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Author Topic: Public Piers or Bulkheads along the Tuckahoe around Corbin City  (Read 1516 times)
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« on: June 26, 2012, 04:44:52 PM »

Hey all, just finishing up a great week in ocean city but the Pier crabbing hasn't been so hot. We usually come down in August but came early this year. We hit up our usual spots under 34th street and or at the power plant per but only ended the days with about 8-10 keepers a day after 4 hours each day using bunker. I talked to a few fishermen who said the crabbing was much better on the Tuckahoe at the washouts in Corbin City area. I drove through Corbin City but couldn't find anything public looking aside from one little park with a gazebo. We're only here until Thursday and I'd love to knock en dead before leaving. Any help our tips on places would be greatly appreciated!
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« Reply #1 on: June 26, 2012, 05:02:52 PM »

Corbin City Game Preserve is located on Griscom Mill Road off of Route 50.   The preserve starts where the paved road ends.    Drive through the wooded area and it will eventually open into a brackish marsh.     Crab at the areas around culverts that go beneath the road.
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« Reply #2 on: June 27, 2012, 09:05:48 AM »

From the description, it sounds like you found the Atlantic County Park at Estell Manor (8 miles North of the Tuckahoe River bridge) I'm pretty sure that water is a tributary of the Egg Harbor River, not the Tuckahoe. Ditto Ron: the culverts off Griscom Mill could be productive. There could also be competition back there, but there are several sets of culverts - if one is crowded, keep going. The road will eventually loop back to Rt 50 a few miles North (different street name at that point) There are also some spots off of Mosquito Landing Rd through the Macnamara Preserve on the Tuckahoe side of the river, closer to Tuckahoe Rd (CR 631) than to Rt 50. However, the paths to those spots are sugar sand, and if you don't know the area and/or don't have 4WD, getting stuck is a possibility. Haven't crabbed either area in many years, but as best I recall, the culverts were more consistent as well.

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« Reply #3 on: June 27, 2012, 09:08:53 AM »

Ditto Ron: the culverts off Griscom Mill could be productive.

They are productive.  

You are correct.   Estell Manor is fed by the GEH River.    It's also productive crabbing there still.
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