Lake Hopatcong

Morris - New Jersey


  • 598 catches

  • 987 followers

  • 36 spots

One of the state's top bass waters. Four to five pounders are not unusual for Hopatcong largemouth. Find chain pickerel, hybrid stripers and brook, brown and Rainbow Trout. 2,685 acres

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Lake Hopatcong Fishing Reports

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  1. last of the bigger drag screamers for me.

    Hybrid Striped Bass with a booger goo

    1. Bryan Harper 0
      Tank!πŸŽ£πŸ‘Š
    2. thanks
    3. Rick S 0
      Outstanding!
    4. Thanks
    5. john stimson 0
      nice bunch
    6. Nice fish Brother! πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘
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  2. decent waves of these powerful fish squatch and i chummed up saturday

    Hybrid Striped Bass with a booger goo

    1. haha
    2. Lmao🀣🀣🀣🀣 Touché
    3. I don’t touch chum. That is a peasants job.
    4. Soooooooooo, you're saying Squatch did everything and let you reel them in!!????? πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ€£
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  3. hand feeding some rocket fish booger goo!

    Hybrid Striped Bass with a booger goo

    1. carl schulze 0
      monsters
    2. carl schulze 0
      catching monster
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  4. The chicken liver shortage crisis is real! Had to travel half hour to the meat market to get them. Well worth it though, fishings been solid. This beast a new best.

    14 lb. 7 oz. Channel Catfish

    1. NJ Squatch 0
      Looks like she is full of liver
    2. Pete Lyden 0
      damn
    3. Wow
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  5. Is there any good shore fishing area for crappie???

    1. Not really, better off at ponds
  6. Hybrid Striped Bass

    1. Joseph Koenig 0
      Ralph, did you catch this while boating or from shore? Do most people keep and eat these? Thanks.
    2. George Horvath 0
      Nice
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  7. 4 lb. 8 oz. 20.0 in. Largemouth Bass with a Keitech Fat Swing Impact

    1. George Horvath 0
      Nice
  8. Another night bite walleye

    Walleye with a Plug

    1. Bryan Harper 0
      Wow nice healthy Eye!πŸŽ£πŸ‘Š
    2. Probably just a variation that depends on variables like what they are mostly eating, what kind of structures they are hanging out in, water color in the area, etc… ...more on top of that probably just gene variations too.
    3. Maybe you know the answer but Ive always wondered, why are the colors on the walleye often so different? You get some like that which are palish yellow/green, and ...more other times you get the ones that are almost gold with brown/green and vibrant....no I'm not talking about dead ones either lol. I thought maybe there were Sauger in LH but was told there arent.
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