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The 2014 New Jersey Freshwater Fishing Guide is now available!
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Region 1 • Long Island

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The following pages are a list of exceptions to the STATEWIDE ANGLING REGULATIONS.

  • Trout waters where ice fishing is permitted are identified here.
  • Regulations that appear in the Method column pertain to all fishing in the listed water.
  • A “–” between dates in the Open Season columns represents “through” and includes the ending date.
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Nassau County

Water

Species

Open Season

Minimum Length

Daily
Limit

Method

All waters

Crappie

All year

9″

15

Sunfish (Bluegill & Pumpkinseed)

All year

Any size

15

Yellow Perch

All year

8″

15

Pickerel

1st Saturday in May through March 15

18″

3

All waters

Black Bass

1st Sat in June through April 30

Catch and release only

Note: It is illegal to fish for bass during the period May 1 thru Friday preceding the 1st Sat in June

All ponds and lakes

Trout

All year

Any size

3

All streams

Brown & Rainbow Trout

All year

Any size

3

Brook Trout

April 1 – Sept 30

Catch and release only

Suffolk County

Waters

Species

Open Season

Minimum Length

Daily
Limit

Method

All waters

Crappie

All year

9″

15

Sunfish (Bluegill and Pumpkinseed)

All year

Any size

15

Yellow Perch

All year

Any size

15

All waters except, Belmont Lake, Artist Lake, Blydenburgh Lake, Randall Pond

Black Bass

1st Sat in June through Nov 30

12″

5

Note: It is illegal to fish for bass during the period May 1 thru Friday preceding the 1st Sat in June

Dec 1 through April 30

Catch and release only

Fort Pond and Lake Ronkonkoma

Walleye

1st Sat in May through Mar 15

18″

3

Blydenburgh Lake

Black Bass

1st Sat in June through Nov 30

12″

5

Dec 1 through Fri before 1st Sat in June

Catch and release only

Artist Lake, Belmont Lake, Randall Pond

Black Bass

All Year

Catch and release only

All freshwater (non-tidal) lakes and ponds except East (Swan) Lk, Laurel Lk, Deep Pd.

Trout

All year

Any size

3

Ice fishing permitted

East (Swan) Lake

Trout

April 1 through Nov 30

10″

3

Laurel Lake

Trout

All year

12″

3

Ice fishing permitted

Deep Pond

Trout

All year

12”

3

Ice fishing permitted

Chain Pickerel

All year

Catch and release only

All freshwater and tidal streams except Carmans River in Southhaven County Park, Connetquot River in Connetquot River State Park and Nissequoque River in Caleb Smith State Park

Brown & Rainbow Trout

All year

Any size

3

Brook Trout

April 1 through Sept 30

Catch and release only

Connetquot and Caleb Smith State Parks

Trout

Park Regulations apply, permit required. Call (631) 581-1005 Connetquot, (631) 265-1054 Nissequogue.

Carmans River
(Southaven County Park)

Brook Trout

April 1 through Sept 30

Catch and release only

Carmans River (Southaven County Park)

Special Regulations by River Section. Additional park regulations may apply. Call (631) 854-1414.

From LIPA transmission lines at Gate G upstream to Yaphank Avenue

Trout

April 1 through Sept 30

Catch and release only

Fly fishing only

From Cement Dam upstream to LIPA transmission lines at Gate G

Brown & Rainbow Trout

April 1 through Sept 30

9″

3

Fly fishing only

From Cement Dam downstream to Hards Lake Dam

Brown & Rainbow Trout

April 1 through Sept 30

9″

3

Regulations in red are new this year.

Purple text indicates an important note.

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