Attached the results of the 2019 Summer Hybrid Striper Bass Contest held on July 13 and 14, 2019 on Lake Hopatcong. According to Rich Everett KDC Trusstee "The fishing was good and everyone survived Lake Hopatcong, it was great to be on the lake fishing."
The Knee Deep Club’s Hybrid Striped Bass contest is scheduled for this weekend July 13th & 14th. They will be making a final decision on Wed, July 10th as to whether they will be holding the contest or not due to Lake Hopatcong’s recent blue green algae bloom.
The Knee Deep Club will hold its spring Lake Hopatcong Walleye Weekend on May 18 and 19, 2019. The contest will begin at 5:00 AM on Saturday, May 18, 2019 and will conclude at noon on Sunday May 19, 2019.
On the weekend of July, 13th & 14th 2019 the Knee Deep Club of Lake Hopatcong will hold its Annual Hybrid Striped Bass Contest on Lake Hopatcong.
The following Lake Hopatcong Fishing Report came in from Dow’s Boat Rental on (05/01)
The following Lake Hopatcong Fishing Report came in from Dow’s Boat Rental on (06/06/2019), and the upcoming Knee Deep Club 2019 Stew Lant Challenge.
On May 5, 2019 the Knee Deep Club will be hosting its Lake Hopatcong Panfish Challenge! This is a one day contest which will be held from 5 AM to 4 PM. This contest is a “points contest”.
Sunday June 23, 2019, the Knee Deep Club and Ramsey Outdoor will hold its annual Stew Lant Challenge Largemouth and Smallmouth Bass fishing contest
The following Lake Hopatcong Fishing Report came in from Dow’s Boat Rental on (04/17)
The following Lake Hopatcong Fishing Report came in from Dow’s Boat Rental on (05/21), along with the results of the Knee Deep Club Spring Walleye Contest that was held May 18 & 19, 2018.
On Sunday April 14, 2019 the Knee-Deep Club held their Spring Trout and Pickerel fishing contest on Lake Hopatcong. The following are the results:
The following Lake Hopatcong Fishing Report came in from Dow’s Boat Rental on (05/11)
By Holly Odgers | LHF: Trout season officially opens on Lake Hopatcong at 8 am on Saturday, April 6. For many, the first day of trout season feels like the true mark that spring is finally here, and the weather is looking seasonally warm and even partly sunny for opening day!