Mid-Hudson River Topo Map

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New York’s largest river, the 315-mile-long Hudson falls from Lake Tear of the Clouds, high on Mount Marcy in the Adirondacks. Gathering strength from the numerous tributaries it picks up while storming through the mountains, it earns its title as New York’s greatest river at Cohoes where it is joined by the Mohawk River. The section below deals with the big water described by New York’s senior aquatic biologist Mike Flaherty as the “perennially freshwater portion of the tidal river.” Stretching for roughly 95 miles, from the Troy Dam to Newburgh, the tidal swing in this section averages 4 feet per day. Key species: Striped bass, American shad, largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, and walleye.
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Hudson, New York

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