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Home Port Chart 34 Shrewsbury-Navesink-Metedeconk-Shark-Manasquan Rivers
Home Port Chart 34 Shrewsbury-Navesink-Metedeconk-Shark-Manasquan Rivers

Home Port Chart 34 Shrewsbury-Navesink-Metedeconk-Shark-Manasquan Rivers

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    • Shrewsbury River
    • Navesink River
    • Metedeconk River
    • Manasquan River
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    #34 Shrewsbury-Navesink-Metedeconk-Shark-Manasquan Rivers

     

    ENLARGED Rivers

     

    UPDATED FEBRUARY 2006 ALL GPS

     

    Shows: Sandy Hook Bay, Sandy Hook Channel, Navesink River, Shrewsbury River, to Little Silver Creek, Town Neck Creek, Parkers Creek, Horseneck Point, and Oceanport Creek, out to Troutsmans Creek, enlargement of Shark River Inlet to Shark River through Belmar, to New Bedford and Manasquan Inlet (enlarged) to Pt. Pleasant to Brielle, to the Pt. Pleasant Canal and the Metedeconk River from Mantoloking to Bricktown, to Metedeconk, no discharge zones marked

    *Holes and humps shown

    *Markers and buoys highlighted

    *Boat Ramps shown

    *Clearly marked anchorages shown

    *Laminated-waterproof

    *Color coded depth and contour curve lines

    *Artificial Reefs show: Sandy Hook Reef-Sea Girt Reef-Mantoloking Reef

     

     

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    Louis
    CEO, BMC Tackle Inc.

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