Do You Fish For Striped Bass? Join the Cooperative Angler Program

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Cooperative Angler Program

Striped bass fisher on the Hudson RiverDo you fish for striped bass in the Hudson River? Whether you catch-and-release or take home a keeper, you can be part of the Cooperative Angler Program. Share your fishing trip information and help biologists understand and manage our striped bass fishery.

Here's how it works:

  • Fill out a logbook provided by us whenever you fish on the Hudson River (by boat or on the shore).
  • Record general location, time, gear used, what you caught (or if you didn't catch anything).
  • Return the logbook when you are done fishing.

You'll receive an annual newsletter summarizing the information in addition to the latest news regarding regulations and the river. Join today!

For more information call 845-256-3009 or email