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Spearfishing regulations in NJ

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vrokhlenko

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Hello!

I am a bit confused about the spearfishing regulations in NJ.
Does one need a license and what species are allowed to be speared and in what quantities.

Could somebody point me to the source of info on that subject.

Thanks in advance!
 

OlegIvanishyn

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in NJ you need no licens, Black fish you can only spear 1 per person per day 14+ inch, striperbass you can have 2 per day, the first one has to be 27"+ and the second can be 23"+, triger fish have no size or quantity limit, ships had i think you can have like 4 per person and most of them are big , like 10 lb +.
 
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