Brigantine News, Info & Events

Not as chilly of a start this morning, and it certainly won't feel like Fall later this afternoon as high
temperatures will be 5-10 degrees higher than the climatological average. Otherwise...still staying
dry through the weekend...enjoy!
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Brigantine Fishing

2017 NEW JERSEY Fishing Seasons, Limits & Regulations

 

  • Striped Bass: One fish from 28 inches to less than 43 inches, one fish greater than 43 inches. No closed season 0-3 miles from shore
  • Summer Flounder: 18.'” min size, 3/angler, May 21 – Sept 9
  • Tautog: 15″ min size, January 1 – Feb 28 (4 fish), April 1 – April 30 (4 fish), July 17 – Nov. 15 (1 fish) and Nov 16- Dec 31-(6 fish)
  • Weakfish: 13″ minimum size, 1/angler, no closed season
  • Winter Flounder: 12″ min size, 2/angler, Mar. 1- Dec 31
  • Black Drum: 16″ min size, 3/angler, no closed season**Proposed size limit of 32 inches pending hearings**
  • Black Sea Bass: 12-1/2” min. open 5/23-6/19 (10 fish); 12-1/2” min open 7/1-8/31 (2 fish); 13” min open 10/22-12/31 (15 fish)
  • Blue Crab: 3″ minimum size for peeler/shedder 3-1/2″ for soft shell 4-1/2″ hard shell. Limit one bushel
  • Bluefish: No minimum size, 15/angler, no closed season
  • Red Drum: 18″-27″ slot size, 1/angler, no closed season

59 minutes ago

RipTide Bait and Tackle

The tides are extremely low but not low enough to have a car drive on. They did make it all the way up to the North end by Wreck Inlet. Would love to see if they can dig themselves out and actually make it back. Maybe Brigantine will charge them for a permit that can only be used at low tide when the sand is really packed down hard? Ya never know...... #RiptideBaitandTackle

Photo courtesy of Greg A
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Would someone please ask them WTF were you thinking?

What an asshole

4 hours ago

Bayside Marina

Matthew Charles and Eric Matuzsan hit the A.C. jetties yesterday, hoping for a better outcome from the day before. Eric was pulled into the rocks on his first two drops by a big tog and was broken off. Then Matt, hooked up with his first keeper of the fall season. A few minutes later Eric hooked up with a keeper too.

The tog bite remains hot!
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Was awesome Last night... barely a hit today...