HUNTERDON COUNTY, NJ – Hunterdon County’s Parks & Recreation Division has announced the official opening day for Trout season on April 10 at 8:00 am, at the many fishing areas in the County that have been stocked with Trout from the Pequest Hatchery.
Fishing areas in Hunterdon County include: Manny’s Pond in Union Township, Mountain Farm Pond in Teetertown, the Raritan River along Hamden and Pine Hill Roads in Clinton, and on Kiceniuk and Stanton Station Roads in Franklin and Three Bridges in Raritan Township.
Hunterdon County Commissioner Matt Holt, the Board’s liaison for the Division of Parks and Recreation, said, “Fishing has been a long-standing tradition here and the Board encourages residents to head out to their favorite spot this spring. But make sure you have your fishing license.”
Fishing license information is available here.
The County’s Parks & Recreation website lists all of the fishing access points, here, and asks that anglers maintain social distancing while in the parks. State rules and regulations for Trout Fishing are also available on the website.
Visit the NJ State Department of Fish and Wildlife website for more information and to get your 2021 fishing