Governor Phil Murphy Lt. Governor Sheila Oliver NJ Home Services A to Z Departments Agencies FAQs SearchAll of NJThis Site DEP Home About DEP Index by Topic Programs Units DEP Online Select LanguageV Translator Disclaimers FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEFebruary 20, 2018 Contact Lawrence Hajna (609) 984-1795 Caryn Shinske (609) 984-1795 NEW JERSEY AND DELAWARE EASE CONSUMPTION ADVISORIES FOR CERTAIN FISH CAUGHT IN LOWER DELAWARE RIVER AND DELAWARE BAYREVISIONS REFLECT DECLINE IN PERSISTENT CONTAMINANTS SUCH AS PCBS AND PESTICIDES IN THE WATERBODIES (18 P015) TRENTON - The Department of Environmental Protection has eased consumption advisories on certain fish species caught in the lower Delaware River and Delaware Bay, an indication of improving ecological conditions as levels of contaminants decline, Acting Commissioner Catherine R. McCabe announced today. For all freshwater fish and waters not covered by consumption advisories, consumers should follow the DEP's general freshwater advisories, which recommend eating no more than one meal per week for the general population and no more than one meal a month for high-risk individuals.
He also notes that the Canyon Runner is doing very well trolling for giants out of North Carolina as follows Great Giant Fishing - Last Two Trip Multiple Giants Hooked and Fought Each Trip Saw Big Fish Hit the Deck Canyon Runner Fishing Everyday Until April Come Down and See Join Us February 24, 2018 - Huntington Hilton, Melville - Long Isand See Below for All Details But First. Giant Bluefin Turn on Big Time Capt. Deane Lambros' last two trips saw close to 10 bites from giant tuna with multiple fish fought before boating his 1 fish per day limit each trip.
Their annual fundraising auction ends at midnight with some great items still without a bid as per the following release 3rd Annual Online Fundraiser Auction Ends Tonight at Midnight Dear Al, 3rd Annual Online Fundraiser AuctionENDING TONIGHT AT MIDNIGHT The Stripers Forever's 3rd Annual Online Fundraiser Auction will be ending TONIGHT AT MIDNIGHT. STRIPERS FOREVER, A NON-PROFIT CONSERVATION ORGANIZATION, SEEKS GAME FISH STATUS FOR WILD STRIPED BASS ON THE ATLANTIC COAST IN ORDER TO SIGNIFICANTLY REDUCE STRIPER MORTALITY, TO PROVIDE OPTIMUM AND SUSTAINABLE PUBLIC FISHING OPPORTUNITIES FOR ANGLERS, TO SECURE THE GREATEST SOCIO-ECONOMIC VALUE POSSIBLE FROM THE FISHERY AND TO ADVOCATE FOR THE CONSERVATION AND RESPONSIBLE STEWARDSHIP OF WILD STRIPED BASS FROM MAINE TO NORTH CAROLINA.
The Big Jamaica from Brielle has room on a limited trip to far offshore wrecks where jumbo porgies have been abundant. Reservations are required for the 140 trip that departs at 2 a. m. -- though anglers should be at Bogan's Basin by 1 a. m. Call 732 528-5014.