Conveniently located on Rt. 9, Creekside Outfitters is your number one bait and tackle supply shop in Waretown, NJ. Our recently renovated store is always fully-stocked with everything our local fishermen and anglers are looking for. If there is something you think we are missing, let us know! We aim to become your personal bait and tackle shop, and we're more than happy to take special orders or add items to our inventory.
As you know, the type of bait you use can make or break a fishing trip. Luckily for you, the friendly staff at Creekside Outfitters has the knowledge and expertise to help you along the way! We carry flats and cases, live bait, frozen bait, worms, clams, crabs, squid, offshore baits, and even deer bait for the land lovers!
We stock tackle and fishing supplies including: bait holders, nets, gaffs, rods, reels, lures, hooks, line, nets, rakes, rigs, sinkers, tackle boxes, tools, knives, and much more. In addition to our fishing hardware, we are also proud to offer clothes, hats, and fishing boots. To top it all off, we also sell fishing licenses and kayaks. Stop in today to get everything you need!
Our shop, located in Waretown, has a large parking lot for those pulling a boat behind them. So if you need to make one last stop before you hit the open water, choose Creekside Outfitters. Our fast service and easily maneuverable parking lot will have you in and out in no time!
Here is this week's report:
Blowfish are the fish of choice here! Still large quantities, good size to them and still at Research Buoy, the BI Buoy, on the west side of the bay in the sedges, in Highbar Harbor, and even off the bulkhead. A young angler has been dropping a chumpot off the bulkhead in Waretown and picking up 50 in a clip! Big kingfish are being caught-bigger than anyone has seen in a while. The same story with the weakfish. There are quantities in the bay and in the ocean.
At Garden State North tautog are being picked up, large sea bass are there as well and sharks have been sited too. Still picking up crabs in Oyster Creek.