New Jersey Saltwater Fishing

The best times of day to get weakies to bite is in the evenings from dusk time. You can add a firetail rubber worm to your hooked sandworm to entice even the most finicky sea trout to take your bait. Just try hard to keep away from heavy traffic areas, because sea trout do spook very easily.

Saltwater fishing in New Jersey is best done along the coastline, of course, but don’t forget the small, quiet locations that dot the location.  Here some good places:
Western Raritan Bay
Sandy Hook or Plum Island
Atlantic Ocean (virtually any area will do well)
Raritan Bay
Navesink River
Asbury Park
Tidal Delaware Philly

In addition to these locations, be sure to talk to the locals about the saltwater fishing spots located throughout the region.  You will definitively want to try out a few locations before jumping in to a commitment of just one.

Just remember, there are no dummies when it comes to saltwater fishing in New Jersey, just those who have not done their research.

Happy fishing!

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Daniel Eggertsen
Dan Eggertsen is a fellow saltwater fishing enthusiast to the point of obsession. :) He's been providing solid advice on saltwater fishing since 2004.

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