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The 2014 New Jersey Freshwater Fishing Guide is now available!
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Below is content from the 2013 guide.

South Region

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Palm Lake, St. Lucie County: open to fishing.

  • Gasoline motors may not be used on boats.
  • Channel catfish bag limit: 6

Caloosa Park Lake, Palm Beach County: open to fishing.

  • Black bass must be released immediately.
  • Panfish bag limit: 20
  • Channel catfish bag limit: 6
  • Bluegill and redear sunfish less than 8 inches in total length must be released immediately.

Lake Okeeheelee, Palm Beach County: open to fishing.

  • Gasoline motors may not be used on boats.
  • Black bass must be released immediately.
  • Panfish bag limit: 20
  • Channel catfish bag limit: 6
  • Bluegill and redear sunfish less than 8 inches in total length must be released immediately.

The northern-most Tropical Park Lake, Miami-Dade County: open to fishing.

  • Black bass must be released immediately.
  • Panfish bag limit: 20
  • Channel catfish bag limit: 6
  • Bluegill and redear sunfish less than 8 inches in total length must be released immediately.

Plantation Heritage Park Lake, Broward County: open to fishing.

  • Black bass must be released immediately.
  • Panfish bag limit: 20
  • Channel catfish bag limit: 6
  • Bluegill and redear sunfish less than 8 inches in total length must be released immediately.

Regulations in red are new this year.

Purple text indicates an important note.

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