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New York State Fish Advice

  • New York State fish brochure thumbnailHealth Advice on Eating Sportfish and Game (PDF, 8MB)

    Comprehensive guide for all health advice on eating fish caught from New York State waters. Advice is organized by region and by waterbody for all fresh and marine waters with advisories. It provides advice for women over age 50 and men, and special advice for women of childbearing age (under age 50) and children (under age 15).

Regional Fish Advice

  • Adirondack brochure thumbnailAdirondack Region: Health Advice on Eating Fish You Catch is available in Portable Document Format (PDF, 2.7MB)

    This brochure provides health advice on eating fish caught from Adirondack Region waters. It provides advice for women over age 50 and men, and special advice for women of childbearing age (under age 50) and children (under age 15). It includes a map showing all Adirondack waterbodies with health advisories.

  • Catskill brochure thumbnailCatskill Region: Health Advice on Eating Fish You Catch is available in Portable Document Format (PDF, 1.8MB)

    This brochure provides health advice on eating fish caught from Catskill Region waters. It provides advice for women over age 50 and men, and special advice for women of childbearing age (under age 50) and children (under age 15). It includes a map showing all Catskill waterbodies with health advisories.

  • Finger Lakes brochure thumbnailFinger Lakes Region: Health Advice on Eating Fish You Catch is available in Portable Document Format (PDF, 2MB)

    This brochure provides health advice on eating fish caught from Finger Lakes Region waters. It provides advice for women over age 50 and men, and special advice for women of childbearing age (under age 50) and children (under age 15). It includes a map showing all Finger Lakes waterbodies with health advisories.

  • New York City brochureNew York City Area: Health Advice on Eating Fish You Catch is available in Portable Document Format (PDF, 2.2MB)

    This brochure provides health advice on eating fish caught from New York City Area waters. It provides advice for women over age 50 and men, and special advice for women of childbearing age (under age 50) and children (under age 15). It includes a map showing all New York City area fresh and marine waters with health advisories.

    Also available in Spanish (PDF, 2.8MB), Chinese (PDF, 2.3MB), and Polish (PDF, 2.2MB).

  • Downstate brochureDownstate: Health Advisories on Eating Sportfish New York City Area, Rockland and Westchester and Long Island, including Marine Waters is available in Portable Document Format (PDF, 441KB)

    This booklet provides health advice on eating fish caught from New York City Area, Rockland, Westchester Counties and Long Island waters. It provides advice for women over age 50 and men, and special advice for women of childbearing age (under age 50) and children (under age 15). It includes a map showing all fresh and marine waters with health advisories.

    Also available in Spanish (PDF, 346KB)

  • Hudson River brochureHudson River: Health Advice on Eating Fish You Catch (PDF, 692KB)

    This brochure provides health advice on eating fish caught from the Hudson River. It provides advice for women over age 50 and men, and special advice for women of childbearing age (under age 50) and children (under age 15). It includes a map showing all areas of the Hudson River with health advisories.

    Also available in Spanish (PDF, 1MB)

  • Northern Hudson River brochureNorthern Hudson River: Health Advice on Eating Fish You Catch in Saratoga, Warren and Washington Counties (PDF, 566KB)

    This brochure provides health advice on eating fish caught from the Northern Hudson River. It provides advice for women over age 50 and men, and special advice for women of childbearing age (under age 50) and children (under age 15). It includes a map showing health advisories.

  • St. Lawrence Valley Region brochureSt. Lawrence Valley Region: Health Advice on Eating Fish You Catch (PDF, 2.7MB)

    This brochure provides health advice on eating fish caught from the St. Lawrence Valley waters. It provides advice for women over age 50 and men, and special advice for women of childbearing age (under age 50) and children (under age 15). It includes a map showing health advisories.

  • Western brochureWestern Region: Health Advice on Eating Fish You Catch (PDF, 962KB)

    This brochure provides health advice on eating fish caught from waters in seven counties of western New York State. It provides advice for women over age 50 and men, and special advice for women of childbearing age (under age 50) and children (under age 15). It includes a map showing all waters with health advisories.

    Also available in Spanish (PDF, 1.1MB)

  • Blue Crab GuideNew York State Blue Crab Cooking & Eating Guide (PDF, 1.2MB)

    Blue crabs are one of the most popular creatures caught in the Hudson River and in New York City waters. Because of industrial contamination, fish and crabs from these waters can contain chemicals at levels that may be harmful to your health. This booklet shows how to cook and prepare a crab to help reduce levels of chemicals in a crab meal.

Hudson River Fish Advice

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