Brigantine 4×4 Beach Permits

Regular permits - $200. Senior citizen permits 60+ $85. Sorry, 2nd homeowners can't purchase online. Must go to Beach fee office, Community Center on 42nd St. 10a-3p. Call 609-264-7350

Overall the rainfall totals today will not be too excessive, and the flooding risk is lower than previously
expected. Nevertheless, with steady rain developing, the typical low lying / poor drainage flooding areas
could briefly have issues. Rain will be steadiest this morning, before it becomes more intermittent after 8 -
10 AM. Later today there will be decent dry intervals for the afternoon, however a scattered shower or two
still is not ruled out. Rain will become a bit more widespread tonight, before finally drying out late overnight
tonight. Tomorrow is dry, but the system for Friday is trending wetter and poorly timed for work. As of now,
rainfall totals for Friday do not look too excessive.
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2 days ago

Brigantine Beach CER

Stop and save a turtle (or other animal)! Remember to move the turtle across the road in the direction he was headed. Do not relocate the turtle to a "better" place. Move him to a safe area nearby. Image by Susquehannock Wildlife Society.

Additional information: Of utmost importance, always help turtles and tortoises cautiously and safely.

1. Do your best to identify the species.

2. Many small turtle species, including Painted, Box, Sliders, Maps, etc., should be moved by holding both sides of the shell or by placing in a bucket for moving.

3. Some species with long necks, especially Snapping and Soft-shelled turtles, should be moved by holding the back of their shells or just in front of their rear legs. Carrying by their tails may cause spinal damage.

4. Always carry turtles low to the ground just in case they are dropped.

5. Desert tortoises should be moved only if essential as they may urinate releasing needed fluids. Be sure not to tip them.

6. Beware of the which species are listed as endangered in your area as moving them could be a crime. Be sure to only help cross the road if possible and not relocate (which shouldn't be done for any species unless required).

7. Turtles should be moved in the direction they were headed as they were moving that direction for a reason. If they are turned around, they will likely simply try to cross the road again.

8. Be sure you DO NOT put tortoises in the water. For instance, Gopher tortoises are often found near water or the ocean. These are not Sea turtles!

9. It is very simple to find species listings with photos to become familiar with turtles and tortoises in your area. Usually state Departments of Natural Resources, or similar agencies, will have the information online. Or simply type your state followed by turtle species (i.e. "Geogia turtle species") into any internet search engine.

10. If living in an area where this is common, having gloves, bucket, herping field hook, towel, and other helpful tools in your trunk is a good idea. Pack a turtle crossing safety kit.

11. Just as you should do after touching any animal, including a dog or cat, always wash your hands after handling reptiles and amphibians.

12. And again, help turtles safely and responsibly.
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Why did the turtle cross the road??? To get to the shell station!!!😩

Tracy Canter

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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

15 hours ago

RipTide Bait and Tackle

The 2018 NJ Marine Digest just came in and they are available for free at Riptide Bait and Tackle. Stop by and pick one up.

Capt Andy
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2 weeks ago

Bayside Marina

We are open and are stocked with bloody worms, fresh bunker and clams. ... See MoreSee Less

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