Jersey Shore Drums Rolling, Blues Playing
While stripers and tog have been getting the overwhelming majority of the saltwater angler attention, the black drum have been rolling with a building bang that will reach a kettle booming crescendo during the upcoming weeks.
Jersey Shore Outdoors: BOOM Go The Bass & Trout Takes
The out front (read: ocean) spring run of stripers is underway, and when it comes to out-of-the-doldrums-let’s play smash mouth, well, the opening bell has been rung.
2019 Trout Season Kicks Off This Weekend
The 2019 trout season kicks in at 8am this Saturday, and from all indications, it looks like not only a banner Opening Day, but a season as well.
It’s Time To Catch The Biggest Bass In New Jersey
It’s time to catch the biggest bass of your life...at least in New Jersey! The largemouth, not the striped kind.
White Perch Bite Beginning
Figure by this weekend, and into next week for sure as a result of the warming trend and uptick in water temperatures, the white perch will start putting the raspy lips to blood worm and grass shrimp baits.
NJ Striper Season Opens Friday
And just like that, it’s once again legal to fish for striped bass in the bays and tidal rivers and creeks.
Tog Season Drawing to a Close February 28
February is a tricky month fishing-wise.
South Jersey Fishing Report [6/12]
Sea bass and ling and are providing steady fishing, with a bonus in the form of cod and winter flounder. Fluke fishing is solid in the back bays, although the bigger fish appear to be moving out front. Bluefish are more on than off. Crabbing is on the upswing.
South Jersey Fishing Report [6/5]
Flounder (fluke) fishing in the back bay is torrid.
South Jersey Fishing Report [5/29]
Sea bass fishing is improving by the day, and the fluke season is off to a rip snorting start.