The N.J. Boat Sale & Expo opens Friday and continues through the weekend at First Energy Park in Lakewood.

 Following is a press release from that event:
Where

FirstEnergy Park – Home of the Lakewood BlueClaws!

2 Stadium Way
Lakewood, NJ 08701
milb.com/lakewood/ballpark/firstenergy-park
(732) 901-70

FirstEnergy Park – Home of the Lakewood BlueClaws!
September 20-22, 2019

THE MOST AFFORDABLE AND CONVENIENT BOAT SHOW AROUND

This show has something for everyone, with hundreds of new boats on sale from the top dealers in the state, plus an expanded pre-owned boat section, boaters marketplace full of accessories and services, activities for the little boaters and much more. You’ll find the best selection and pricing at the Jersey Shore Boat Sale & Expo!

Purchase online and save $1 per ticket!

Anyone that purchases a ticket online for this year’s Boat Sale & Expo will automatically receive a ticket for the Lakewood BlueClaws Opening Night on April 16, 2020 as the team opens their 20th season at the Shore!

Additionally, everyone that purchases will be automatically entered into a raffle for a Luxury Suite on Opening Night. The Suite comes with 20 tickets to the game, indoor/outdoor seating, climate-control, HD-TV and other amenities. All ticket vouchers and the announcement of the Luxury Suite winner will be mailed out prior to the BlueClaws season in February. For details on the event visit njexpo.com

The northeaster is finally drawing to a close, and the shift to west winds should improve fishing and boating conditions for the weekend though a small craft advisory is posted to late Friday night for hazardous seas. Friday’s forecast is for 15-knot west winds gusting to 20 — plus 4-6-foot seas mostly from an east swell.

At Belmar, the Big Mohawk will return to fluke fishing at 7 am. The Ocean Explorer will provide a last shot at the seasonal fluke pool as they are chartered Saturday. The Golden Eagle reported a decent Wednesday of bluefishing for 4-6-pounders on jigs as they picked away all day.

The Jamaica from Brielle had another good catch Wednesday on their limited mid-range trip for bluefins, bonito and little tunny. One tuna was caught and another lost. They’ve added more of the limited trips on both the Jamaica and Paramount. Reservations must be made by calling 732 528-5014. There’s also room available on the Jamaica’s 5 p.m. Saturday 24-hour canyon trip.

Capt. Tom Savastano reports there will be a mass at 10 a.m. tomorrow at Sacred Heart Church in Bay Head for The Hammer — Eddie Zimny, who passed away on Sept. 11. Eddie was one of the great old-timers at the Point Pleasant surf and canal.

 

 

 

 

 

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