Brian Shea

Brown Bullhead caught by Brian Shea fishing in New Jersey on 10/05/09

Posted by Brian Shea Elite Member over 10 years ago

Brown Bullhead caught by Brian Shea fishing in New Jersey on 10/05/09
Brown Bullhead caught by Brian Shea fishing on Monday October 05, 2009 at 20:36 1.64 km from Riverton in Burlington County, New Jersey (NJ), United States North America using a Chicken liver

I caught this back in the fall and forgot it was on my camera

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Steven Wright

cool

Posted by Steven Wright Expert Member over 10 years ago

Todd Harris

cool fish

Posted by Todd Harris Elite Member over 10 years ago

Brian Shea

Sounds great!!! Where do you put in? If you ever need someone to fish there with please let me know.

My email is herringking@hotmail.com

Posted by Brian Shea Elite Member over 10 years ago

LOONACIDAL L

In Crosswicks I have caught alot of( stripers 3in to 30in, channels up to 30in (most 16in to 24in), a walleye, yellow perch, tons of white perch, bullheads, big carp, largemouth, suckers, alot of nice bowfin, and alot of snappers. Its not really that accessible unless you have a boat though. There are a few spots to fish from land but I like going out there in a boat.

Posted by LOONACIDAL L Expert Member over 10 years ago

Justin  Emerle

Looks like The Rancocas to me. I just fished up there and caught one Cat only. Still good to get out though.

Posted by Justin Emerle Expert Member over 10 years ago

Brian Shea

I was fishing from shore. I live in Delanco but I was fishing in Willingboro from a buddies backyard.

Posted by Brian Shea Elite Member over 10 years ago

AD37 .....

were you fishing offshore or from a boat?? I live 10 minutes from that spot.....

Posted by AD37 ..... Expert Member over 10 years ago

Brian Shea

Lightning Jacks is the cheapest ramp around there. I think its $15 to put in.

Posted by Brian Shea Elite Member over 10 years ago

Henry V

It looks great. I went on Google maps and it's just awesome. And the tiger muskies....Is there a boat launch around there?

As for Owens, I'll wave my Terrible Towel when I pass his house in my boat. Individuals don;t win rings - teams win rings. 6, to be precise!

Posted by Henry V Elite Member over 10 years ago

Brian Shea

By the way, that is Terrell Owens house in the background.

Posted by Brian Shea Elite Member over 10 years ago

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