Looking to go out and catch some tunas or makos? If so you need to first get your shark/tuna permit. This permit covers an entire vessel and is not needed for each passenger. You will also have to pass a tuna and billfish identification test. You do not need this permit if you plan on going out on a charter as the charter should have all permits needed. To get your permit or for more info, click the link below
Black Bass is being caught fairly well. Larger ones being caught via boat. There are still some being caught from the surf using live herring. If using a jig, make sure to use slow movements.
Effective today, NJ law now bans all smoking and vaping from all beaches. This is espected to have negative affects on surf fishing and sales at tackle shops. Many surf anglers will venture more towards the Deleware beaches or start utilizing charters or personal boats. Another bad signing by Gov. Murphy
Until changed, NJ fishing regulations from 2018 are still in effect. Download the file below for the current regulations
Nice perch and small stripers being caught in rivers and creeks. Use bloodworms and aim near rocks.
The modern Fish act of 2017 was signed by President Trump. This act is very critical to all anglers. The primary part of this act is that it finally seperates Anglers and Commercial Anglers. In the past laws that applied to Commercial also applied to the local angler and vice versa. This made laws on Commercial fisheries loose but strict on Anglers. Finally the laws can be placed as it should on each individually. Other important aspects of the law is as follow:
On April 17th NJ Extreme Fishing will be heading to Cape Hatteras NC to fish for Red Drum. Come join us at the point or watch us live on Facebook, add us on facebook today!!!