Fishing fun begins soon, when hickory shad, northern puffers and sea mullet make their runs north to the Pier. Shad offer a thrilling fight — they jump and shake their heads trying to spit lures, just like tarpon!
A protected fish, shad are tossed back quick. But not the others. In fact, anglers often target puffers and mullet for table fare. Tricky to clean, puffers yield two strips of white meat from their backs. Sea mullet are typically filleted, then fried. To keep up with what’s biting, see our daily Fishing Report.
Our education department has hundreds of students signed up to visit Jennette’s this month. They'll learn about solar and wind power through hands-on projects. The solar-boat program finishes up with exhilarating races in a large tub on the Pier deck. Great fun!
While smiling schoolkids fill the Pier on weekdays, happy couples with their families and friends flock to Jennette’s on weekends for weddings and fun-filled receptions in Oceanview Hall. April marks the start of a rental season that reaches well into fall, and nearly 50 events are already scheduled. Don't wait to book yours!
Our Green Team remains committed to keeping Jennette’s Pier clean and green. Our staff has sworn off single-use plastics, and we encourage our customers to do the same whenever possible.