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Yes. A Permit to Stock Fish is Required — Even There

A Fish Stocking Permit is required to stock fish anywhere in New Jersey. Each year the Bureau of Freshwater Fisheries responds to thousands of inquiries relative to the management and use of the state’s freshwater aquatic resources. Among the myriad of questions concerning regulations, places to fish...

Yes. A Permit to Stock Fish is Required — Even There

Page Through the Digital Edition

Read the entire guide online! Our unique digital edition allows you to page through the entire guide, just as if you were reading the magazine. The table of contents, URLs and advertisements are all clickable and will take you right to the website

Page Through the Digital Edition

Turtles of New Jersey

New Jersey is home to 13 species of freshwater and brackish-water turtles which includes two non-native species introduced to our waters over several decades. In addition to the turtles described below, there are other non-native species...

Turtles of New Jersey

Waterbody Highlights

Spruce Run Reservoir: Surrounded by the rolling hills of Hunterdon County, Spruce Run Reservoir is an on-stream water storage reservoir that became operational in 1963. It is the third largest reservoir in the state after Round Valley...

Waterbody Highlights

New Jersey Freshwater Fishing Regulations

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