The Bureau of Freshwater Fisheries currently has five fisheries biologists on staff. The primary delineation of responsibilities is based on regional watershed management areas. The state is divided into five regional watershed management areas. In addition to regional responsibilities assigned, each biologist has a specific area of expertise and oversees related research and management programs.
For information regarding management programs, or about a water you fish in, contact the appropriate biologist using the topics or the "clickable map" below.
FRESHWATER BIOLOGISTS and RESPONSIBILITIES
Fisheries Management in the Lower Atlantic Coastal Watershed
Warmwater Fish Management
Eric Boehm, Senior Fisheries Biologist
Fisheries Management in the Raritan and Passaic River Watersheds
Trout Management and Stream Temperature Monitoring
Scott Collenburg, Senior Fisheries Biologist
Research and Management Unit Supervisor
Native Fishes Management and Federal Grant Coordinator
Shawn Crouse, Supervising Fisheries Biologist
Fisheries Management in the Upper Delaware Watershed
Trout Management, GIS, Database Management
Ross Shramko, Senior Fisheries Biologist
Fisheries Management in the Lower Delaware Watershed
Warmwater Fisheries Management and Invasive Species
Chris Smith, Principal Fisheries Biologist
on watershed regionyou are interested in to e-mail the biologist.
Bureau of Freshwater Fisheries