Just about every reporting station had the same combination of enthusiasm and relief for the area-wide great summer flounder season opener.
New Jersey anglers will be able to land fewer black sea bass this year - but still more than they had expected.
Hurricane Sandy was a factor Wednesday as other East Coast states agreed to give some of their summer flounder quota to help New Jersey and New York.
Tom McGeary was enjoying the beautiful weather Thursday morning and catching a "bunch" of white perch in the Mullica River.
ATLANTIC CITY - Powerboat racing's version of NASCAR is coming to town in late June.
Maybe what we need is this forecasted milder weather to give fishing a boost. Think of this: Temperatures of more than 60 degrees and maybe even pushing 70 by mid-week. Won't that be different? Water temps are creeping up degree by degree and winds are expected to lay down some.
The Southern Ocean County Chamber of Commerce will no longer run the Long Beach Island Surf Fishing Classic after 58 years.
The captains of the fishing fleet in South Jersey are putting the finish touches on their boats and starting to crank up the engines to get this delayed season moving in South Jersey.
It's spring and it feels more like winter as we all know, and the combination isn't doing fishing much good right now.
Atlantic City will experience the sights and sounds of 40- to-50-foot powerboats going 150 mph or faster in the ocean on June 23.
Winter officially sticks around for another few days, but the fishing scene is starting to show signs of waking up around South Jersey.
One of the most surprising numbers that came out of the New Jersey Fish and Wildlife meeting Thursday was provided by Adam Nowalsky during the public comment section.
There was a lot of enthusiasm and some decent fishing as the bay and river striped bass season opened Friday in state waters.
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