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NJ Fishing Report

What an incredible year so far and June is primed for fishing fun! Starting off, the striper run has really gotten running as of early May, in fact it was pretty much lights out fishing all throughout April as well. Bass are all up and…

NJ Fishing Report

A sense of normalcy has settled upon our lives, as Covid for now seems to be in the rear view mirror, God help us, it stays that way. May’s fishing is primed for success. As of late March, the striper run in Raritan Bay is…

NJ Fishing Report

April always brings a breath of fresh air and with it rides a promise of a true fishing season to get started in earnest. Starting off, stripers should really begin to put on the feedbags, while winter flounder are warming up on the bay flats…

NJ Fishing Report

As we enter the third spring of Covid, I suppose things look better as we get outside to explore the March weather to fish on all fronts. There’s a lot of shuffling around with regulations in February and March. Though the month of February backwaters…

NJ Fishing Report

Looking back at last year’s January column, we were smack dab in the Covid confusion and for the start of 2022, it’s pretty safe to say we don’t know what the winter months will bring us this year regarding Covid protocols. Signs point to somewhat…

NJ Fishing Report

We are set up for a superstar type of late fall through November and into December. October waters stayed warmer than usual, ushering in bluefish like we haven’t seen in years, while striped bass pushed in early last month as well. November’s relative chill will…

NJ Fishing Report

In many angler opinions, you’re not going to find a finer month to fish the salt than October. Most of the “summer” fishing is gone, but what replaces it is completely and utterly electric. The Fall Run really begins to take shape and even peak…

NJ Fishing Report

What a completely wild summer we’ve had so far! Strange tropical critters were all over Jersey waters in late July and August, the likes of which included Spanish mackerel, cobia, barracuda and sit down for this one – tarpon! Some bizarre cyclical phase is upon…

NJ Fishing Report

Strangely enough, it seems that everything has been a little behind schedule for the first wave of summer in that water temps in early July were still hovering between 58 and 65 degrees on any given day. That gave a kind of slow start to…

NJ Fishing Report

Finally, a summer we can all enjoy once again! Take advantage of the lifting of Covid restrictions and utilize every moment to truly pursue your passions in the saltwater, being thankful we have the opportunity once again. Fishing is firing on all fronts. Some points…