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Grassy Sound Marina

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Nice place to keep your boat!

Grassy Sound Marina is a very well known marina in Wildwood, NJ. It has been there for many years... read more

Reviewed August 28, 2017
mispetey
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Cherry Hill, New Jersey
Fun Pier Fishing

Always a good time, pier fishing, reasonable rate, nice friendly staff, bait and tackle shop... read more

Reviewed September 9, 2016
nybing2016
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United States
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Aug 28, 2017
“Nice place to keep your boat!”
Jul 15, 2018
“Rude employees”
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13 N Wildwood Blvd, North Wildwood, NJ 08260-6071
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+1 609-846-1400
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Reviewed July 15, 2018 via mobile

Don't bother with these people they are extremely rude and condescending. Tried to ask a question while visiting the fishing pier and was met with complete hostility

1  Thank G C
Reviewed August 28, 2017

Grassy Sound Marina is a very well known marina in Wildwood, NJ. It has been there for many years. We use to go out with friends from Grassy Sound in their boat and I remember the friendliness and good prices!! Always enjoyed it there!

Thank mispetey
Reviewed September 9, 2016

Always a good time, pier fishing, reasonable rate, nice friendly staff, bait and tackle shop- everything you need for fun fishing...

Thank nybing2016
Reviewed July 30, 2016 via mobile

This guy's crazy charging $14 for a pint of minnows he is the most expensive on the island everyone else is charging $8 a pint don't waste your time with this place move on place down the street called dads has Fishing Pier and only...More

3  Thank joevaca
Reviewed July 17, 2015 via mobile

The people are great. Any supplies you need they have. We got some nice sized flounder and the guy even cleaned them right there on the pier for us. Caught a few crab too. Lunch was great!

Thank Tiffany E
Reviewed July 5, 2015

I have been going to the marina for years with my family and have never been disappointed. The staff is pleasant and inside the little shop, you can purchase anything that you might have forgotten to bring. My family is always successful with crabbing on...More

Thank Erica T
Reviewed June 15, 2015

Jim and Deb run a great family marina. We fell in love with the marina the day we walked in the door. I recommend Grassy Sounds to all my friends coming down for vacation and always get a thanks for the recommendation!

Thank Ed H
Reviewed June 11, 2015

Grassy Sounds Marina is Awesome because of the Owners and staff. And it in a grate location. I tell everybody how nice Jim and Debby are . And They do a great job ! I been at Grassy Sounds Marina for 6 years and it...More

Thank Tim F
Reviewed June 10, 2015

Everyone who works at Grassy Sound is friendly and inviting, as well as knowledgeable. I have brought my children there many times and have always had a lovely experience. They are welcoming and extremely helpful. I highly recommend!

Thank Kathleen C
Reviewed June 10, 2015

We have kept our last 2 boats at Grassy Sound Marina, this is our 9th year. The owners, the Mooer family, have been awesome to deal with. There has always been a friendly, family atmosphere and they always make sure our boat is taken care...More

1  Thank John C
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lratushny
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Response from Louanglog |
Basically..you do not need a license in NJ to go "recreational" fishing or crabbing..just respect the quantity/size limitations imposed on each species. Secondly..your PA BOATING license should suffice..otherwise.. you would... More
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