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NJ Pequest River, Alphano Road - Fishing


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Lat: 40.877239
Lng: -74.904549


Marker owner: Jellyjob



Average user rating for this marker: 3

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NJ Pequest River, Alphano Road
Marker Description: The Pequest River at Alphano Road Bridge has a series of nice deep pools. This bridge is a stocking location by the NJDF&W. Stockings are on Fridays and the stream is closed until 5:00 p.m.

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Re: Pequest River Alphano Road Bridge Posted by dnorris Sun. May 23, 2010 02:28 pm
After looking at the map, the Pequest River upstream from the Alphano Bridge heads away from any roads until it crosses under Route 80. It looks to be the longest section without easy access from Route 46 or elsewhere.

I spoke to a fisherman from Great Meadows and he told me that Bear Creek meets the Pequest in this section and that Bear Creek is a native trout stream. I'm wondering if anyone has fished this stretch?

I'm thinking of making a trip. Maybe it should be floated. If you have any tips, I'd like to know. Thanks.
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Re: Pequest River Alphano Road Bridge Posted by dnorris Sat. May 22, 2010 02:22 am
Three other fishermen had stringers full, lots of fish left in the water. Lots of follows fishing with Panther Martin.
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Re: Pequest River Alphano Road Bridge Posted by Jellyjob Sat. May 22, 2010 02:11 am
Fished today with my boyfriend - with spinners. Caught two.

The fish were hanging under the bridge. We got there at about 7:00 p.m., other fishermen told us they had caught many in the first two hours. There is a very nice pool right below the bridge. It looked to be very deep but the water was a bit murky so the depth couldn't be determined. There is also an extended slow pool above the bridge that bends up to another railroad bridge. We had multiple follows under and around the bridge, that is also where we caught the fish.
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