"hey dan i saw ur comment on my page sorry i took so long to write back but i do most my fishing in central jersey and north jersey iv never heard of the lakes u mentioned but i would love to expand my range so any info on some south jersey lakes…"
mostly freshwater, large mouth bass, smallies, pickerel are fun just not in a tourny, crappie, just about anything in a lake river or pond even though i have the ocean at my disposal and catch a fair number of strippers and blues but theirs just something about freshwater thats got me hooked
hey im steve a new jersey local who takes advantage of the wide variety of fishing this perfect state has to offer im always interested in meeting new people learning new ideas or places to fish and i love sharing fishing tips so join my group if ur the same way.
Hey steve...i am a love of saltwater fishing i have never fished freshwater but would love to try....i have been to florida and fished but not the everglades...i have fish in the florida keys all of them...it is fantastic...and i know the tips i learned down there was live baitm everyone loves to use live shrimp as well as ballyhoo and squid (not live) and also everyone there is into chumming...do you know know what chumming...
Fishing down this way you can go to Farrington Lake, good bass lake. I usually fish assunpink lake, Raising Sun and Stone Tavern lake. All three in the Assunpink wildlife area near Allentown. Mercer County lake is another spot. They have stocked it with Muskie.
Look at the water temps. That is probably the most important thing because tigers relate to cooler water (65 degrees not musch warmer). As for tackle any bass style spinnerbait or crankbait will work. Over here in Minnesota a lot of tigers are caught on oversived bass lures!!!