Hudson River
Fishermen’s Association
August 10th
Meeting starts at 7:30 PM

Ridgefield Park Elks Lodge
21 Cedar St
Ridgefield Park, NJ
Don’t forget all members are eligible for the HRFA free dollars at the end of the meeting. We remember one fellow getting up and leaving during the meeting only to have his name picked for the HRFA free $ at the end of the meeting. The pot is now at a cool $50.00.
TITLE: Get Your Catfish On!
Get 'er done!
Guest Speakers: Mssrs. Scott Havner and Jeff Christie.
Summary: Mr. Havner, the HRFA Catfish Chaos Derby Organizer, and Mr. Christie, another cat fisherman extraordinaire, will team up to give us the lowdown on fishing for catfish in our river. Don't expect them to burn any of their favorite spots but do come learn the best techniques for fishing using bait and lures from shore and boat. What's that, lures for catfish??!? Yes, indeed.
Pay attention to them and you may win the Catfish Chaos Derby. Just a suggestion.
Click here to register on-line for the August 14th Catfish Chaos Derby with PayPal. Do it NOW. Before you forget. Derby starts at 12:01AM and ends at 3:00PM. Fishing by hook & line only. No noodling allowed!
Derby is open to non-members too!
Bio: The following photos are proof that these guys are qualified to give the talk about Hudson River cat fishing.
All are invited to join the meeting 
& share their fishing stories.
Next General Meeting
7:30 PM August 10th
Guest Speaker
Executive Meeting
1st Tuesday of every month Ridgefield Park Elks at 7:30 pm
21 Cedar St, Ridgefield Park, NJ 07660
HRFA Officers
Aram Setian
Vice President
Joseph Albanese
Frank Wisniewski
John Malool
Membership Secretary
Arnold Ulrich
Board Members
Chairman Youth Anglers
Wayne Geider 
Hooked on the Hudson
Pete Musse
Gil Hawkins
Miguel Sardinas
Fishing Contests
Aram Setian
Scott Havner
Outdoors Shows
Dave Mercer
Janice Soto
Dan Harrison
Director Emeritus
Tony Evangelista
Antony Carbone (2020)
Ivan Garcia (2021)
Marius Bahr (2022) 
Nominating Committee:
John Golon
Gil Hawkins
Aram Setian
Social Media Committee:
Alex Spindelman
Editor River Views:
Joseph Albanese
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The Hudson River Fishermen’s Association is a group of recreational fishermen who make active use of the N.Y. Bight and the surrounding water system and are concerned with the present and future state of these fisheries. Our objectives are to encourage the responsible use of aquatic resources and protection of habitat. We assist where possible in efforts to abate pollution and promote sportfishing and the management of that recreation. We are a IRS recognized nonprofit 501c3 organization . All donations are welcome and maybe tax deductable. 
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From our President
Greetings HRFA Members and Friends,

I hope that as of this writing, we find you all well and safe and enjoying the summer fishing opportunities of the pre-COVID-19 Pandemic.

From our last board meeting, I would like to bring to your attention a few items:

  • The Outdoors/Sportsmen Shows plan to open early next year. We are looking for volunteer(s) to chair these
  • We are planning to initiate Fishing Clinics as part of the Youth Angles Program, to held once or twice per month. Please look for the scheduling for when you can participate.
  • The General Meetings are being held, at the Elks Lodge. The last meeting was well attended, and I am happy to report that also the attendance is getting higher. We are looking forward to seeing you on Tuesday, August 10, 2021.
  • July was a remarkably busy month for us, indicating that HRFA and the fishing activities are normalizing. The Freshwater Bass contest, June-19 to July 17, was conducted, using a new way to record/report the catch and release, using Smart Phone “FishDonkey” App. Alex Spindelman is the initiator and organizer of this event. The winners' report is listed below.
  • The Annual “Catfish Chaos” registration has officially launched, Scott Havner Chair. As always, HRFA volunteers and participation is expected and appreciated. Details on our web page and in this Newsletter.

We are happy to announce that the HRFA awarded two scholarships this year. The Peter Rudolph award went to Blaze Grabowski and the second one went to Olivia Benjamin. Both are avid anglers. Blaze will be attending George Washington University studying International Affairs. Olivia will be attending University at Buffalo studying Psychology.

