Spotting Inlet Stripers
Only a couple of weeks remain to get your striped bass bonus tag.
Squirrel and Rabbit Seasons Open
Saturday, September 25, marks the opening of the grey squirrel and cottontail rabbit seasons, two of our favorite small game/upland quarries.
Crab the Grab for South Jersey Flounder
I’ve heard it at least a dozen times the past few days from anglers working the flats and channel edges in the likes of mid-to-lower Barnegat Bay, Great Bay, Great Egg Harbor Bay and down the ICW through Stone Harbor, the diminutive Gulp! crustacean is scoring smashes, thrashes and hits on the fluke.
Wildlife Management Area Closures In Effect
Announced late yesterday morning in response to rampant disregard of laws governing the 350,000-plus acres of the Garden State’s wildlife management area (WMA) system under the auspices of the Division of Fish & Wildlife, portions of five WMAs are now off limits to all public use through September 15.
Turkey Season Opens in New Jersey Next Week, Youth Day Hunt Tomorrow
Numbers are especially strong in the southern tier counties.
Great Egrets Tell All: It’s Time to Go Fishing in South Jersey
And crabbing, for that matter.
South Jersey Snakes Are Out and About
Sure, we’ve sighted a few in late March, these being garters and a lone northern pine snake, but suffice to say they are now in full season mode.
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.