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post #1 of 14
Thread Starter 
Are there any beaches where you can get your truck on the beach in NJ during the striper seasons?

Thinking ahead for next season

thanks
post #2 of 14
yes theres quite a few if your willing to pay
post #3 of 14
Be more specific about where you want to fish. Ther are plenty of us who can help you.
post #4 of 14
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Be more specific about where you want to fish. Ther are plenty of us who can help you.



Im usually fish the belmar area.

But in February, my partner gets his license (We're 16) so we would be traveling around

Anywhere from Long Branch to Point Pleasant would be fine

thanks
post #5 of 14
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Originally Posted by imdannoir View Post
Im usually fish the belmar area.
But in February, my partner gets his license (We're 16) so we would be traveling around
Anywhere from Long Branch to Point Pleasant would be fine
thanks


No drive on beaches between Long Branch and Point Pleasant....You have to go further south. First one is at Brick.
post #6 of 14
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No drive on beaches between Long Branch and Point Pleasant....



Anything not too far south or north of that?
post #7 of 14
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Originally Posted by technologist View Post
First one is at Brick.


What he said. From there you can drive on all the way to the next inlet, except for a little dink around the Governors place. You'll need 6 different permits to do that though $$$$.
post #8 of 14
Not sure if this is up to date or not. Note that it is from 2009.

New Jersey Beach Access
Compiled by the New Jersey Beach Buggy Association 4/8/09
Protecting Beach Access Since 1954
GATEWAY SANDY HOOK:

  • Dates of operation: The season runs from Memorial Day to Labor Day, and the times are from 7AM to 5 PM.
  • Permit fee: $50 Good for the year. Required for night fishing.
  • Permit obtained from: The Ranger station. No cash check or money order only.
  • Beach access points: None.
  • Parking lots available at: Fee parking at all parking lots except lot F; also known as South Beach. The fee at Sandy Hook is $10.00 (per car in season)
  • Special comments: More information can be obtained at the Ranger Station (732) 872-5900.
SEA BRIGHT BEACH:

  • Dates of operation: No buggy operation.
  • Year round walk on access for fishing.
  • Memorial Day to Labor Day for bathing.
  • Permit fee: Bathing requires permit. Fee varies.
  • Permit obtained from: Office.
  • Beach access points: Walk-on over designated Public Access Stairways over sea wall.
  • Parking lots available at: Designated near Public Access Stairways or on side Streets as designated
  • Special comments: Access to beaches and jetties are largely through the various beach clubs that line Ocean Avenue from the sea wall south of Sandy Hook down through the town. During the summer season, running Memorial Day through Labor Day (give or take a week), you may access the beach but you must be off the club's property by about 9 AM. Before or after the season, access is quite easy and you can stay longer, as most clubs are closed. Starting at Ship Ahoy Beach Club and moving south along Ocean Avenue, access can be gained at the following: Ship Ahoy B.C.; Surf rider; Anchorage B.C.; Sea Bright B.C.; Sea Bright Public Beach; Donovan's; Trade winds; Edgewater B.C.; Driftwood B.C.
MONMOUTH BEACH:

  • Dates of operation: No buggy operation. Year round walk on access for fishing. Memorial Day to Labor Day for bathing.
  • Permit fee: Bathing requires permit. Fee varies.
  • Permit obtained from: Monmouth Beach Bathing Pavilion
  • Beach access points: Big Monmouth Bath & Tennis Club is a private club & beach ("Big Monmouth") Monmouth Beach Bathing Pavilion is the public beach ("Little Monmouth") these are the two primary access points.
  • Parking lots available at: Parking in designated areas on side Streets.
  • Special comments: There is a "Fisherman's Gate" at Little Monmouth for "Car Toppers" or trailers, to launch small boats for fishing. Parking is limited. To the South is an open access (stairway) over the seawall. To the North are two stairwells over the seawall near the now defunct State Marine Police Building and there is limited parking in the old lot.
SEVEN PRESIDENTS BEACH:
(Joline Ave. Long Branch):