As for myself, I had the opportunity to fish, fight, and land nice Bluefin Tuna off the New Jersey shore. It was fun and very enjoyable to be in the company of HRFA members, Boris Maltsev, Joe Marchese, Joe Albanese, and Arnie Ulrich on this trip. I also traveled north to hook-up with some nice King Salmon on Lake Ontario.

I am receiving also reports of very successful catches from the HRFA Surf fishermen.
I have been receiving photos of your catches. Please note that these are to be send to Alex Spindelman, to be posted on Instagram.

We are looking forward to continuing with our activities and event. We have scheduled our postponed Annual Awards and fundraising dinner for Sunday, 17 th October 2021. Please consider volunteering and fundraiser donations. As always, we thank you for your help and appreciate your donations.

Capt. Aram Setian
HRFA 2021 President

Fight for the Hudson
In this month's issue of River Views
Help Wanted
Jeff R. Dement
The passing of Jeff Dement has left a void at the Littoral Society. We are still looking to fill his Fish Tagging Program Director job. The job is up on if you want to refer anyone interested.
Tim Dillingham
Executive Director
American Littoral Society
18 Hartshorne Drive
Highlands, NJ 07732

Fish Tagging Program Director

The American Littoral Society has engaged anglers in tagging fish in support of marine science and management for over 50 years. We work in partnership with public resource management agencies, conservation and angler organizations and the...

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Upcoming Events
2021 HRFA Catfish Chaos Derby
August 14, 2021
Derby is open to non-members too!
Adult - $20.00
Youth (Under 16) - $10.00
1.    Fishing in the Hudson River and tributaries only.
2.    Event will be held rain or shine.
3.    Only channel catfish, white catfish, and bullheads will be counted.
4.    Fish can only be caught using a rod and reel.
5.    Fish will be checked in by length.
6.    Fishing from shore and boat allowed.
7.    Fish must be alive at check in. The HRFA promotes catch and release therefore dead fish count at half the length.
8.    One entry per angler. Largest fish checked in counts.
9.    Fishing starts at 12:01am and ends at 3:00pm. You must be at weigh station by 3:15pm.
10. Ties are determined by time of catch. Early fish wins.
11. Check in starts at 8:00am. Fish caught prior to 8:00am send photo of fish to  845-300-1562 for time stamp of catch. You must still check fish in to count.
12. Registration ends at 8:00pm Friday August 13th.
13. Prize structure is subject to change.
14. All New York and New Jersey rules and regulations apply depending on state fished.
15. The Hudson River Fishermen’s Association and all sponsors are released from any and all claims, demands, or causes of action arising out of or resulting from any participation in this derby.
16. All decisions of the derby committee are final.
Derby Sponsors
Lee's Sporting Goods
The HRFA is looking forward to partnering once again with The Hackensack Riverkeeper on two great events they have scheduled for 2021:
  1. Riverfest (the Laurel Hill Fishing Derby in Secaucus) for Saturday, August 28th from 9:00am-Noon
  2. The Reservoir Challenge (the Fishing Derby at Oradell Reservoir) Sunday, September 12th.

If you want to volunteer to give kids a chance to fish
in either of these youth-oriented derbies just call our
Youth Angler Program Chair Wayne Geider at (201) 384-8046.
NJBBA's 27th Annual Children’s Surf Fishing Tournament
September 18, 2021

This event will take place at Island Beach State Park (IBSP). This is a FREE EVENT for kids 16 yrs. old and younger. Registration starts at 7:30 am at the first swimming area, “OBA-1”. The kids will receive an event t-shirt and a grab bag full of goodies after attending 5 Learning stations. “No Prizes Will Be Given Out Before The Awards Ceremony. At 10 am the Fishing starts, any fish caught could be a winner. When the 3-hour fishing period ends, everyone returns to OBA-1 for a FREE lunch. During the lunch period the winning fish entered are calculated by the committee. At 2:30 pm, the Awards Ceremony starts. All winners receive a Rod/Reel Combo, a $25.Gift Card and a trophy. Then the FREE PRIZE GIVEAWAY starts. Each registered child will have a chance to pick the prize of their choice from the 130 prizes available to them. This Giveaway will take an hour or so to complete. Thank you, Ken Hollins #23 Director/Chairman 

