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Kenney: Turn up the bass on fishing season

The striped bass bite is on again in the Hudson River above the George Washington Bridge. That word comes from anglers near Croton and the Newburgh-Beacon Bridge area. It is welcome news, too, since fishing had slowed due to recent ...

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Kenney: Anglers revel in the cold weather

On April 1, two popular New York fisheries officially opened. For saltwater aficionados there was winter flounder, and trout for freshwater fans. Note that the state’s special striped bass early season opened on March 16 for Hudson River anglers above ...

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Kenney: It’s no fluke, weather is good for great fishing

With all this excitement about the odds on Saturday’s Belmont race, it’s fitting to point out that fishing is rather a bettor’s game, too. Indeed, John DeCuffa at Jack’s Bait and Tackle on City Island bets that by next week ...

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Kenney: Waters hold promise on holiday weekend

Hey, it’s Memorial Day weekend and it’s supposed to feel like summer. Well, water temps are still about five degrees lower than usual. That affects fish movements, kind of like how air temps affect humans. But at least our local ...

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Kenney: Waters hold promise on holiday weekend

Hey, it’s Memorial Day weekend and it’s supposed to feel like summer. Well, water temps are still about five degrees lower than usual. That affects fish movements, kind of like how air temps affect humans. But at least our local ...

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Kenney: Anglers singing midnight blues

A blitz of blues has stoked the spirits of Sheepshead Bay boat captains, many of whom had been discouraged not only by the weather but also by the scarcity of this season’s winter flounder. Our local fleet has been catching ...

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