  • Dates of operation: No buggy operation. Year round walk on access for fishing.
  • Memorial Day to Labor Day for bathing.
  • Permit fee: Parking lot $4 day, $4 seasonal. Bathing permit fees vary.
  • Permit obtained from: Pavilion.
  • Beach access points: Walk-on through Park for fishing.
  • Parking lots available at: Parking in designated areas on side Streets.
  • Special comments: No fishing within 50' of bathing areas. Anglers are encouraged to park on local Streets to avoid lot closings. Recreational fishing encouraged, year round on beach & jetties.
BRICK TOWNSHIP:

  • Dates of operation: October 1st to May 15th. Permits go on sale October 1st.
  • Permit fee: $35 (732) 262-1100
  • Permit obtained from: Township Clerk, 401 Chambers Bridge Road.
  • Beach access points: Entrance at the North Brick Beach lot.
  • Parking lots available at: Ocean Beach III.
  • Special comments: Permit entitles buggies to operate north of 5th Ave., Normandy Beach to the Mantoloking line. No buggies permitted beyond that line. Safety inspection required -NJBBA guidelines.
OCEAN BEACHES: (Dover Township)

  • Dates of operation: September 15th to May 15th.
  • Permit fee: $10, personal check only. 732-349-0150
  • Permit obtained from: Police Headquarters at 255 Oak Avenue.
  • Beach access points: There is no buggy operation north of Normandy Beach - Mantoloking Line.
  • Special comments: In the areas north of Island Beach State Park, there is no buggy operation during the summer season. Police monitor CB 9
LAVALETTE:

  • Dates of operation: Beaches will be closed from May in to September 15th, and Saturday and Sunday from September 15th through September 30th.
  • Permit fee: $35. 732-793-4800
  • Permit obtained from: Lavallette Municipal Building, 1300 block of Grand Central Avenue, Monday –Friday, 9am-4pm.
  • Beach access: Beach entrances are located at Ortley and Philadelphia
  • Special comments: Inspection is required for the proper equipment for beach use and fishing NJBBA guide-line for equipment Speed limit is 10 MPH.
ORTLEY BEACH:

  • Dates of operation: September 15th to May 15th.
  • Permit fee: $10; Permit obtained from: Police Headquarters in Toms River or at the Ocean Beach Firehouse on Kittiwake Avenue.
  • Beach access points: Entrance at Harding and 2nd Ave.
SEASIDE HEIGHTS:

  • Dates of operation: September 15th to May 15th.
  • Permit fee: $15 732-793-1800
  • Permit obtained from: Seaside Heights Boro Hall.
  • Beach access points: Enter on Heiring Avenue.
  • Special comments: Access is Heiring Avenue north to end of boardwalk.
SEASIDE PARK: 732-793-3700

  • Dates of operation: No operation of Buggies form May 16th to Sept 15th.
  • Permit fee: $42 for borough residents. $50 for non residents. Good for calendar year.
  • Permit obtained from: Code enforcement, 1201 Barnegat Ave.
  • Beach access points: Enter on Brighton Avenue.
BERKELEY TOWNSHIP: 732-244-7400

  • Dates of operation: October 15th until Memorial Day weekend.
  • Permit fee: $35 for Berkeley residents, $50 for non-residents.
  • Permit obtained from: 630 US Rt. 9.Bayville, NJ
  • Beach access point: 20th Avenue. Air down on Central Avenue.
  • Special comments: Safety equipment required. NJBBA guideline
ISLAND BEACH STATE PARK:

