|10-24-2010 03:00 AM|
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).
|09-25-2010 01:45 PM|
|08-27-2010 09:09 PM|
|bc40ton||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.|
|08-17-2010 11:59 AM|
|YJ94PaulyDFromJersey||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.|
|08-12-2010 08:36 PM|
|08-12-2010 08:35 PM|
My daughters got a princess one and my son a superman one....I can bring those! LOL
|08-12-2010 06:21 PM|
|08-12-2010 01:20 PM|
Thanks....Guess that kills the idea of sleeping on the beach overnight....oh well!
Do they check your coolers for alcohol?
|08-12-2010 01:02 PM|
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.
|08-12-2010 12:46 PM|
|Ripnhl2005||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)|
|08-12-2010 09:25 AM|
|Ripnhl2005||If this is true I guess I'm gonna have to pickup another pole for the girlfriend next year. Haha|
|08-12-2010 09:21 AM|
|08-12-2010 06:52 AM|
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.
|08-12-2010 06:40 AM|
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
|08-11-2010 03:39 PM|
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!!!!!!
|08-07-2010 10:01 PM|
|MudTJ||We have a few guys in our Jeep Club that go out to IBSB. One on 49" iroks.|
|08-04-2010 08:59 PM|
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.
Department of Environmental Protection
|05-06-2010 10:59 PM|
|MudTJ||New Jersey Beach Buggy Association|
|05-06-2010 02:29 PM|
|waynequlle||liberty state park, i think by seaside?|
|11-26-2009 09:23 PM|
|08fun||lbi was awesome; can go all the way to the end - loads of fun|
|11-03-2009 03:51 PM|
|EMTMAN||i thought i heard someone say sandy hook but i could be mistaken|
|08-31-2009 09:18 PM|
|KimberlyRose||LBI you have to have a permit, but its worth it|
|07-16-2009 09:05 AM|
heh, depends on the container?
and yeah, most places require a beach permit...
|07-12-2009 08:20 AM|
|keneds||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.|
|07-12-2009 02:39 AM|
|earl0514||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.|
|07-11-2009 06:41 PM|
Where in Jersey can you drive on the beach?