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Old 07-11-2009, 05:41 PM   #1
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Beach trip

Where in Jersey can you drive on the beach?

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Old 07-12-2009, 01:39 AM   #2
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You can drive on most of the beaches during the off season as long as you get a permit from the town. If you are looking to drive on the beach now I think your only option is Island Beach State Park just south of Seaside Park. The yearly pass costs just under $200 or you can purchase a three day pass for around $50. If anyone knows of another option I'd be interested in hearing it as well.

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Old 07-12-2009, 07:20 AM   #3
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Thanks Earl. I guess if you pay the $50 you can load up the family and enjoy the beach without lugging all of the beach junk by hand. Probably no alcohol I'd presume.
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Old 07-16-2009, 08:05 AM   #4
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heh, depends on the container?

and yeah, most places require a beach permit...
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LBI you have to have a permit, but its worth it
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Old 11-03-2009, 02:51 PM   #6
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i thought i heard someone say sandy hook but i could be mistaken
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lbi was awesome; can go all the way to the end - loads of fun
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liberty state park, i think by seaside?
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Old 08-04-2010, 07:59 PM   #10
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just a note, for island beach state park if you drive on the beach, make sure you have your fishing poles drive on permits are for surf fishing "only" i have had my beach pass for several years now and finally i have a jeep for this season.

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We have a few guys in our Jeep Club that go out to IBSB. One on 49" iroks.
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Old 08-11-2010, 02:39 PM   #12
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I'm confused drod...I go to IBSP and will be getting a buggy pass next year to drive on and have everything in the jeep instead of walking it....but the only mention of fishing required is for overnight buggy access.
Or I just interpreted wrong what you wrote....which is possible...I'm tired!!!!!!
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I'm confused drod...I go to IBSP and will be getting a buggy pass next year to drive on and have everything in the jeep instead of walking it....but the only mention of fishing required is for overnight buggy access.
Or I just interpreted wrong what you wrote....which is possible...I'm tired!!!!!!
"Permits are issued to 4-wheel drive vehicle owners for fishing purposes only. Carrying the basic equipment listed is required whenever the MSFV in on the beach.
1) Fishing equipment and bait and tackle for each person over 12 years of age;"

durring the day its not required, but you still need the gear, i have been stop by the rangers before to check that i had a fishing pole for every one in the car
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That's ridiculous!!!!
Out of all the jeeps and trucks I have seen on IBSP beach, there were only a few that had poles, most clearly didn't and just had beach stuff loaded up.
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That's ridiculous!!!!
Out of all the jeeps and trucks I have seen on IBSP beach, there were only a few that had poles, most clearly didn't and just had beach stuff loaded up.
Lol I know. When I go on the beach for the day I really don't fish. Most of the fishing I'll do is at night on the beach.
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If this is true I guess I'm gonna have to pickup another pole for the girlfriend next year. Haha
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Old 08-12-2010, 11:46 AM   #17
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What's the deal with night fishing? Can you stay there on the beach all night or until a certain hour? That would be pretty cool to have a fire and fish and drink and just sleep in the back of the jeep, or on the beach! :o)
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I have the pass and I normally go up for the day, hang out all day into the early evening, bring the dog and a cooler, it's great. I have the gear required to be on there but I don't bring the poles out during the day, but I've only had the Jeep about a month now.

I have 2 friends who do stay up there after dark, and they both told me that when/if the rangers come by, they just check to make sure you do have poles for the amount of people. Moreso they don't want people camping on the beach all night.
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Old 08-12-2010, 12:20 PM   #19
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Thanks....Guess that kills the idea of sleeping on the beach overnight....oh well!
Do they check your coolers for alcohol?
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Thanks....Guess that kills the idea of sleeping on the beach overnight....oh well!
Do they check your coolers for alcohol?
Just get a fisher price fishing pole. It never said what kind of pole u needed
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LMAO!!!!!
My daughters got a princess one and my son a superman one....I can bring those! LOL
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Just get a fisher price fishing pole. It never said what kind of pole u needed
Agreed, one of the girls that goes up there had a Barbie fishing pole, no lie haha.
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Going down to Long Branch this weekend. I'll see if I get a chance to make it down to IBSP. I fish so that sounds like a worthwhile trip and to just get the old 4X4 oil moving.
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North Wildwood is another. Last I had a permit was about 4yrs ago. For $15.00 (resident) you get a sticker after a quik inspection of the usual trail gear. I will be going this yr, so I will see if the price went up.
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i thought i heard someone say sandy hook but i could be mistaken
not at sandy hook ! and the court is 52 miles away ,just so you can't contest it !nite fishing was free ! now you have to pay !iv'e banned the hook ! go over the bridge and park in the something fishy parking lot and go over the wall ,free to fish and no cops !
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Even though summer is over, you still can go fishing at Brigantine. Its right next to Atlantic City and a yearly pass is about $180. In the summer they restrict you to a few small portions of the island but its fun. After September something if you buy a $20 fisherman permit you can drive from one end to the other. They do not check whether or not you have recovery gear as long as you have a 4WD vehicle. I do recommend a shovel because the sand there is really soft (I could hardly maintain speed in second with the foot down to the floor doing).





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