If You Fish in the Hudson River, Heed the Health Advice
Fishing is fun and fish are in important part of a healthy diet. Fish contain high quality protein, essential nutrients, healthy fish oils, and are low in saturated fat. However, some fish from the Hudson River south of the Corinth dam contain chemicals at levels that may be harmful to your health.
The NYS Dept. of Health offers advice about eating fish
you catch in the Hudson River. Here’s a link to their website including all
their publications: https://www.health.ny.gov/environmental/outdoors/fish/hudson_river/
Check out this brochure for advice regarding eating
fish caught north of the Corinth dam to the South Glens Falls dam- Northern
Hudson River: Health Advice on Eating Fish You Catch in Saratoga, Warren and
Check out this brochure for advice regarding the whole river south of the South Glens Falls dam - Hudson River: Health Advice on Eating Fish You Catch.
If you eat the fish you catch, follow these Tips for Healthier Eating to reduce exposure to chemicals.
Last updated April 25, 2018