Brigantine News, Info & Events

2 weeks ago

Brigantine Beach CER

JAWS AT THE BRIGANTINE SOUTHEND COVE BEACH!Aug 25, 7:00pmBrigantine Southend Cove BeachJAWS hit the movie theaters in the Summer of 1975, and decades later, one of the most memorable lines of the film remains, "Don't Go In The Water." The New Jersey shore town of Brigantine, is ditching that warning, and encouraging moviegoers to plunge in, to capture the whole experience.

On Friday, August 25th, the Brigantine Chamber of Commerce will host an outdoor movie event, at the town's famous beach area, The Cove.

The film will be shown on Eye To Eye Media's Monster Superscreen, 18 feet wide LED Digital screen with theater sound, allowing guests to enjoy the film while sitting on the beach, drifting on your boat with the glistening skyline of Atlantic City as your backdrop, or, if you dare - floating in an inner-tube in the murky waters of the Atlantic.

Coordinator, Angela Reynolds, expressed her excitement for the upcoming movie. "We pride ourselves in Brigantine for being known for thinking outside the box to offer fun, innovative events, such as our highly popular Eagles Tailgate Parties on the Beach and our Annual Luau. We are very fortunate that our City continually supports our goal of building tourism and maximizing exposure for our town."

Reynolds went on to say, how their event differs from others. "Nationally, there have been other venues that have shown the film in a water setting, but each of those has been in an area such as a lake or river. We are one of the first examples in the country of holding an event, such as this in tidal waters...it should be very exciting."

The film will begin at 7:00 pm on Brigantine's southend Cove beach. The Chamber encourages guests to arrive by 6:30 pm as we anticipate a large turn-out. For additional information visit the Brigantine Chamber Facebook page, as it will have ongoing updates or call the Jaws Hotline at 609.201.0702. Raindate Saturday, August 26th.





SOUTHEND COVE BEACH DIRECTIONS:
OVER BRIGANTINE BRIDGE
RIGHT AT FIRST LIGHT ON HARBOR BEACH,
FIRST RIGHT ON LAGOON,
LAGOON BLVD TO END

THIS IS A FREE EVENT BUT WE ARE REQUESTING PRE-REGISTRATION THROUGH THIS SITE FOR ADMINISTRATIVE PURPOSES. WHEN REGISTERING, YOU MAY ALSO MAKE A DONATION TO THE BRIGANTINE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE TO DEFRAY THE COSTS OF THE EVENT. THANK YOU!!!
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4 days ago

City of Brigantine Government

Brigantine Art Walk
Saturday evening 5'o'clock at Haneman Park , Brigantine Art Walk is rockin with music by David Craig. Donations being accepted for the Sons of Italy Brigantine. Sponsors for the event are Casale al Mare & The Cellar 32. Food by Smokey's World : Catering 2 U LLC

City of Brigantine Government Real BrigantineAshore Realty IncWIBG-FMSNJ Today #6abcaction The County Woman Route 40 Atlantic County Magazine Shore News Today The Press of Atlantic City Gardner's Basin The Cellar 32 Casale al Mare Live The Dream Johanne D'Adamo Milnes Sons Of Italy Art C 48 Blocks
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The Brigantine Chamber of Commerce is very excited to have you join us on Friday night for our
JAWS ON THE SOUTHEND COVE BEACH.

To make this experience enjoyable for everyone,
please review the below guidelines.

1) A ticket is required for ALL attendees.
TICKETS ARE SOLD OUT.
THERE ARE NO REMAINING TICKETS.
The ticketing process required a registration. The purpose of the registration was to provide the optimum safety parameters for all guests. To assist in developing a safety plan,
we have limited the attendance to 1200 guests.
The Jaws event has been carefully coordinated through the Brigantine Chamber of Commerce, Brigantine Police Department, Brigantine Department of Public Works,
& the Brigantine Beach Patrol,
to ensure that the evening will be safe and enjoyable for all.
IF YOU ARE AT THE COVE BEACH FROM EARLIER IN TH E DAY, YOU MUST DEPART BY 5 PM IF YOU DO NOT HAVE TICKETS.

TICKETS WILL BE CHECKED FOR ALL
DRIVE-ON & WALK-ON GUESTS.

2) DRIVE-ON 4WD VEHICLES MUST HAVE A CURRENT VALID BRIGANTINE 4WD PERMIT.

3) ALL TRASH MUST BE REMOVED FROM THE BEACH. THE NEGLECT OF LEAVING THE BEACH CLEAN WILL BE CAUSE FOR THE DISCONTINUANCE OF SIMILAR EVENTS
IN THE FUTURE.

4) THIS IS A FAMILY-ORIENTED EVENT
Please use your good judgment so that all attendees
may enjoy the evening.
ALL CITY ORDINANCES APPLY TO THIS EVENT,
INCLUDING NO ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION
ON THE BEACH.

5) WE ENCOURAGE GUESTS TO BRING
BEACH CHAIRS, BLANKETS...
THERE WILL BE NO TENTS & UMBRELLAS
PERMITTED PAST 5 PM AT THE COVE BEACH.

6) GUESTS MAY BRING THEIR INNER TUBES TO WATCH THE FILM WHILE FLOATING IN THE WATER.

YOU MUST SUPPLY YOUR OWN INNER TUBE AND PARTICIPATE AT YOUR OWN RISK.

7) CHILDREN MUST BE ATTENDED.
PLEASE DO NOT ALLOW YOUR CHILDREN
TO WANDER OFF ON THEIR OWN.

😎 BOATERS MUST ADHERE TO ALL RULES & REGULATIONS ENFORCED BY THE NJ STATE POLICE & US COAST GUARD.



GENERAL INFORMATION:

1) The film is being shown on Eye To Eye Media's Hi-Def, Two-Sided SuperScreen. The screen will be positioned for optimum viewing for those driving on, walking on, floating & boating.

2) Jaws attendees may begin entering the beach
at 5PM WITH TICKETS.
Beach tags are not necessary.

3) Any guests not adhering to the guidelines presented in this email will be asked to leave.

4) There will not be food/beverages available at the event. You are permitted to bring coolers with refreshments. Once again:
ALL CITY ORDINANCES APPLY TO THIS EVENT,
INCLUDING NO ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION
ON THE BEACH.

5) THE SUCCESS OF THIS EVENT
DEPENDS ON YOU, OUR GUESTS!
PLEASE ASSIST US BY MONITORING YOUR SURROUNDING AREA TO ENSURE THAT ALL ATTENDEES HAVE A SAFE, ENJOYABLE EVENI NG, AND THAT OUR BEACH IS LEFT CLEAN.

THANK YOU!
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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

15 hours ago

RipTide Bait and Tackle

Great job Capt Jim.The smile says it all! The Admiral Chloe showing off the goods. Had fluke to 3 Lbs today and our limit on sea bass. We even had a shot at some chicken dolphin. The fishing on the reef sites are really hot right now. Get in on the action now as the season is coming to a close soon! All fish where caught on squid , spearing and Gulp Nemesis that we picked up at Riptide Bait and Tackle on the way. ... See MoreSee Less

2 days ago

Bayside Marina

Keith Marnell took out Bob and Ranger Fest this morning on the surf. Ranger had a great day catching kings, spots and two sharks that he said were just as big as him!

it's great seeing kids getting out there catching fish!
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Hello to all! Two major events on schedule for tomorrow: Full Solar Eclipse AND the final day to vote for your Blue Ribbon Business and Nonprofit Organization preference. Cast your ballot at the Library, City Hall, or Recreation Center. Full solar eclipse and vote by full Garden Club membership -AWESOME! ... See MoreSee Less