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Sunday, 28 May 2017 15:35

INSPIRING CHILDREN THRU FISHING

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Of all the striped bass derby’s and catfish contests that the Hudson River Fisherman’s Association an I have been involved in, none had the dramatic influence on kids and adults that the April 15th, 2017 catfish derby Had on so many children and adults that this one did.

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Saturday, 27 May 2017 15:31

Black Creek??? Where’s Black Creek???

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As a life-long resident of the mid-Hudson Valley, I’ve spent a lot of time Boating on the Hudson (and Beyond...), hiking, biking, canoeing, skiing, cross-country skiing, working, tourguiding,
wine-tasting; you get the picture.

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Friday, 26 May 2017 15:27

Uber is almost here.....

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New York State government has approved Uber throughout the state!

Uber is making fast strides in providing services from various waterfront locations to Fill boaters requests. The above is a screen shot example of one of the earliest Uber estimates from Pearl River Hilton to Haverstraw Marina.

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Thursday, 25 May 2017 15:22

SOLAR SAL 44

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HUDSON RIVER MARITIME MUSEUM’S RIVERPORT WOODEN BOAT SCHOOL ANNOUNCES CONSTRUCTION of “SOLAR SAL 44”

Sustainable Energy Systems, Inc. and Gerr Marine Team with Museum to Design and Construct Zero-Fuel, One Hundred Percent, Solar-Electric Passenger Tour Boat.

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Wednesday, 24 May 2017 15:12

LARGEMOUTH BASS

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The Largemouth Bass....quite possibly the most popular freshwater gamefish in the country, even the world. I know the trout guys will argue this, but hey, you can go to almost any farm pond, lake, creek, reservoir, or river in the Hudson Valley and catch Largemouth Bass.

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Tuesday, 23 May 2017 15:08

GET YOUR “GRASSROOTS” DEGREE!

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It used to be that many a child would go to their grandparents when they were old enough to walk to get a basic understanding of what life is all about! That included fishing, hunting, trapping, and how to operate a boat. These children were perfectly capable of handling the boat and going fishing by the time they were twelve years old.

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