Sorry. Thanks for pointing that out.
From the Pennsylvania state line to Calhoun Street Bridge March 1 through March 31 and June 1 through Dec. 31.
The line of tidal demarcation in Both New Jersey and Pennsylvania is the Calhoon St. Bridge. It is considered the tidal barrier.
2 at 28" Pennsylvania From Calhoun Street Bridge upstream-Open year-round
2 at 28" all year New York
New Jersey Freshwater Delaware river
March 1st to December 31 2 rods and or lines
The NJDFG website isnt updated with the new regs yet.
The new NJ Regs
are two striped bass each day, each equal to or greater than 28 inches
Calhoun Street Bridge Mercer County Looking at Trenton New Jersey
Washingtons crossing is about 10 miles upriver from the that bridge.
The Delaware river has no salt water, including the tidal stretch that is not saltwater.
In Pennsylvania the entire length of the Delaware a license is needed.
It has a 10 foot tidal range and has no appreciable brackish water species there either.
New Jersey is different regarding the regulations. Below the Commadore Barry Bridge and downstream you dont need a fishing license. The Commadore Barry is probably 60 miles south of the Calhoun Street bridge. Salem Cumberland and Cape May counties a license is not needed. Fresh water fisheries. 609 292 8642