Brigantine 4×4 Beach Permits Price Increase March 1

4×4 Beach Permits increase on March 1. Regular permits jump from $175 to $200. Senior citizen permits 60+ increase from $80 to $85. Sorry, 2nd homeowners can't purchase online. Beach fee office, Community Center on 42nd St. 10a-3p. Call 609-264-7350

1 day ago

Brigantine Department of Public Works

NJDEP Town Meeting regarding Brigantine North End natural area management - Tuesday, February 27th @ 6pm @ Brigantine North School Auditorium ... See MoreSee Less

4 days ago

Brigantine Beach CER

As President of the Chamber, I respectfully speak for all of our members, when I say THANK YOU to our Brigantine Teachers & School Staff.
Waking up the morning after the tragedy in Parkland, Florida, we become increasingly aware that the role of our teachers is no longer simply teaching reading, writing & is also to protect the precious lives of our children as we send them off to school each day.
With 18 school shooting incidents in the first 45 days of 2018, it is strikingly apparent that our world has become a much different place compared to years past.
Please pause for a moment today, to respectfully remember, not only the victims and those members of the Parkland community impacted by the tragedy, but also to offer gratitude to yesterday's heroes and our very own Brigantine Teachers & Staff for their commitment to protect the children of our community.
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Brigantine Fishing


  • Striped Bass: One fish from 28 inches to less than 43 inches, one fish greater than 43 inches. No closed season 0-3 miles from shore
  • Summer Flounder: 18.’” min size, 3/angler, May 21 – Sept 9
  • Tautog: 15″ min size, January 1 – Feb 28 (4 fish), April 1 – April 30 (4 fish), July 17 – Nov. 15 (1 fish) and Nov 16- Dec 31-(6 fish)
  • Weakfish: 13″ minimum size, 1/angler, no closed season
  • Winter Flounder: 12″ min size, 2/angler, Mar. 1- Dec 31
  • Black Drum: 16″ min size, 3/angler, no closed season**Proposed size limit of 32 inches pending hearings**
  • Black Sea Bass: 12-1/2” min. open 5/23-6/19 (10 fish); 12-1/2” min open 7/1-8/31 (2 fish); 13” min open 10/22-12/31 (15 fish)
  • Blue Crab: 3″ minimum size for peeler/shedder 3-1/2″ for soft shell 4-1/2″ hard shell. Limit one bushel
  • Bluefish: No minimum size, 15/angler, no closed season
  • Red Drum: 18″-27″ slot size, 1/angler, no closed season

3 days ago

RipTide Bait and Tackle

Here is the letter from Mayor Phil Guenther concerning the meeting about the North End takeover by the State. ... See MoreSee Less

Comment on Facebook

As we have learned from the past about meeting with the state, unfortunately, it does not matter how many or who will be at the meeting.

meeting should be packed.......njbba will be there........

Wow all this for the Piping Plover?

I already got my permit

3 weeks ago

Bayside Marina

Surf Day is right around the corner! This is one of the best shows to attend with many seminars and great gear to purchase. Stop by S&S Bucktails and check out Stan's new gear!Hey everyone the next stop on the show circuit for me will be Surf Day in Lincroft NJ on February 17th. I will be doing a seminar “Bucktailing For Stripers From The Beach & Inlets”. This is a great show dedicated to the surfcaster. Hope to see you there. Live Authentic! Live the Passion! Tightlines! ... See MoreSee Less

RSS Seth Grossman – Liberty and Prosperity
  • Without Abraham Lincoln, There Would Be No United States. Remember Him Today On His Feb 12 Birthday. February 12, 2018
    By Seth Grossman.   Reprinted from Shore News Local. In 1968, President Lyndon Johnson and Congress adopted the Uniform Monday Holiday Law and made Columbus Day a new national holiday. Washington’s Birthday is now part of ”Presidents Weekend” and no longer a national holiday on February 22. Abraham Lincoln’s birthday on February 12 is almost […]
    Seth Grossman
  • PICS: Liberty and Prosperity Fundraiser at Irish Pub. February 12, 2018
    PICS: Liberty and Prosperity Fundraiser at Irish Pub. Our well attended Washington-Lincoln wine and cheese fundraiser at the Irish Pub in Atlantic City was a big success. We depend on proceeds from this event to fund our activities for the next eight months. Our keynote speaker was active farmer and retired Cumberland County Judge Paul […]
    Liberty & Prosperity