Please go down through the boxes I couldn t eliminate to read their press release. Posted on May 2, 2020May 2, 2020 JCAA pleads for changes in regs for-hire fleet The Jersey Coast Anglers Association is seeking help in changing regulations that will prevent anglers from filling quotas while also getting the for-hire fleet back into action before those boats still left join the many which have been going out of business the last few years.
Posted on May 1, 2020 Better weather for weekend As this is being written, its pouring outside my window as the cold, windy spring continues, but at least that s better than the hail we had earlier today in Wall. They only released eight or nine stripers, but all were large bass up to about 40 inches.
Posted on April 30, 2020April 30, 2020 Good news for bluefin tuna anglers NOAA Fisheries has provided good news for boaters seeking school bluefin tuna this year. Starting May 2, those holding HMS Angling category permits will be able to retain two school bluefins of 27 to less than 47 inches plus one large school or small medium from 47 to less than 73 inches.
Posted on April 29, 2020 N. J. state parks open Saturday New Jersey governor Phil Murphy reversed his closure of state and county parks this afternoon. State parks will open Saturday morning, and he s leaving it up to county officials to make a decision on their parks.
Posted on April 28, 2020April 28, 2020 For-hire boats remain on hold Though there have been discussions about opening up the economy as the pandemic curve flattens, the owners of party and charter boats in N. Y. and N. J. remain confused about when or if they will be allowed to take customers this year. Charter boats have been operating in Florida, and Capt.
Posted on April 27, 2020April 27, 2020 Boat traffic slowed Raritan Bay striper bite Capt. Vinny Vetere reports from Staten Island that Saturday s striper trolling in Raritan Bay wasn t as good as expected due to the huge fleet that gathered there in nice weather.
Posted on April 26, 2020 Lilly trolls an exotic a bluefish Dave Lilly called this morning with news that he ad trolled an exotic at least by last year s standard in Raritan Bay a bluefish. East winds of 20 to 25 knots are predicted along with gusts to 30, plus showers.
Posted on April 23, 2020April 23, 2020 Striper bite continues in Raritan Bay Dave Lilly of Hazlet trolled up stripers in Raritan Bay again today, though it wasn t as easy as it had been. Lilly decided to head east from Keyport and never had a hit all the way to Romer Shoal before running to the back of the bay where about a dozen bass in the 34-35-inch class were trolled in 16-foot depths on Tony Maja 3-ounce mo-jos.
Posted on April 22, 2020April 22, 2020 Gale warning into tonight It s been a windy cold spring, but there are better days coming. Vinnie D Anton continues to do well wading for spotted sea trout at Sarastota, Fl.