Musconetcong River

Warren - New Jersey


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

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Musconetcong River Fishing Reports

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  1. Daughter caught her first lake trout. With no help.

    Lake Trout with a blade bait

  2. My dad caught this fat pickerel. We probably should have weighed it before we tossed it back. Now we can only guess

    Chain Pickerel

    1. Ian Brenly 0
      Thank you. I’m going to guess it will be his PB for a while πŸ€”
    2. Josh Sommerville 0
      Yessir!!!!.........Dandy!!
    3. Patrick McCarty 0
      if that is a pickerel it is a tank of a fish
    4. Chad Jaco 0
      That's a nice one!!
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  3. Largemouth Bass with a Ned rig

    1. Ian Brenly 0
      And Thank you πŸ‘πŸ»
    2. Ian Brenly 0
      tough bite finishing on the wrong side of a cold front. Happy to have caught it. Had to deadstick it and it nibbled like a bluegill and had very little fight
    3. Josh Sommerville 0
      Nice Solid OneπŸ‘πŸ»
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  4. 10 in. Brown Trout with a nymph

  5. With most parts of most rivers blown out and the wind at killer speeds saturday we had very limited options but my buddy had some sweet spots that he was nice enough ...more to share that were not only fishable, but gave us some nice sized recently stocked rainbows as well as this nice holdover (the difference in the fight is unmistakable!)

    Rainbow Trout with a pink worm

    1. Capt Morris Campbell 0
      Nice!!!
    2. Neal M 0
      Nice looking trout
    3. Christopher Pereira 0
      this and one other one were all full of piss and vinegar. I thought i had a monster hooked both times, but they were just 14-15" super fired up holdover stocked ...more rainbows from past years! basically a whole different species from the freshly stocked ones.
    4. Robert Coleman 0
      Good looking Bow Chris! πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»
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  6. This fish went ballistic when i hooked it, i was surprised of the fight it had after i saw it's small stature when it jumped! Much prettier fish than Robert's ...more big bass if i do say so myself...

    Rainbow Trout with a NOT A FLY

    1. Noah Shapiro 0
      Lol I have heard they are crazy
    2. Christopher Pereira 0
      eh i walk through a path with my waders into the river so i don't get any on me, only saw one tick so far this year and it was on my jeans in a pizza restaurant ...more haha
    3. Josh D 0
      How do you find the tick activity along the Musconetcong? I've heard it is awful this year.
    4. Kenneth Olivo 0
      Nice photo Chris
    5. Capt Morris Campbell 0
      Noah those stocker trout don't know the difference:) now that would be some fine big bass bait.
    6. Christopher Pereira 0
      I stirred two pots with one post...thats efficiency ☺️
    7. Robert Coleman 0
      Lol Now THAT may be true, but here again..... yummy yummy in my Bass' tummy!!!!!😁😁😁😁😁
    8. Roger Parker 0
      Gosh darn it cause he got a nice fish OR Gosh darn it cause he is stirring the pot with Robert??!! Lol
    9. Noah Shapiro 0
      Gosh darn it Christopher
    10. Roger Parker 0
      Great pic!!
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  7. 18 in. Golden Trout with a Wooly Bugger

    1. Robert Coleman 0
      Awesome fish Jim! πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘
    2. June Lee 0
      Where along the Musky?
    3. Leigh DeFilippis 0
      I didn't think Golden's were around anymore. Nice catch.
    4. Alice Hamilton 0
      Beautiful fish!
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  8. Details: Golden Rainbow Trout

    Large meal worm in the fast water

  9. 19 in. Rainbow Trout with a powerbait

  10. another nice wild brown caught on ultralight gear (sorry morris didn't fly fish again haha)

    Brown Trout with a rapala

    1. Noah Shapiro 0
      As long as there in a river your good.
    2. Christopher Pereira 0
      i know some spots littered with little smallmouth bass...i'm thinking that's probably my best bet for fly fishing practice. I won't care about losing ...more them, and not much else in those areas.
    3. Christopher Pereira 0
      i know some spots littered with little smallmouth bass...i'm thinking that's probably my best bet for fly fishing practice. I won't care about losing ...more them, and not much else in those areas.
    4. Sasha Tuttle 0
      Nice brown
    5. Sasha Tuttle 0
      Ah Chris fly fishing pa and NJ this time of year is a pain wait till spring to hone your skills I fished the bushkill lastnight in Easton nymphing and didn't ...more catch anything but a 12 inch stocker Brookie and leaves there horrible I thought I'd try while I'm up here though
    6. Christopher Pereira 0
      for a tip up through the ice musky! haha
    7. Musky bait
    8. Noah Shapiro 0
      Lol
    9. Kenneth Olivo 0
      Nice brown Chris!
    10. Capt Morris Campbell 0
      Nice trout Chris. Old habits..LOL
    11. Noah Shapiro 0
      Need to learn
    12. Christopher Pereira 0
      I need more practice fly fishing. I can't shake the fear of screwing up and losing a big fish haha
    13. Elisa T 0
      Lol Catching trout with Rapalas is my other favorite way to catch them! Perrrty Brown ya got there!
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