Sorry bout that dodulik, when I used it in Oct. it was still 10 bucks. He knows with Bridgeport Boat yard out of bussiness that he has the only ramp in that area so there goes the price wars. I agree about the ramp at half way to low tide it can be a little muddy, but hey, if he's going to charge a premier price then he can pay to have it fixed. Thanks for the report they are on there way. For spring stripers I usually go to the free ramp in Salem and fish for them down there.dodulik said:It was pretty bad and cost $15. The woman said it will be $20 soon. I'll be using the West Deptford ramp starting april 1st it is only $10. You can try the ramp. The only trouble getting to the river was going under the two low bridges. We had to lower our antena and take the rods out of the rod holders to fit under. There was about 5-6 feet of clearance right around high tide.
Look up, tracker. That ramp sucks before and after high tide.trackerpt190 said:How about the ramp in Chester Pa under the CBB? I beleive that is a free ramp. Just have to pay bridge toll. I had our tow vehicle broke into there about ten years ago. Haven't been back since. Been using Bridgeport Marina ramp past several years but have heard it is not acessible. Anyone know for sure. Read something about Buttonwood Marina up the Racoon Creek a couple miles.Is this ramp decent?