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LAKE HOPATCONG, NJ

New Jersey's largest freshwater lake, Lake Hopatcong offers a multitude of options including hybrid stripers, walleye, muskellunge, largemouth bass and more. Join Berkley pro staffer Skip Lerman and The Fisherman's Jim Hutchinson, Jr. in this traveling angler spotlight in the Garden State.
By Mike Caruso
Spanning 2,800 acres, New Jersey's largest lake, Hopatcong (Lake of Many Coves) offers incredible variety including pickerel, walleye, largemouth and smallmouth bass, muskies, hybrid stripers and more. Less than an hour from New York City and nestled in some of the most idyllic scenery in all of the Garden State, Lake Hopatcong is truly a lake of many opportunities for all anglers from throughout the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast region. Enjoy this instructional guide to fishing Lake Hopatcong, with Berkley pro Skip Lerman (973-534-7834) fishing out of Dow's Boat Rentals (973-663-3826) with The Fisherman's Jim Hutchinson, Jr.



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