  • Dates of operation: From weekend of May 16 to first Sunday in October, buggy operation is limited to Gillikens and the area from A-7 south. The park is closed from midnight to 4 AM, but beach buggy permit tees will be permitted to stay in the park 24 hours per day providing that during this period they actively fish or park in a designated location.
  • Permit fee: Yearly fee is $195 for buggy and driver payable by cash, personal check, or credit card. 72-hour buggy permit is $50, which includes driver. The total number of 72-hour permits will be limited to 50 at any one time and may not be renewed for more than one consecutive 72-hour period. $50 yearly fee for statewide state park pass is good for unlimited walk-on.
  • Permit obtained from: Gatehouse.
  • Beach access points: Areas of buggy operation include the area from Gilliken's south to the inlet. No buggy operation is allowed north of Gilliken's although walk-on fishermen may fish this area through specified access points. There are three marked access points to the beach. Gilliken's, A-7, and A-23 for buggies.
  • Parking lots available at: Parking is limited to two lots and no parking is allowed along the side of the main road. Walk on beach access points south of bathhouses have parking spaces.
  • Special comments: NJBBA Ocean to bay nature trail at Forked River Interpretive Center. Location of NJBBA sponsored Governor's Cup tournament the first Sunday in October. Don't miss!
BARNEGAT LIGHT:

  • Dates of operation: 7 days / week from Memorial Day to Labor Day. Off-season weekends only weather permitting.
  • Permit fee: Free parking for walk on fishing. Fee for lighthouse tour for ages 12 + up $1.
  • Beach access points: Walk on fishing only. Facilities for handicap anglers.
  • Parking lots available at: At the foot of the lighthouse.
  • Special comments: No buggy operation permitted. No swimming. Picnic area along inlet. Nature trail.
LOVELADIES:

  • Dates of operation: No buggy access from Memorial Day to Labor Day.
  • Permit fee: Falls under jurisdiction of Long Beach Township.
  • Permit obtained from: At Township Bldg. 76th and Long Beach Blvd.
  • Beach access point: Coast Avenue.
  • Parking lots available at: Street parking available.
HARVEY CEDARS:

  • Dates of operation: No buggy access from May 15 to September 15.
  • Permit fee: $50, limited to 50 total.
  • Permit obtained from: Police at Township Bldg. 76th and Long Beach Blvd.
  • Beach Access points: 83rd Street, Middlesex, Bergen and Essex.
  • Parking lots available at: Limited street parking available.
  • Special comments: Vehicle inspection required.
SURF CITY:

  • Dates of operation: No buggy access from fourth Saturday in May to third Saturday in September.
  • Permit fee: $25
  • Permit obtained from: Police Headquarters, 813 Long Beach Blvd.
  • Beach access points: 5th Street, 18th Street.
  • Parking lots available at: Street parking available.
SHIP BOTTOM:

  • Dates of operation: No buggy access from fourth Saturday in May to third Saturday in September.
  • Permit fee: $15
  • Permit obtained from: Police Station, 1621 Long Beach Blvd.
  • Beach access points: Access at 5th Street, 17th Street, 31st Street.
  • Parking lots available at: Street parking available.
LONG BEACH TOWNSHIP:

  • Dates of operation: No buggy access from fourth Saturday in May to third Saturday in September. Correct dates obtained with permits.
  • Permit fee: $50 Good on all Long Beach Township Beaches. (Brant Beach to Holgate)
  • Permit obtained from: Police station at 68th Street and Long Beach Island Blvd. 24 hrs. /day, 7 days/week.
  • Beach access points:
BRANT BEACH – 31st Street, 46th Street, 66th Street.
BEACH HAVEN CREST – 79th Street, 87th Street.
BEACH HAVEN PARK – 106th Street.
BEACH HAVEN – Taylor Avenue, Center Street, Holyoke Avenue.
BEACH HAVEN GARDENS – 34th Street.
NORTH BEACH HAVEN – 15th Street.
HOLGATE – Nelson Avenue, Scott Avenue, Harding Avenue, Washington Avenue.


  • Special comments: Beach Buggy Hotline (609) 361-1000 ext. 203. Police monitor channel 9. If paying for permit after 4PM on weekdays or on weekends or holidays, you must use an instate check or money order. No cash. Must present vehicle, driver’s license, registration and insurance card. A striper derby is usually held in October and November for a fee of $25.00 which is only good for the derby.
  • Parking lots available at: Nelson Avenue, McKinley Avenue at the end of the boulevard.
HOLGATE Unit: Edwin Forsythe Wildlife Refuge

