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« on: August 19, 2008, 06:34:36 PM »

Welcome to an all new forum that will target the FISHING REPORTS AND CONDITIONS  at (IBSP) Island Beach State Park.  This report will include both fishing the ocean side as well as the back bay side that has access points for canoes and kayakers as well as fishermen.

Information helpful to make your stay at IBSP a pleasurable one.

Dates of operation: From weekend of May 16 to Labor Day, buggy operation is limited to the area from parking lot A-7 south. The park is closed from midnight to 4 AM, but beach buggy permittees will be permitted to stay in the park 24 hours per  day providing that during this period they actively fish or park in a designated location.

Island Beach State Park is well known by New Jersey's saltwater anglers for excellent surf fishing for striped bass and bluefish. Other species include summer founder, weakfish, croakers, sea bass and many other warm water species.

During the appropriate season, fishing for tautog along the north jetty of Barnegat Inlet is especially rewarding. Bait may be obtained at local tackle dealers before entering the park.
Saltwater fishing is subject to New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife and State Park Service regulations. Information regarding saltwater fishing regulations can be found in the Fish and Wildlife Digest, which is available at local tackle dealers.

Mobile Sport Fishing Vehicle permits to operate 4-wheel drive vehicles on the fishing beaches may be obtained at the Park's Visitor Contact Station at the entrance gate.

$50.00 3-Day Permit
$195.00 Annual Permit

Happy Catching

Paul Danielczyk
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