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Coming from Bucks County, PA area across from Trenton, NJ.

Which ramp would be more accessible for a 20' CC with a T-top on a roller trailer?
Which would put me into striper territory quicker? The forecast this weekend doesn't look real pleasant so i plan on staying in the Bay or VERY close to shore.

I have no experience with either place for putting a boat in so i'm just looking for opinions on which is better and specifically what ramp to use.

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Either is fine, both municipal ramps. Fishing is good now right between the two locations mentioned but closer to keyport if that sways your decision.
 

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Keyport it is then. Slightly less drive too it looks like.

Any reccommendations for a nearby bait shop up there?

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Yup... Right around the corner from ramp. Joeys bait shack... They have bushels. Tell them Gary charter fox told you to stop there and they will hook you up. Keyport marine basin has a ramp but only good three hours before and after low as there is a little bridge no good w ttop... Use the municipal launch. Not sure how it's run but sure you can Google it. Sent you an email on the action up here...
 
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