Where are the best locations in NJ

by by Kris
(NJ)

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Where are the best locations in NJ to find sea glass?

by Kris in New Jersey



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Fortescue Beach, NJ



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Holgate, NJ



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Fortesque Fortune

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Sandy Hook, NJ

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Sandy Hook Beach NJ



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Cape May, New Jersey,


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Dec 29, 2015
New Jersey seaglass
by: Tatianna

Sandy Hook....you have to acutally get in the water, then dig an sort

Good luck and happy hunting

Oct 17, 2015
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Feb 08, 2015
Sea glass extroidenair
by: Ted

I found a spot where there is seemingly an endless supply of sea glass. I would tell you but then it would be all gone.



Dec 26, 2014
Long Branch, NJ
by: Rebecca

I have been seaglassing in Long Branch, New Jersey for several years and have always found it to be excellent--for glass and pottery.

Last Christmas was one of the best sea glassing days I've ever had--pinks, jadeite, lots of turquoise and cobalt.

But, since the sand replenishment project this past spring/summer (2014), the glass is all gone. I'd say I've found five or so pieces total in my last three visits.

I don't know if all the glass has been buried or what, but it's gone.


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