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They shove her through the glistening surf, and, as she rises buoyantly on the incoming billow, leap into her as a rider leaps into the saddle. —Gustav Kobbé, The New Jersey Coast and Pines, 1889 Fishing began at the Jersey Shore well ...

Author: Dominick Mazzagetti

Publisher: Rutgers University Press

ISBN: 9780813593753

Category: History

Page: 392

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In The Jersey Shore, Dominick Mazzagetti provides a modern re-telling of the history, culture, and landscapes of this famous region, from the 1600s to the present. The Shore, from Sandy Hook to Cape May, became a national resort in the late 1800s and contributes enormously to New Jersey’s economy today. The devastation of Hurricane Sandy in 2012 underscored the area’s central place in the state’s identity and the rebuilding efforts after the storm restored its economic health. Divided into chronological and thematic sections, this book will attract general readers interested in the history of the Shore: how it appeared to early European explorers; how the earliest settlers came to the beaches for the whaling trade; the first attractions for tourists in the nineteenth century; and how the coming of railroads, and ultimately automobiles, transformed the Shore into a major vacation destination over a century later. Mazzagetti also explores how the impact of changing national mores on development, race relations, and the environment, impacted the Shore in recent decades and will into the future. Ultimately, this book is an enthusiastic and comprehensive portrait by a native son, whose passion for the region is shared by millions of beachgoers throughout the Northeast.
2018-06-20 By Dominick Mazzagetti

The area includes all coastal jetties and groins and public fishing piers or docks . Prime Fishing Areas also include all red line delineated features within the State of New Jersey's three mile territorial sea illustrated in : B.L. ...



ISBN: NWU:35556030631378



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1980 By

Bay and Ocean Shore Segment and Final Environmental Impact Statement New Jersey. ... In addition , the massive marine fish kill during the summer of 1976 was estimated to have resulted in the loss of $ 65 million in sea clam stocks over ...

Author: New Jersey. Office of Coastal Zone Management


ISBN: PSU:000070940305

Category: Coastal zone management

Page: 466

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is a noteworthy fact that many Swedish sailors leave their vessels for a summer's fishing off Nauvoo . ... the New Jersey coast resorts are not obliged to import from New York their " fish , clams and crabs fresh from the sea .

Author: Gustav Kobbé


ISBN: CORNELL:31924099398038

Category: New Jersey

Page: 108

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1891 By Gustav Kobbé

Blue fish All of the New Jersey coast along the beaches, shorelines, bays, and tidal rivers and streams will hold blue fish. The 1 to 2 pound fish called cocktails and are plentiful and fish up to 20 pounds are possible.

Author: Jim Maccracken

Publisher: Recreational Guides


Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 231

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Middlesex County New Jersey Fishing & Floating Guide Book Over 460 full 8 ½ x 11 sized pages of information with maps and aerial photographs available. Fishing information is included for ALL of the county’s public ponds and lakes, listing types of fish for each pond or lake, average sizes, and exact locations with GPS coordinates and directions. Also included is fishing information for most of the streams and rivers including access points and public areas with road contact and crossing points and also includes fish types and average sizes. Contains complete information on Ambrose Brook Bissets Pond Boyds Park Ponds Brainerd Lake Carnegie Lake Carteret Park Pond Carteret Street Park Ponds Cedar Brook Park Lake Chesequake Creek Daileys Pond Davidsons Mill Pond DeVoe Lake Donaldson Park Pond East Brunswick Park Lake Farrington Lake Fords Park Pond Green Acres Park Pond Helmetta Lake Herds Brook Park Lake Hidden Lake Park Lake Hooks Creek Lake Ireland Brook Kennedy Park Pond Lake Papainni Lawrence Brook Long Pond Park Pond Manalplan Brook Manalplan Lake Matchaponix Brook Milltown Pond Millstone River (F) New Market Pond Plainsboro Pond Raritan River (F) Roosevelt Park Pond South River (F) Spring Lake Thomas Pond Victor Cromwell Pond Westons Mill Pond and the Woodbridge River (F) (F) means floatable stream or river
2017-11-26 By Jim Maccracken

C'mon Down , the Fishing Is Good Fishing for a living and fishing for fun — both are important along the shores of New Jersey . Are you a fan of clam chowder ? New Jersey lands 80 percent of the nation's catch of ocean quahogs - deeper ...

Author: Charles A. Stansfield

Publisher: Stackpole Books

ISBN: 0811729702

Category: History

Page: 243

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Nature and history at the shore. Visitor's guide to the resorts. Color postcard views, vintage and modern photos, and detailed maps.

These areas were delineated by Long and Figley ( 1984 ) in a publication titled “ New Jersey's Recreational and Commercial Ocean Fishing Grounds . ” Other important fish habitats , which are considered to be Prime Fishing Areas within ...



ISBN: NWU:35556033404526


Page: 6

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2002 By

We appreciate very much the opportunity to comment on the condition of New Jersey's coastal waters from the commercial fishing industry perspective . New Jersey's commercial fishermen have been aware of , concerned about , and affected ...

Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Environment and Public Works. Subcommittee on Superfund, Ocean, and Water Protection


ISBN: UCAL:B5131626

Category: Beaches

Page: 69

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2 As you can see, fishing and hunting are important outputs of E cotourism in New Jersey. According to the Division of Travel and Tourism, the tourism industry is New Jersey's largest employer, generating more than 300,000 jobs.


Publisher: DIANE Publishing

ISBN: 9780788148910


Page: 251

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Presents testimony from interested parties on whether the State should promote ecotourism as a policy to promote both environmental protection and economic development in NJ. Covers: how to use scarce resources to promote ecotourism in the state, and how to encourage the growth of ecotourism markets while maintaining environmental quality in the state. Witnesses include representatives from a number of environmental groups (Nature Conservancy, Wetlands Inst., etc.) as well as the NJ Dept. of Environmental Protection and state and local travel and tourism groups, planning boards, and chambers of commerce.
1998-05 By

Lighthouses protect busy shipping lanes JUNW , 1993 while resorts thrive on sandy ocean beaches . Fishing villages are tucked into safe bays and wide cranberry bogs LIBRARY flourish in reclaimed marshes . New GOVERNMENT PUBLICATIONS ...



ISBN: UCR:31210024833137

Category: Coastal zone management

Page: 1

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1993 By