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New York Marine Habitat Protection
New York's marine habitats support a diverse array of fish, wildlife, and plant species. These productive areas include tidal wetlands, submerged aquatic vegetation like eelgrass, estuaries and open waters,mud and sandflats, and natural and artificial reefs.
New York Marine Resources, Saltwater Fishing Regulations
Seasons, size, and possession limits for saltwater fishing in New York State.
New York Public Fishing Rights and the Landowner
Since 1935, the Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) has worked with private landowners to ensure access to these prime fishing waters.
New York Public Recreation Access
Finding your way to the saltwater for fishing and other water-dependent activities.
New York Region 7 Weekly Fishing Report
A weekly report on fishing conditions on popular waters in central New York, including the Finger Lakes, Lake Ontario, Salmon River, and Oneida Lake
New York Region 8 -- The Fishing Line
Weekly fishing report updates from bait and tackle dealers.
New York Spring 2000 Trout Stocking Targets by County
New York Spring 2000 Trout Stocking Targets by County - find out where the fish are here.
New York State Becoming an Outdoors-Woman
This nationwide program provides women with information, encouragement and hands-on instruction in outdoor skills, such as fishing, rifle, shotgun, archery, deer and turkey hunting,
New York State Boat Launching Sites (waters beginning A-G)
New York State owns and maintains over 325 access sites across the state. These sites enable the public to reach and use the state's tremendous water resources
New York State Department of Environmental Conservation - Home
Protecting New York State's environment and managing natural resources - Homepage for the New York DEC
New York State's Fish Hatcheries
DEC hatcheries produce fish for stocking into more than 1,200 public waters across the state.
Public Acces to fishing and Boating in New York State
Maps for Public Fishing Rights and Fisherman Parking Areas on selected waters in DEC Region 5.
Report on Reopening a Hudson River Striped Bass Commercial Fishery
In May 1999 Governor George Pataki charged the Hudson River Estuary Management Advisory Committee to recommend whether the Hudson River striped bass commercial fishery should be reopened and under what conditions.
Download PDF File: Recommendations Regarding Reopening a