Fishing Report for September 19th

Delaware Fishing Report Week of September 19th

20/9/2019 - DELAWARE BAY - As this is written we are on the third day of another dry nor’easter. Boats have not been out on the ocean or bay since Monday and may not get out until Saturday. What they will find is anybody’s guess. Prior to the blow, the bay was… SEE MORE
Tropical Storm Jerry may become a hurricane by the end of the week.

Tropical Storm Jerry Could Strengthen this Week

18/9/2019 - By Christina Maxouris. Another tropical storm has formed in the Atlantic and could strengthen into a hurricane by the end of the week. Jerry, the 10th named storm of this year's Atlantic hurricane season, was 855 miles east of the Leeward Islands late Wednesday morning. It had maximum sustained winds… SEE MORE
Open season for Atlantic Cod September 15 - 30.

New Hampshire Recreational Saltwater Fishing Regulations

18/9/2019 - Recreational saltwater fishing in New Hampshire provides diverse opportunities. Saltwater anglers can cast a line from boats, bridges, jetties or the beach. Many saltwater fish species are available along the coast and in our rivers and bays. Recreational saltwater fishing in N.H. requires a recreational saltwater license. See Recreational Licenses for details. Below are… SEE MORE
Kahoolawe island and Molokini Crater

Kahoʻolawe to Open For Fishing on Limited Dates

18/9/2019 - Fishermen will be able to troll in Kahoʻolawe waters from Sept. 28 to 29. Access to the reserveʻs waters is highly restricted because of the unexploded bombs that are still present from the military training era, according to the Kahoʻolawe Island Reserve Commission. KIRC also regulates access to protect the… SEE MORE