  • Dates of operation: Closed from April 1 thru August 31 to vehicles and pedestrians for nesting Piping Plovers.
  • Permit fee: $50
  • Permit obtained from: Police station at 68th Street and Long Beach Island Blvd. 24 hrs. /day, 7 days/week.
  • Beach access points: McKinley Avenue at end of boulevard
  • Special Comments: The beach front is open to pedestrians and four-wheel-drive vehicles for such wildlife-oriented activities as wildlife observation, photography, nature study, and fishing. Bayside mudflats may remain closed until later September to protect migrating shorebirds. (Drivers must possess a valid Long Beach Township beach buggy permit for the vehicle they are driving.) It is recommended that vehicles use the intertidal zone when possible. Its harder packed sands provide better traction than the loose sands of the beach. Occasionally some areas of Holgate's beach may not be accessible to vehicles due to ongoing, naturally occurring variations in beach width, or because of excessively high tides. Drivers must use caution, and not enter closed areas. Link to Holgate usage guidelines.
  • Parking lots available at: McKinley Avenue at the end of the boulevard
BRIGANTINE:

  • Dates of operation: Year round except for North End section past old Coast Guard Station which is closed for Piping Plover nesting from approximately May 15 - August 15.
  • Permit fee: $175.
  • Permit obtained from: City Hall or Lifeguard Headquarters, 17th Street & the Beach.
  • Beach access points: North End entrance at 15th Street and Jetty entrance at Seaside Road are open 24 hours. Cove entrance at end of Lagoon Blvd. open throughout the night for fishing purposes only.
  • Parking lots available at: Street parking where legal.
  • Special comments: Vehicle inspection required.
ATLANTIC CITY:

  • Dates of operation: During Striper Derby only.
  • Permit fee: Free. Must show Striper Derby Pin.
  • Permit obtained from: City Hall, Room 603, and 1301 Bacharach Boulevard.
  • Beach access points: Access roads at New Hampshire, Delaware and Albany Avenues.
  • Parking lots available at: Street parking where legal, numerous paid lots.
  • Special comments: Must show Striper Derby Pin. Required to cross boardwalk.
VENTNOR CITY:

  • Dates of operation: During the Striper Derby only.
  • Permit fee: Free
  • Permit obtained from: Police Records Dept., 6201 Atlantic Ave.
  • Beach access points: Access roads at Suffolk and Newport Avenues.
  • Parking lots available at: Street parking where legal.
  • Special comments: Must show Striper Derby pin.
MARGATE:

  • Dates of operation: During Striper Derby only.
  • Permit fee: Free obtained from: Police Dept.111 N. Decatur Ave.
  • Beach access points: Access roads are at Delevan, Grandville, and Washington Avenues.
  • Parking lots available at: Street parking where legal
  • Special comments: Must show Striper Derby pin.
LONGPORT:

  • Dates of operation: During Striper Derby only.
  • Permit fee: Free.
  • Permit obtained from: Police Dept. 2305 Atlantic Ave.
  • Beach access points: at 11th Street and the jetty north to the sea wall.
  • Parking lots available at: Street parking where legal.
  • Special comments: Must show Striper derby pin.
OCEAN CITY: 609-399-9111

  • Dates of operation: September 15th to May 15th.
  • Permit fee: $75. Permits limited to 300. Waiting list in effect for permits.
  • Permit obtained from: Police station.
  • Beach access points: 23rd Street, 57thStreet, 59th Street.
  • Parking lots available at: Various on street parking during off-season.
  • Special comments: No buggy operation between North Street and 23rd Street.
CORSON'S INLET STATE PARK:

  • Dates of operation: September 15th to May 15th.
  • Permit fee: $50
  • Permit obtained from: Belleplaine State Park office or by mail at: Corson's Inlet State Park, PO Box 450, Woodbine, NJ 08270.
  • Beach access points: There is a marked access gate at the south end of Central Ave at 59th Street.
  • Parking lots available at: 54th Street and Central Ave.
  • Special comments: No pets between April 1st and September 15th. Those not actively engaged in fishing must leave the park between midnight and 4 AM.
SEA ISLE CITY: 609-263-4461

