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Finfish Regulations

The Department of Environmental Protection’s Division of Fish and Wildlife informs anglers that rules for the recreational harvest of summer flounder (fluke), winter flounder, weakfish, black sea bass and coastal sharks have changed. [ More Info ]

Longest Vessel to Become a Reef

New Jersey’s anglers and scuba divers will soon have the opportunity to catch fish and explore on one of the largest artificial reefs in the world. The former U.S. Navy warship, the U.S.S. Arthur W. Radford is currently being cleaned and prepared to be sunk as a reef later this year.
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Page Through the Digital Edition

Read the entire 2010 New Jersey Marine Issue 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, URL’s and advertisements are all clickable and will take you right to the website. [ Check it out ]

What Happened to Weakfish?

What happened to weakfish? Everywhere I go these days, that is the question anglers ask the most. The plight of the weakfish has been a perplexing saga involving a myriad of potential limiting factors over which fisheries managers have little or no control. [ Learn More ]

Regulations in red are new this year.

Purple text indicates an important note.

Digital Edition Click through an interactive version of the regulation guide. Turn the pages just as you would the real thing.
PDF Download The entire guide is also available as a PDF download so that you can save the file to your computer for offline viewing.

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