If you have any questions please contact Ken at:
Annual Awards Dinner
October 17, 2021
4-8PM at Cornetta's restaurant Piermont, NY. Paul Gallay, retiring President and Hudson Riverkeeper, will receive our Friend of the Hudson River Award. The recipient of the Pete Barrett Award will be announced at the dinner. Mr. Steve Liesman, TV Personality, avid striper fisherman and co-founder of Save a Million Bass has tentatively accepted our invitation to Emcee the event.

2016 ... Capt. Bill Sheehan ..... Exec. Director, Hackensack Riverkeeper
2017 ... John Vargo ................ Publisher, Boating on the Hudson
2018 ... Dennis Kooney .......... Commodore, Croton Yacht Club
2019 ... Bob Walters ............... Director, Yonkers Science Barge
2020 ... Chris Letts ................. Educator, Hudson River Naturalist
Paul Gallay will be honored with the HRFA's Friend of the Hudson River Award for 2021
Steve Liesman will Emcee the HRFA's 2021 Annual Awards Dinner
Past Events
The HRFA Freshwater Bass Derby
The three winners also entered the 3 largest bass: Alex Spindelman (19.5"), Austin Havner (19.25") and Scott Havner (19.0").
The month-long Derby concluded on July 17th. It was the club's first ever serious freshwater bass Derby. It was also the first time the HRFA used a computer app to manage a Derby. Thus the event was only available for those members with a mobile phone to register, take photos and enter each catch. Nonetheless, it was a success with cash prizes paid out to the winners and income raised for the club.

The contest was setup by its organizer to tabulate the 5 largest bass from each angler. The three anglers with the largest total inches for their 5-fish stringer won.
First Place
Second Place
Third Place
July General Meeting
Dennis Kuntz entertained and educated us on the history of fishing reels and their proper routine maintenance and repair. Dennis also brought in a few of his refurbished reels for sale and great prices. Several members brought in reels for him to work on and they are now ready for pickup at the August meeting.

Dennis normally charges $20 + parts for his work. However, he requests that a donation to the HRFA be made in lieu of payment too him for his services. Give what you can.
Mr. Dennis Kuntz
Dennis Kuntz with HRFA President Capt. Aram H. Setian
 Carl's Corner
Carl Bruger has been a writer for this newsletter educating and entertaining us who read River Views for a long time. Here is his latest gem.
By Carl Bruger

“Keep your eyes peeled” was a phrase my Dad told me whenever he wanted me to pay very close attention to what was going on around me. He got the odd wording from World War II during the German
surprise attack in the Battle of the Bulge when he and thousands of other trapped GIs had to watch alertly in the freezing snow from their foxholes for the imminent Nazi attacks.

For me it was just an alert to focus clearly on my surroundings. If there is one prime time I apply this principle it’s when I scour areas that I’m cleaning up that might also contain fishing items of interest. For well over half a century this angler has done every type of
fishing a human being could imagine in many places all over the world. Part of my joy in this adventure has been experiencing the beauty of the environment that encompassed each setting. That has additionally meant picking up the trash that other thoughtless folks have left behind to pollute the picture. But there was always the bonus of finding lost fishing gear from plugs and bobbers to hooks and sinkers that were perfectly serviceable with a little WD40 or other touch-ups.

Not surprisingly there are four major items I especially make it a point to pluck from the
undergrowth: bottles, cans, Styrofoam items, and fishing line. The latter are a lethal strangling potential for every type of wildlife that can get looped into a tangled snare
to die an awful death. Countless birds have had fatal encounters and lines in the waters ghost nets kill countless fish as well! Even whales have had their flukes tangled in lines. Make it a policy to put any loose line you see in your pocket. A common bonus is finding a
hook, sinker, swivel, fly, etc in the middle of an ugly tangle in the brush. The cans and bottles can be recycled and the horrible Styrofoam just needs to stay out of the ecosystem or it will remain almost forever before degrading.

