All posts tagged "Fishing"
Boating & Fishing/ 5 months ago
Proposed Federal Rule Would Limit Boat Speeds to 11mph Off N.J. for Vessels 35-65ft
A furor among boaters up and down the east coast erupted Thursday as more than 70 representatives of the marine industry,...
Boating & Fishing/ 2 years ago
Circle Hooks Now Required in NJ for Catch-and-Release Striped Bass Fishing
When the calendar changed to 2021 last week, so did an important – but little reported – rule on striped bass...
Boating & Fishing/ 5 years ago
Coast Guard Enforcing 3-Mile Limit on Striped Bass Fishing
The Coast Guard sent a post-holiday-weekend reminder to anglers on Monday: don’t fish for striped bass beyond the three-mile mark in...
Fishing Friday: The Fluke Go to Those Who Wait
Fishing Report Sponsored by: It’s not that this is a bad fluking season, it’s just that fewer people are catching bigger...
Watch: Crews Build New Artificial Reef off Point Pleasant
Under hot, hazy summer skies Thursday, the Jersey Shore’s newest fishing destination was born. Piece by piece, crews from Reicon Group,...
Fishing Advocates Rally Against Regulation That Could ‘Cripple’ Fluke Fishing
Elected officials and recreational fishermen rallied in Point Pleasant Beach Friday, opposing federal recommendations to cut the summer flounder quota to...
Fishing Friday: The Craziest Striped Bass Photo You’ll See This Season
Keeper striped bass moved into the area this week in larger numbers than previously seen this spring, and nowhere else was...
Governor’s Surf Fishing Tournament Set for This Weekend at Island Beach State Park
One of the state’s most anticipated fishing events of the year is set for this weekend at Island Beach State Park....
State to Add Concrete to Two Local N.J. Artificial Reefs
Concrete rubble will be added to the Axel Carlson and Sea Girt artificial reefs in May, officials with the state Division...
Bite Begins: Stripers Showed Up in Ocean, Barnegat Bay Over the Weekend
Hungry striped bass and feisty blues kept anglers entertained all weekend long as the spring run began to push into full...