Fishing in Peekskill


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  • The Sedgewood Club
    In 1927, The Sedgewood Club was established as a sanctuary where Manhattanites could escape from the rushing grind of the city. The club's spot between two large ponds?named China and Barrett?and amid 1,200 acres of protected woodlands provided a quiet respite for its visitors, who came to enjoy diversions such as golf, tennis, and enjoying time away from the city's hourly air-raid sirens. Today, visitors cross into this enchanted expanse via a rustic wooden bridge. On the other side await a 9-hole golf course, red clay tennis courts, and a beach for sunbathing and swimming along China Pond. The club's timber boathouse rests beside the pond as well, where it hosts programs such as jazz performances and yoga.
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    810 Golf Ridge Rd
    Carmel, NY US
  • Streams of Dreams
    A father-son operation helmed by Harry and Jon Huff, Streams of Dreams equips anglers with the necessary gear and knowhow for tracking down finned foes. The shop carries the industry's latest rods, reels, lines, and more. To put that equipment to the test, the Huffs offer personalized lessons that focus on vital skills, such as fly-tying and fly-casting. They also organize trips to exotic locations, including bonefishing adventures around Andros Island in the Bahamas.
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    324 Rte. 17 N
    Upper Saddle River, NJ US
  • Hoox It Charters
    If Captains Bill Griswold and Bobby Tambascio didn't have Hoox It Charters, they'd still be out on the water trying to hook the big one. Fortunately for fishermen and hungry grizzly bears, the duo does have a spiffy 46-foot Super Sport yacht for chartering fishing trips. They can search for striped bass, bluefish, and fluke inshore, or venture to the Atlantic for shark, marlin, and swordfish.
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    120 Cummings Point Rd
    Stamford, CT US
  • Sound Bound Fishing Charters
    When it comes to being a sea captain, practically nothing can beat hands-on experience. And Captain Brendan Lorino has the benefit of more than 15 years of it, steering boats and reeling in catches off the Long Island Sound and throughout the Atlantic. Aboard his craft, the 32-foot, custom-designed Sound Bound, groups of up to six can join him on fishing charters that head toward spots where they cast lines for striped bass, flounder, fluke, porgies, bluefish and the elusive Old Brown Boot. Full-day and night trips are also available, and all trips include bait, tackle, rods, and reels, as well as fish cleaning, ice, and packing. Sound Bound Fishing Charters also runs an open boat to the general public that's available by reservation only.
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    94 Hudson Park Road
    New Rochelle, NY US
  • Western Sound Charters
    Helmed by United States Coast Guard captains, Western Sound Charter’s premium boats can just as easily jaunt through Long Island Sound to the Statue of Liberty as they can wend their way along fishing routes replete with striped bass. The fleet encompasses six boat styles, which range from a 25-foot hardtop to a child-safe sightseeing and fishing vessel, whose floodlights can illuminate night expeditions and easily stand up to the bullying of pompous lighthouses. The company can accommodate parties of up to 100, and an advanced pairing service matches each client to an activity-appropriate boat.
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    75 Hudson Park Road
    New Rochelle, NY US
  • Island Current Fleet
    Each vessel in Island Current’s four-boat fleet ferries 21–110 passengers across the fish-filled waters of Long Island Sound and Snug Harbor. Fishing charters reel in catches such as blackfish, ling, and cod, and sightseeing tours fill eyes with up-close views of the Statue of Liberty, historic lighthouses, and other landmarks. After each schooner sets sail from City Island at Jack’s Bait & Tackle, fleet owner Captain Chris comes on deck to share his angling expertise and introduce first-time fishermen to knowledgeable local mermaids.
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    551 City Island Ave.
    Bronx, NY US