I only come in a poor second to Marius Behr when it comes to finding lures over the years. He is the HRFA master at finding lures, spinners, flies, and all sorts of gear on his forays into the local sweet water streams and lakes of New York. He might have a few other spots to look as well.
These 5 finds all came off the front lawn, I mean beach, of my Lake Ontario home during spring cleanup.
Joe Albanese had his eyes peeled and picked up these 2 items along the shoreline of Lake Sebago during the Kiddie Rod Challenge. Not sure what Marius Behr found, if anything. :)
Here are the DIRTY DOZEN where I have retrieved detritus of all sorts and also found angling treasures:

  1. Tree branches- Pull out plastic bags and also pull down bobbers, lures, spinners, etc. hanging from lines.
  2. Power lines- Exact story as above, but the danger of electrocution demands caution if you attempt to retrieve any gear or cut down line to save birds.
  3. Low tide jetty rocks- Bait containers coffee cups, beer cans, also sinkers, tog jigs and striper poppers.
  4. Shoreline shrubs- Line “nests”, Styrofoam etc, lures at the roots terminal tackle mixed in the line.
  5. Beach high tide detritus- Floating Styrofoam, coffee cups, floating lost surf lures mixed in seaweed.
  6. Lilly Pads- Sadly seem to go with beer bottles and beer cans floating amongst them. Also find busted off popping bugs and lures caught in tough stems.
  7. Tree logs and roots- Maybe an old bottle or can to retrieve but great for holding hooks of every lure made! On a windless sunny day in clear water you can collect a tackle box full on a shallow stump filled lake!
  8. Parking Lots- Slobs leave real messes here but also spill their tackle boxes!
  9. Low tide dock pilings- not much to clean up except maybe a line or two but jigs and sinkers are often lodged here.
  10. Boat Launch areas- See#8, same applies.
  11. After storm “wash-ups” - Everything under the sun may be picked up if you choose.
  12. Open water- Floating garbage can be netted and disposed of back at the shore. Lures found in the floating junk are a ‘reel” bonus. Fishing under a large cardboard or pallet pile might also yield a catch of Mahi mahi if you are really lucky!

So, when you trek around fishing streams lakes or ponds, beaches jetties, or piers, “keep your eyes peeled” for any number of bonus finds among the flotsam and jetsam that litterbugs have deposited not in the proper receptacle or backpacked out with them. I just
know that you will be rewarded for your diligence. I even bet you will catch a big fish on one of the lures that you find!
A thank you from Monmouth University
If you competed in the Fred Rung Memorial Striped Bass Derby and entered the Calcutta then you know that some of that money went to support the HRFA and scientific study of stripers being conducted by The Fisherman magazine, Gray FishTag Research and Prof. Tiedemann at Monmouth University. Here is a thank you note from the University's School of Science. It's always nice when someone makes time to acknowledge a contribution.
From the Internet
Be sure to check out the H.R.F.A. Events Calendar below for this month's member birthday notices, holidays and events.
Hoboken Man Films 3 Whales Off Jersey Shore

HOBOKEN, NJ - Hoboken insurance agent Roger Muller, a longtime fisherman, was excited to see three whales swimming just off the Jersey shore last month, and posted video recently. Muller said he saw the mammals near the northern part of the...

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Invasive Round Goby Caught in Hudson River

DEC Marine Fisheries captured four round gobies at two locations in the Hudson River approximately 12 and 25 miles downstream of the Troy dam during routine fish sampling on July 13 and 14 marking the first documented occurrence of this invasive...

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That's Entertainment!
Noodling for Catfish
From our Membership Chair
HRFA Members stuff
Let's welcome our newest member.
Ashley Matlow, Larchmont, New York // Fight For The Hudson
HRFA Membership free dollars is at $50.00 . All you have to do is show up at the next General Meeting August 10th and you can win $50 of HRFA Free money.. 
Arnie Ulrich Membership Chair
HRFA Membership Information
The grace period is over for HRFA annual dues. Thank You to those members that have already paid the 2021 HRFA dues. For the rest of us ,please scroll down to the membership application below and renew on line or print out the membership form and mail it in. Any questions please email me or call me @ 201 304 4691.

