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Launching around Vineland

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I'd like to fish the Vineland area this coming week. I don't want to deal with the mess I keep hearing about at the public access over there. To fish that area, what resort can I launch out of and exactly where's it located?

Thanks!

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Hey Scoot,

Pay the ten bucks and launch at Eddy's. It has a protective harbor and a deep launch. You will not have to put up with the circus type atmosphere at the public launches. The best part is you are right in Vineland out of Eddy's. It is located right off 169 on the Katio State Park road. If you headed north and approach the state park road you will want to take a right instead of a left to the state park and you can not miss it, it's right there.

Hope this helps.

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Perfect- thanks.

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Go out of Rocky Reef, they have a decent launch also.

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Go out of Eddy's like the Skitterpopper says it has a protected harbor not like Rocky Reef Resort plus it is right by Vineland

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