Black Drums Rolling East in South Jersey
Delaware Bay has long been considered the boomer factory.
Crappie Daze Are Here Again in South Jersey
A crappy name, for sure, but the fact remains that both the black and the white crappie are perhaps the most popular panfish inhabiting Garden State waters.
Tide Runner Weakfish Showing in South Jersey Swims
Short and sweet. Fast and furious. Snooze you lose.
Tog Bite Is Hot Along the Jersey Shore, Green Crabs Not So Much
It’s pretty much the same up and down the southern coast from Waretown to the Cape, there's either enough crabs to scratch by this afternoon, or none in the cooler.
A Shad, Shad Story: The Annual Springtime “Shad Run” Is On
Going into its second weekend of rod’n reel migration mayhem, the annual springtime “Shad Run” will continue through the Memorial Day weekend and possibly beyond.
Prime Time for Pickerel in South Jersey
It’s especially active from early spring well into June, and it seems the feed bag is always on.
Public Hearing Slated for Next Week on Mid-Atlantic Bluefish Allocation
The public hearing on the Bluefish Allocation and Rebuilding Amendment, will be held by the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission and the Mid-Atlantic Fishery Management Council.
April 1st Is the First of Two “Opening Days” for Trout in South Jersey
It will be a double shot Opening Day throughout the Garden State for trout.
Tog Season Opens April 1st Around South Jersey
While not at the level of the summer flounder opener when it comes to angler participation, the April 1st opening of the blackfish (tog) season is nonetheless greeted with over-the-top enthusiasm.
Leftover Turkey Hunting Permits on Sale in New Jersey Starting Monday
The gobblers are starting to strut and spread those fans, and the hens are starting to notice.
No Fishing in Trout Stocked Waters
That’s until 8am next Thursday, April 1, the first of two “opening days” of the statewide trout season.
Ticks of the Trade
Nasty and disgusting. Tiny and insidious. And purveyors of various diseases, a few of which can be debilitating and, in worse case scenarios, fatal.