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The short answer is YES. Please see our Fishing Licenses page.
Any kind of cut bait such as Finger mullet, bunker, and squid for the bigger fish (Bluefish, stripers, sharks). Bloodworms or artificials bloodworms for smaller fish such as spot, kingfish, croaker...
Live minnows or frozen shiners for flounder. Live eels for stripers in the inlet. Green crabs or sand fleas for tautog. Bloodworms or nightcrawlers for spot, sand perch, or any other little fish. Shrimp or bloodworms or squid for croaker.
Isle of Wight (with traps, the trailing on the pier is a little to hight for hand lines), Northside Park (125th St) and behind Convention Hall at 40th St. You can also crab behind our OysterBay Tackle store along Jamestown Road.
Grab the Coastal Fisherman newspaper by the door of the stores and all the boats are listed or Visit our Charter Boat page to check out our favorite party and charter boats.
Go to Bahia Marina at 22nd St is the largest boat rental in the area, or grab the Coastal Fisherman and check the ads.
Morning Star at Ocean City Fishing center, Angler at Talbot St. All are in Coastal Fisherman. These are the day boats that are the best. 1/2 day boats are at Bahia Marina at 22nd St and Ocean Princess at Dorchester St. Visit our Charter Boat page to check out our favorite party and charter boats.
Under the chin and out the eye socket.
Thread it on the hook.