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Absecon Bay Sportsman Center

Absecon, NJ, U.S.A.

Endorsed by 10327 people

I established Absecon Bay Sportsman Center on July 1st 1985 when my wife Judy and I bought what was at the time simply Absecon Boat Yard, which provided docking, winter storage and limited repair service to the local boating population and a very limited selection of bait and tackle. Mostly catering to the extremely popular Summer Flounder fishing.

It has been a long haul, but I have transformed this into what I believe is the best total Fishing Center in Southern New Jersey. I specialize in Back Bay and Inshore Fishing and carry every type of Bait and Tackle which is necessary for this type of fishing.


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1/2 Day, Full Tide Trip

Charter Boat / 4 Hours / Conventional Gear
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  • 1-3 People $375.00
  • 4 People $475.00

Full Day Fishing

Charter Boat / 8 Hours / Conventional Gear
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  • 1-3 People $550.00
  • 4 People $650.00


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Glassy smooth morning, grass shrimp in the net. I've got plenty of fat lively bloodworms in the fridge.  High tide is 10 am @  Chestnut Neck Boat Yard Why aren't you fishing?  Stop by Absecon Bay Sportsman Center  for bait and catch them up.
Yesterday I was getting tired of counting bloodworms and Sugar Puppy thinks she runs the store, so I thought I would try and teadh her to count them up.  That didn't go over too good, but at least she didn't eat any.
My Delaware Bay Bunker man is loaded up.  It is a little early to stock them, but if I get enough interest to buy a load I'll have him drive over.  Please no BS who is ready to try the Bunker chunks to catch the Keeper Bass?  BTW I have heard reports of local bunker in the rivers and in the inlets.  The Bass and Blues should be right on their tails.  I would appreciate any first hand reports.
This morning I was betting that Bruce would find another keeper, and he did prove me right.  He said that there were also 10 shorts released as well as a good mess of x-large white perch.  Maybe not true Jumbos, but plenty big to put on the feed bag.


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