For those people who join(ed) the HRFA in October (or later) of a given year, their new or renewal membership also is covered for the following new year. There is also a generous grace period for those who are unable to update their membership in January, however paying your dues late puts a strain on the records maintenance and consequently the ability of the executive board’s planning of activities and events.

If you have any questions, suggestions, or want to help (time, skills, or financially) on any particular club projects or events, feel free to email me, Arnie Ulrich ( or call me at 1-201-304-4691.
Fishing Licenses and Saltwater Registry for NJ & NY, Hudson River Regulations, etc.

Click on the buttons below for the:
NOTE: To order your NY State Fishing License by phone call 866-933-2257
NOTE: To get the New York Saltwater Registry you must first register for a free Citizen Access account, then log in and Buy Sporting License(s) (the Saltwater license is free)
HRFA Photo Gallery
Have a photograph and/or fishing story you would like to share with the club? If so, we'd love to hear from you. After all, no one wants to see the same members over and over again. Email it to and we will do our very best to squeeze it into an upcoming issue of River Views.
Name that Fish Contest
At this time we do not know the name of either the PIP employee or the fish in the photo emailed to Gil Hawkins by Christine Fehre. However, we have positively identified the fish as a tarpon. Details of its journey into the Hudson River remain an unsolved mystery. However, detectives like Tom Lake are on the case.

If you have a photo of an unidentified, unusual or invasive fish species found anywhere in the Hudson River try emailing them to Tom Lake (
Name that tarpon. Email your proposed name to Best entry wins $25. Judges' decision (HRFA Board Members) is final.
On page 87 of their seminal book Fishes of the Gulf of Maine Bigelow & Schroeder, of the US Fish & Wildlife Service, gave the tarpons' general range as: "Tropical and subtropical coasts of America, from Brazil to Long Island . . . " At the time of the book's publication in 1953 there was only one record of a tarpon found in the Gulf of Maine. That specimen was 5 1/2 feet long and it reached there as ". . . an accidental straggler from the south."
DATE: Thu, Jul 22, 2:58 PM
TO:,, me

Hi Christina,

Hope you are well..

Joe Albanese told me about the fish in this photo. It may be a species that has never been reported in the Hudson River. We would very much appreciate some details, if you can provide them.

- Can you tell me where the photo was taken?
Who found it and when (date)?
- Was it floating in the water, or ...
- Did you (PIPC) measure the fish?
- Any forensics on the fish to determine cause of death?
- Was the fish left there as is? 
- We would have loved some scales. If the fish is still there, maybe someone could retrieve a handful? 

Any details you can provide would be very much appreciated.


Tom Lake
New York State Department of Environmental Conservation
Estuary Naturalist, Region 3, Hudson River Estuary Program
21 South Putt Corners Road New Paltz NY 12561—1696
Joe Albanese
Pete Musse
Pete Musse, Eric Levy and Joe Albanese
Roger J. Muller Jr. getting it done!
Meanwhile, up at "The Ditch"
Sandy Federico
Noah Sardinas
Michael Sardinas
How we spent our summer vacation
Look who out-fished her husband (again). This time with a 19" keeper and more throwbacks too
2nd Place Finisher
Husband & wife quality time. Fishing, clamming and eating!
From Fish to Dish
Pete Musse
Debone a fluke and stuff it
We've been doing a lot of fluke fishing lately. I'm sure we are not alone. Here's a video on a cool way to debone a flounder/fluke or whatever flatfish you have. Dover sole perhaps? It looks like a lot of work but maybe worth the effort for a special presentation. Then there's a nice recipe for the stuffing to go inside. Enjoy!
Get Restaurant Quality Crab Stuffed Flounder Right at Home!

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HRFA Calendar
Calendar | Hudson River Fishermen's Association

Our calendar system is currently being developed. Please check out the most recent River Views newsletter for for our upcoming events.

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The HRFA Surf Fishing Team is now forming to compete in the Fall 2021 ASAC tournaments.

