14 August 2013

• Fishing Report: New York City Area

“Fishing in New York may conjure up images of pulling up an old shoe off a pier, but the city has more than 500 miles of shoreline and has made major strides in improving its waterways.

”Although fish found in the freshwaters of New York Harbor or the East River aren't usually safe to eat, saltwater fishing is available just a few miles off the shore of Manhattan, and the Hudson attracts migratory fish that are safe to consume.”

Read the full article at this link: CrainsNewYork.com

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