Flounder Fishing to Rebound Post-Ida
The season ends September 19, and the flatties are on the move.
Jersey Honkers Loud and Clear
The statewide September Canada goose season will commence Wednesday, September 1, and run through Thursday, September 30.
Early Archery Deer Season Set To Open in New Jersey
Seventeen days and counting until the opening of the early archery (bow) season for New Jersey’s premier big game animal Saturday, September 11.
Snapper Blues On The Swarm
Welcome to late summer fishing for snapper blues, the progeny offspring of adult bluefish that arrived in New Jersey coastal waters back in April and May before migrating northward.
Blowfish, Fun For All Ages
When it comes to fun and easy fishing (95% of the time), and superlative dining afterward, it’s impossible to beat the northern puffer, aka “blowfish”.
Bluefish On The Move in South Jersey
The blues showing now, 1.5-5 pound marauders that are often referred to, predicated on size, as “tailors”, “cocktails” or “teenagers”.
South Jersey Bays Still Holding Keeper Flounder
There are keepers to be had and, when putting in the time, well, maxing out is more than possible.
White Perch Behind the South Jersey Coast Scene
Perch will be frequenting the same areas they did during the spring bite, and now they’ll be on the chew during both phases of the tide.
Summer Rays Bend The Rods in South Jersey
Cownose rays, bullnose rays and spiny butterfly rays. These are the rays along the south Jersey shore that provide hot, hard fighting fishing even though catching them is a distraction when targeting summer flounder or, from the beaches and bulkheads, sharks, namely small threshers and hammerheads, …
The Tuna Chunk Is Turning On in South Jersey
Scattered reports of the yellowfin tuna bite transitioning to the chunk were verified yesterday not only via phone calls and texts, but also when stopping at several tackle shops.