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NJ Fishing Report

What a phenomenal wrap up for 2022 for the Jersey fishing scene. Firstly, surf and boat stripers were absolutely lit up with explosive, may I even say, historic activity, the likes of which we haven’t seen since the late 90’s and early 2000’s. Now, as…

NJ Fishing Report

We’re coming off the heels of a fantastic October fishery, heading into what should be stellar November and December activity to finish out the year. Mid-October, a wild big blitz of cow bass from 30 to 50 pounds made its way down the coastline for…

NJ Fishing Report

October’s cool nights and sunny days mean all that’s good is coming to the Jersey Shore. Without a doubt, October is one of if not the best months to wet a line along the Garden State. So much is happening that the Fall Run officially…

NJ Fishing Report

September officially marks the end of tourist summer, and while we are thankful for the visitors business, we now enter local’s summer where fishermen gain our beaches back from the multicolored umbrellas, closed off areas and restricted beach buggy access. Summer water temps sure took…

NJ Fishing Report

The heart of summertime fun is upon us as the calendar page flips to August. It’s the time of year when exotics add spice to the mix. Spanish macks, bonito, mahi, skipjacks, king mackerel and more patrol the waters inshore to offshore. Bluefish in the…

NJ Fishing Report

If spring fishing is any indication of what’s in store for summer, we’re all in for a real treat. Just an incredible run of striped bass, matched with wild sea bassing, quality fluke fishing, sporadic bluefish, a showing of weakfish and early season tuna had…

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…