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35 Broadway Pt Pleasant Beach, NJ 08742

   What's happening right now!

Fishing for Seabass/Fluke  1/2 day  2 trips daily 8am-12:30 pm and 2pm-6:30 pm

with Capt. Danny Gregory 

Just come down, no reservations needed! call our Fishing hotline for more information 732-496-5383 

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Welcome to Norma-K III
Kens Landing - Point Pleasant Beach, NJ

 

While you are here, don't miss out on all our information pages.

The Norma-K III is located at Kens Landing Marina in Point Pleasant Beach, NJ.

Whether seeking an all out fight against a bluefish, the delectable fillets of a fresh caught fluke, sea bass, cod, or other species, the Norma-K III gets you to our productive fishing grounds in comfort. Equipped with the latest electronics, the Norma-K III is by far one of the top producing party boats the shore has to offer. Best of all, our speed, stability, and overall angling comfort are second to none! Enjoy watching TV in the galley, our large observation deck, or comfortable cushioned bench seating with tables. If the weather gets cold, warm up in the galley or just grab hold of the heated hand rails. Everyone from the area's top anglers to families on vacation rave about our stability and friendly mates.

Thank you for visiting and we look forward to seeing you aboard!

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We sail year round for different species of fish.
Call for trip availability.

Our Trips

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SEA BASS FISHING EVERY DAY!

No reservations!

Clams are supplied. Bring your jigs if you like. 

7:30AM-2:30PM

 

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Norma-K III History

The history of the development of the inlet area in Point Pleasant Beach is actually a young one. When John Kennell Sr. moved here from Passaic in the late 1920's, there were not many people around. The inlet was all gentle sand dunes and weeds. At that time, "Jack" worked as an electrician. The young man built a house for himself in Point Pleasant. While working on a job back in Passaic, he cut his finger and had to go to the emergency room of a hospital. The nurse who treated him, Myrtle, took care of him so well that he married her in 1931. During the depression, the young couple was more fortunate than many others, even though work was scarce.