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The organizers of the “Keep Fishermen Fishing” rally this week in Washington D.C. are encouraging fishermen to pile on buses from New Jersey to “educate and inform legislators . . .on the onerous and devastating effect the current law is having on angler access and the angling experience. . . .” Read more »
At a time when commercial and recreational fisherman are demanding more intelligence and better data from NOAA, why is this state of the art facility and its staff on the chopping block? Closing this location will have major regional implications on fish, fisherman and habitat in New Jersey, New York, Delaware and Pennsylvania.
I am in the process of developing a grass roots, volunteer effort and create a "Herring Lift" program along the mid Atlantic region, starting right here in NJ to help preserve what is left of the depleted river herring population. If you or an organization you work with is interested in helping out, please reach out to me ASAP.
The term “River herring” is actually used to describe two anadromous species, The Alewife and Blueback.
There is a “United we fish” rally planned for the end of February and this is one fisherman that won’t be going on the trip. I find the entire premise of this event to be very misleading to sporting anglers like myself and the recreational angling community.
I couldn't resist taking a ride this evening at High tide to take a look at the beach. I started in Spring Lake and worked my way north thru Belmar. Ocean ave in Spring lake was a real mess. It looked more like it does during a snow storm, except it was all sand. Sand piled up along the roadway and then covering the road itself. Read more »
I was looking to leave town with my daughter and take a nature based, mini vacation as this summer has been exceptionally hectic and we really needed to get away. It had to meet a few basic requirements, it needed to be short range, economical and laid back. She is really into horses and I am "Joe kayak" so we came up with a perfect way to combine the both of them. We decided a road trip down to Virginia and Maryland's Asseteague Islands would be perfect.