NJ Saltwater Fishing Limits 2014

brigantine fishing

Info on New Jersey Summer Flounder or “Fluke” has been announced for the  2014 season.

  • Summer Flounder Season: May 23-September 27. Limit of 5 Fish. Minimum of 18 inches. Anything smaller, ya gotta throw back.
  • Sea Bass – 12 ½” size limit, 15 fish bag limit from 5/19 – 6/30, 3 fish bag limit from 7/1 –8/31, 15 fish bag limit from 9/1 – 9/6 and a 15 fish bag limit from 10/18 – 12/31

Brigantine Beach has some of the best fishing in South Jersey. Flounder, Striped Bass and King Fish are just a few of the beauties that a fisherman can snag from our clean waters.

Fishing Areas on Brigantine Beach:

  • North of 14th Street North
  • 45th Street – 47th Street
  • 49th Street (north of Seaside Road)
  • South of Jetty (Absecon Inlet)
  • Brigantine Bridge

Download PDF of 2014 NJ Fishing Size & Possession Chart 

Brigantine has a long, fishable jetty on the south end, over looking the Revel Casino Hotel and Absecon Inlet. 4×4 beach access is available with permit. Brigantine fishing is great on the north end, and anglers enjoy a whole lot of fishable waters in-between as well.

Regulations remain in effect until changed. For info on salt water regulation changes, call the “listen-only” line at 609-292-2083. Marine Fisheries staff can be contacted at 609-748-2020.

2014 NJ Recreational Minimum Size, Possession Limits & Seasons. 

Brigantine Fishing 2014

Fish are measured from tip of snout to tip of tail (except Black Sea Bass and Sharks).

Cleaning or filleting of fish with a minimum size limit while at sea is prohibited. See the Marine Fishing Issue of the NJ Fish & Wildlife Digest or New Jersey Fish & Wildlife website for exceptions. Please check the Division of Fish and Wildlife website for the most up to date information.

Download the easy-to read guide to Fishing regulations: NJ Saltwater Fishing Regulations

Learn how to tie Fishing Knots