  • Dates of operation: September 15th to May 15th.
  • Permit fee: $50
  • Permit obtained from: City Hall 45th and Landis during the week from 9AM to 4:00 PM. Bring vehicle registration, insurance and drivers license.
  • Beach access points: For fishing north of 31st enter/exit at 22nd St. For fishing south of 57th St. enter/exit at 75th or 85th Streets.
  • Parking lots available at: Street parking available.
AVALON: 609-967-5530

  • Dates of operation: Sept 15 to May 15.
  • Permit fee: $40
  • Permit obtained from: Borough clerk or by writing for an application and enclosing a self addressed, stamped envelope.
  • Beach access points: Entrances are marked. 9th ST, 20th ST, 32ndST, 38thST, 79thST
  • Special comments: Inspection of vehicle & equipment is required at the police station between 9AM and 4 PM.
STONE HARBOR:

  • Dates of operation: Sept. 15th to April 15th.
  • Permit fee: $40
  • Permit obtained from: Permit can be obtained only from the borough clerk at 9508 Second Avenue between Sept.1st and Sept. 30th between the hours of 9am and 4 PM during the week or by writing for an application and enclosing a stamped, self-addressed envelope.
  • Beach access points: Ramps at 85th, 96th, 102nd, 118th, 122nd, 123rd Streets.
  • Parking lots available at: 96th Street, 123rd Street.
  • Special comments: Inspection of vehicle and proper equipment is required. South of 122nd Street, hours are 4AM-1AM. North of 122nd Street, hours are one half hour before sunrise until one half hour past sunset only.
NORTH WILDWOOD: 609-522-2411

  • Dates of operation: Sept. 15th to Thursday before Memorial Day.
  • Permit fee: $10 permit for North Wildwood residents and $25 permit for non-residents is required.
  • Permit obtained from: Permit obtained at North Wildwood Police station at 10th & Atlantic Ave.
  • Beach access points: Entrances at 2ndAve. 5th Ave. & 15th Ave.
  • Street parking available.
  • Special comments: Safety equipment required. Location of NJBBA Great Fall Classic Tournament. Mid-October annually. Don't miss it!
WILDWOOD: 609-846-2011

  • Dates of operation: Sept. 15th to Thursday before Memorial Day.
  • Permit fee: $25
  • Permit obtained from: City clerk's office, 4400 New Jersey Avenue.
  • Beach access points: Access is at Cresse Ave.
  • Street parking available.
  • Special comments: Must have required equipment. Call 1 800 WWBYSEA
WILDWOOD CREST: 609-522-5176

  • Dates of operation: October 1st to April 30th.
  • Permit fee: $15 before June 1st, $25 after June 1st.
  • Permit obtained from: Borough clerk, 6101 Pacific Avenue.
  • Beach access points: Cresse Avenue and Washington Avenue.
  • Special comments: Safety equipment required. NJBBA guidelines used.
CAPE MAY:

  • Dates of operation: No buggy access.
  • Parking lots available at: All along the seawall.
  • Special comments: For information stop at Cape May County Information center at exit 6 on Garden State Parkway.

HIGBEE BEACH:

  • Dates of operation: No buggy access at present due to erosion problem.
post #9 of 14
I don't think so!
post #10 of 14
seaside park's permit went up to $100 for 1 season(calander year, excluding summer).
post #11 of 14
Thread Starter 
Thank you for posting all that info!
post #12 of 14
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Originally Posted by J.M View Post
I don't think so!


Hey, I saw that set of wheels last week!

Nice setup, very nice!
post #13 of 14
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Originally Posted by Chief2 View Post
seaside park's permit went up to $100 for 1 season(calander year, excluding summer).



That's , considering the stretch of beach there.....can't be more than 1.5 miles.......and it is not like you can drive straight thru north or south, gotta go back off to asphalt to get thru.........no wonder most of the guys I know in that area have all the other permits except that one........
post #14 of 14
^Yes sir. Considering that stretch of beach is exactly 2.2 miles, and it costs $100, and Island beach is 11 miles, most drivable, and only costs a little more than double.

Last year it was $42, which wasn't too bad IMO. Now that it more than doubled, not worth it at all.
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