To get in on the fun, learn from experienced surf anglers and compete for valuable prizes contact Joe Albanese or Pete Musse
  • Sept. 11 "58th Annual H.W. Shaner Tournament by the Association of Surf Angling Clubs" Avalon, NJ. Lynda Greaves 310 Perry Rd. Petersburg, NJ 08270 609-214-0939
  • Sept. 18 Open
  • Sept. 25 "The 74th Annual Long Beach Island Fishing Club Tournament" Harvey Cedars, NJ Frank D’Ambrosio 1 Fairhill Ct. Marlton, NJ 08053 856-839-1550
  • Oct. 2 "The 66th Annual Pennsauken Surf Fishing Club Tournament" North Wildwood, NJ Dan Ladik 122 Lenape Rd. Cherry Hill, NJ 08002 856-261-4521
  • Oct. 9 "The 36th Annual Women's Surf Fishing Club of NJ Tournament" Brigantine, NJ Reggi Vasta 13058 Townsend Rd. Phila., PA 19154 215-901-2474
  • Oct. 16 "4th Annual Merchantville Fishing Club Surf Fishing Tournament" Long Beach Island, NJ Gene Aikens 30 Merion Lane Maple Shade, NJ 08052 609-440-6994
  • Oct. 23 "The 52rd Annual Ocean City Fishing Club Surf Fishing Tournament" Ocean City, NJ Ed Parkinson PO Box 1215 Ocean City, NJ 08226 215-680-6652
  • Oct. 30 "The 3rd Annual American Angler Surf Fishing Tournament" Long Beach Island, NJ Carl Hartmann 31 Colonial Pky. Dumont, NJ 07628 201-481-4390
HRFA Youth Angler Program
Youth Angler Program
By Wayne Geider
Want to volunteer?
Just call Youth Angler Program Chair Wayne Geider at
(201) 384-8046.
H.R.F.A. Merchandise

Newly redesigned HRFA baseball caps are now available. Pick one up at the next monthly meeting. Or, click on the photo to order yours today. Wear it proudly!

Other apparel with our logo are also available. Like this handsomely designed and practical UPF shirt. Wear it proudly when fishing and save a little on the sunscreen too. For members only. Ask Ivan Garcia for one. 
Front & Sleeve
The Pride of the HRFA
Project to Save our Historical Heritage
Due to the restrictions imposed on our lives by the CV19 pandemic our plans are on hold. We hope and pray that in the Spring of 2021 volunteers may start working to refurbish Riverkeeper to her former days of glory when she was the world's first and only riverkeeper vessel. To offer your time and talents contact Dan Harrison at
2021 Fishing Contest Leader Boards
(only listing 1st, 2nd & 3rd place)
The HRFA hosts an annual fishing contest which runs from January through December and is open to all HRFA members. You have 30 days from the day you catch a fish to send in your entries. So, the deadline for submissions is January. As a member of the HRFA you and your immediate family are eligible to enter fish in any of our categories. Various divisions are available for prizes presented at our Annual Awards Dinner in March of the following year. Website updated daily. River Views newsletter updates below are done around the first the month. * indicates a new club record.
Fishing Contest Leaderboard as of May 30, 2021
Saltwater Species
Striped Bass Released
Caught From Boat
(leaders determined by length)
50" Joe Marchese
Striped Bass Kept
Caught From Boat
(leaders determined by weight)
Striped Bass Released
Caught From Shoreline
(leaders determined by length)
34" Carl Hartmann
Striped Bass Kept
Caught From Shoreline
(leaders determined by weight)
9 Lbs. 10 oz. Howard Pawson
3lbs. 12oz. Alex Spindelman
3 Lbs. 6.4 oz. Pete Musse
Black Sea Bass
Scup (Porgy)
Open Category 
Salt Water
Black Sea Ray: 45" Carl Hartmann
Freshwater Species
4.4 Lbs. Alex Spindelman
13lbs. Bill Greene
Trout  - Local
3lbs. Christian Hoops
Trout - Great Lakes
10lbs. Aram Setian
Smallmouth Bass
4 Lbs. 15oz. Scott Havner

Largemouth Bass
5.0 Lbs. Aram Setian
Striped Bass from Shoreline Kept: 25” Noah Sardinas; Bluefish: 6 Lbs. 9 oz Noah Sardinas
Open Category 
Fresh Water
Bowfin: 7Lbs. 8 oz. Scott Havner
Partial list of Friends & Supporters of the HRFA
(Click on any image below to visit their website.)