Posted on January 14, 2022 Raritan Bay striper poaching problem was a disgrace A posting yesterday on njfishing. An officer from the N. J. Division of Fish and Wildlife Bureau of Law Enforcement noted at the recent Marine Fisheries Council meeting that over 200 summonses were issued in just one month last fall for over-limit stripers.
Posted on January 12, 2022 Calm day ahead There s been lots of wind this winter, but anglers should be treated to a fine day tomorrow. The marine weather forecast is for southwest winds a mere 5 knots Blackfish have been biting in 70-foot depths off the northern N. J. Shore, and striped bass may show up at any time while chasing herring in the surf.
Posted on January 10, 2022 Snook moving north South Carolina may not seem very far north, but it certainly is when it comes to snook. That tropical game fish is rarely found anywhere north of Florida, so Chuck Many was shocked when he was casting for redfish in the salt ponds at Hilton Head and caught snook especially in the middle of the winter.
Posted on January 8, 2022 Stripers in Ocean County surf. Few surfcasters are left along the Jersey Shore, but Jerry Lasko and Maren Toleno each released 10 stripers this morning in their local Ocean County surf.
Posted on January 7, 2022 Saltwater TV fishing shows back on the air Winter may not be prime fishing time in most areas, but it s perfect for watching fresh episodes of fishing shows. George Poveromo has his World of Saltwater back on Discovery Channel, and Nick Honachefsky is back with his saltwater Underground on the Sportsman Channel.
Posted on January 6, 2022 Hudson River striper spawning stock appears to be in good shape The fall striped bass run concluded with an abundance of bass covered with sea lice from the ocean. hose stripers pushed far back in Raritan Bay, and many ended up moving far upstream in Raritan River.
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