DEC is seeking participants to join the Striped Bass Cooperative Angler (SBCA) Program to help biologists understand and maintain a healthy striped bass population. Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission (ASMFC) requires New York State to provide catch information from its recreational fishery to manage this species. Volunteer anglers play a crucial role in helping DEC satisfy this requirement, and all anglers who fish for striped bass are invited to participate.
Anglers who fish for striped bass north of the George Washington Bridge in the tidal Hudson River should email email@example.com or visit DEC’s Hudson River Striped Bass to learn more about the Hudson River Cooperative Anglers Program. In the tidal Hudson River, the recreational slot limit is 18 to 28 inches (not less than 18 inches nor greater than 28 inches) and the season is open April 1 through November 30.
Anglers who fish for striped bass in New York’s marine waters south of the George Washington Bridge should contact the Diadromous Fish Unit at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit DEC’s Striped Bass Cooperative Anglers. In marine waters, the recreational slot limit is 28 to 35 inches (not less than 28 inches nor greater than 35 inches) and the season is open April 15 through December 15.