Fishing Monitor Duties & Responsibilities
In exchange for fishing privileges at Columbia Land Conservancy (CLC) owned Public Conservation Areas, the monitors’ responsibilities will include:
1. Helping CLC to keep the site clean and free of litter; especially bait cans, old line, and other fishing related garbage. CLC will provide you with trash bags if you need them.
2. Periodically assessing and spot checking who is fishing at the conservation area and accounting for any illegal or questionable activity. This would include fishing without a permit, failure to park in designated area, failure to carry a valid permit or fishing license, or anything else other than what is specified on the permit issued by Columbia Land Conservancy.
**Monitors do not have the authority to ask visitors to leave a site or to confront them, other than to provide info about the fishing permit program as a CLC ambassador. We ask that you observe and report, leave any policing to CLC and the local authorities.
Environmental Conservation Officers:
Officer Cox- 518.794.8935
Officer Davy- 518.414.6083
3. Reporting any troublesome activities to CLC. Reports should be left with Doug Brown 518.392.5252 or
4. Assuring that the property is adequately posted with Fishing by Permit Only signs and NYS Fishing regulations at parking area kiosks and other spots throughout the property. The Conservancy has additional signs if you need them.
All monitors should carry their valid New York State fishing license and CLC permit.
Please sign the form below, if you agree to the terms, email a photo of your NYS Fishing License to
, and submit. Once received we will mail you your CLC Fishing Permit.
Public Conservation Areas where fishing is permitted include – High Falls, Hand Hollow, Schor, Siegel-Kline Kill, and Ooms.
**Children under the age of 16 do not require a permit**
$5 for CLC Fishing Permit
$25 for CLC Membership and Fishing Permit
If you are an existing CLC Member, your Fishing Permit is including in your membership. Please submit only the completed form below.
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