Musconetcong River

Sussex - New Jersey

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A section of the Musconetcong River in Sussex County, New Jersey.

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Musconetcong River Fishing Reports

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  1. Don’t know exactly what kind of catfish, but it was tiny!

    6 in. Channel Catfish with a Bobby garland crappie baits

    1. Brady Field 0
      that is either a channel cat or a yellow bullhead cat
  2. Tiny little bass in Musconetcong River. Tons of fish biting today: catfish, sunfish, yellow perch, and largemouth bass. All very small

    5 in. Largemouth Bass with a Leland's Trout Magnet Trout Worms

  3. here's my big one for the day, also a nice surprise as i was happy to just catch a bunch of avg stockies in the conditions!

    Rainbow Trout with a pink worm

    1. Bryan Harper 0
      Nice colors!πŸŽ£πŸ‘
    2. Capt Morris Campbell 0
      I'm ready for some out west Trout fishing!!! Nice 'Bow Chris
    3. Scott S 0
      Nice looking Trout
    4. Christopher Pereira 0
      thanks guys
    5. Chad Jaco 0
      Beauty of a bow !!
    6. Robert Coleman 0
      Awesome colors! πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»
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  4. yesterday was way too windy to fish from a boat so my buddy and I went wade fishing for wild trout; we did well catching mostly smaller fish 6-11in but got a slam ...more of all 3 wild species (rainbow, brook and brown) My buddy landed a nice sized wild brown trout (pretty rare for NJ). We ended up seeing a much bigger fish but couldn't fool it into biting. so i went back after work and ended up catching the very same fish my buddy caught and released the day before! haha

    Brown Trout with a rapala

    1. Peter Olechiw 0
      That is an awesome looking trout!
    2. kenny thompson 0
      Nice Chris!!!
    3. Shawn Gearinger 0
      That's a beautiful fish, great catch!
    4. Christopher Pereira 0
      Definitely Morris! Around here these are quite a rare and pressious find. I've caught bigger hold overs in a reservoir and freshly stocked but this is the ...more largest wild one I've caught. Saw a bigger one that was obviously much smarter couldn't get him. My favorite part is when you release them in a few inches of water and they absolutely disappear like ghosts.
    5. Capt Morris Campbell 0
      That's a good time in my book!!!
    6. Noah Shapiro 0
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  5. 12 in. Trout with a streamer

    1. Tim Steinmetz 0
      Gorgeous rainbow!
  6. 12 in. Trout with a white streamer

    1. Tim Steinmetz 0
      Great picture!

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