New Jersey's Ken Lockwood Gorge

July 8, 2005 By: Marshall Cutchin

Though heavily stocked, the Ken Lockwood Gorge on New Jersey’s Raritan river is both a tribute to a reknowned environmentalist and one of New Jersey’s best examples of a well-managed trout fishery. “The Gorge, as it is referred to, is what the state considers a year-round trout conservation area. This distinction is well deserved since it produces quality catches of brook, brown and rainbow trout time and time again.” Chris Lido in the Asbury Park Press.