New Jersey Fish Species

Common Questions

What kind of fish are in New Jersey?

In the waters off New Jersey, anglers with Miss Lian Sportfishing Charters, led by Captain Raymond, can target a diverse range of fish species. Some of the notable catches include striped bass, bluefish, fluke, black sea bass, and even sharks. With Captain Raymond's expertise and knowledge of the local fishing grounds, guests have the opportunity to engage in a thrilling and successful fishing experience, encountering the rich variety of marine life that calls the New Jersey coast home.

Does New Jersey have good fishing?

Absolutely, New Jersey offers excellent fishing experiences, especially with Miss Lian Sportfishing Charters led by Captain Raymond. The state's coastal waters boast a rich diversity of fish.

What are the biggest fish in NJ?

The waters off New Jersey harbor some of the biggest fish on the East Coast, and with Miss Lian Sportfishing Charters, guided by Captain Raymond, anglers have the opportunity to land impressive catches. Striped bass, known for their size and strength, are among the largest fish in New Jersey, offering an exciting challenge for fishing enthusiasts.

A Miss Liane Sportfishing Charters Fishing Charter targets the top New Jersey Fish species including Summer Flounder, Striped Bass (Also Called Striper), Mahi Mahi (Also Called Common Dolphinfish), Albacore Tuna (Also Called ), Wahoo , White Weakfish , Bluefish (Also Called Elf, Tailor, Shad), Grey Triggerfish, Atlantic Bonito (Also Called Common Bonito), Skipjack Tuna (Also Called Ocean Bonito, Oceanic Bonito, Oceanic Skipjack, Skipjack), Blacktip Shark (Also Called Shark, Blacktip Shark ), Blacknose Shark (Also Called Carcharhinus acronotus), Blue Marlin, Atlantic Swordfish. We primarily Fish the Atlantic Ocean, Barnegat Bay, Long Beach Island, Island Beach State Park, Manasquan River, Metedeconk River, Flag Point, Wrangel Brook, Slab Branch, Toms River, Mill Creek, Jakes Branch, Union Branch, Manasquan Inlet, Sand Bar Point, Timber Swamp Brook, Crow Creek, Small Branch .