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  • 2016-12-29 Lady M Highlands

    We got anchored up on the piece and not much life a few shorts and a keeper plus the dog fish. The last hour or so we anchored up again on a wreck and pulled a few more keeper Tog for the day with some shorts too.
  • 2016-12-29 Norma K Point Pleasant Beach

    Even though they are calling for a windy day, it is going to be out of the west and the ocean should be fine where we are fishing!WE WILL BE SAILING 3 4 DAY ON NEW YEARS EVE AND NEW YEARS DAY AS WELL!
  • 2016-12-29 Ristori Bay Head

    Only Option 1 provides for 18 inches -- but with a limit of just two fish and a season of merely 59 days that would doom much of the state's party boat fleet. Tom Fote, N. J. ASMFC Governor's Appointee, feels that even the best (Option 5 with a coastwise 128-day season of three fish at a 19-inch minimum) probably won't make the required reduction.
  • 2016-12-29 Captain Cal Belmar

    Full on Viking today guys!We went with just a few good regular customers today.
  • 2016-12-28 Atlantic Star Atlantic Highlands

    Hopefully Saturday the weather will improve and we will be back fishing. We have changed our last fishing day to Monday January 2 weather permitting.
  • 2016-12-28 ElaineB Highlands

    Hit a number of spots and had some fish on each but not enough!Ed Bailik had the pool fish.
  • 2016-12-28 Norma K Point Pleasant Beach

    We had beautiful weather today which brought out some anglers but fishing was slow again. Stop by our Facebook page and check out a few photos from today and yesterday!
  • 2016-12-28 Ristori Bay Head

    The following press release was issued today by the DEP Rich Boornazian, Assistant Commissioner, Natural and Historic Resources, at the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, is announcing a reorganization plan for the state's Division of Fish Wildlife which includes new appointments in the Division, along with a special assignment to seek additional revenue sources to support the Division's mission. Upon Mr. Chanda's assumption of this position in early 2017, long-time division veteran Larry Herrighty will become Acting Director of Fish and Wildlife, pending the recommendation of the New Jersey Fish and Game Council.
  • 2016-12-27 Ristori Bay Head

    Following is the background information Draft Addendum XXVIII was initiated to consider alternative management approaches for the 2017 recreational summer flounder fisheries, while also seeking to address needed reductions due to a decrease in the coastwide RHL in 2017. Anglers and interested stakeholders are encouraged to provide input on Draft Addendum XXVIII either by attending state public hearings or providing written comment.

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