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Scroll to read the latest NJ Striper fishing reports. Other Names: Striper, Rockfish, Linesider. The striped bass is the largest member of the sea bass family, often called "temperate" or "true" bass to distinguish it from species such as largemouth, smallmouth, and spotted bass which are actually members of the sunfish family Centrarchidae.
Applications for the SBBP are currently available. The application deadline is October 31, Applications postmarked after the deadline will not be processed.
Anglers who possess the SBBP permit may use their issued tag to harvest one striper from 24 inches in length to less than 28 inches. Bonus harvest reporting is mandatory and must be reported within 24 hours of harvest via online or by calling Since New Jersey does not allow netting or sale of striped bass, this quota was transferred to the recreational fishing sector resulting in the origin of the SBBP. A limited number of permits is issued to ensure the quota is not exceeded.
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Callahan bought his bait at the Hwy. He brought his big catch back into the shop later that day to take photos, which have now gone viral online. Shop owners did not want to reveal exactly which beach he cast from.
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The bunker were stacked top to bottom in small breaking waves, so thick that Lynch could hardly see water. More juvenile menhaden, pushed by bass and thrown up on the sand by surf, carpeted the beach. Gulls — thousands of them — feasted on the beached baitfish.