Fishing Hot Spots Saltwater Direction Charts for New Jersey
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Experience the best saltwater charts available. From precise fishing locations with GPS coordinates to accurate depth contours and structure definition, these charts redefine the standard on the water. Each map contains the following information: GPS Fishing Locations, Compass Headings, Structure Definitions, Depth and Contour intervals, marina services, Fishing tips and techniques, artificial reef coordinates, seasonality charts, quick reference fish ID, Charts are printed on waterproof, tear-resistant paper that allows you to make notes right on the chart. Size: 24" x 36" unfolded. Folds to a convenient 6" x 9" compact size.
New Jersey Inshore (Cape May to Atlantic City)
World-class bluefish and seasonal mackerel are trolled here. World record tautog and black sea bass are fished over wrecks and reefs. Also features summer flounder and weakfish-some of the best on the east coast.
New Jersey Inshore (Ocean City to Barnegat Inlet)
A thriving area with plenty of winter flounder, weakfish, bluefish and striped bass.
New Jersey Inshore (Barnegat Inlet to Deal)
Fishing the breakers along the entire coastline can produce quality striped bass and bluefish in the spring. Back bay waters in the summer give up fluke, weakfish, striped bass and in winter, flounder can be caught.
New York Bight (Raritan Bay To Atlantic Ocean)
The Hudson River hosts the Atlantic's second largest striped bass spawning run here. Blueback herring, spearing, anchovies, menhaden and grass shrimp attract droves of hungry summer flounder, winter flounder, bluefish, striped bass, false albacore, tautog and weakfish.