Supporters

CAir Water Ice

 


Chemipure

 


Amazonas Customer Service

 


reef2rainforest.com

 


Aqua Ultraviolet

 


Doctors Foster and Smith

 


Kent Coralife Aqueon

Kent Coralife Aqueon

 


United Pet Group

 


Kens Fish

 


Sera

 


O.S.I.

 


Cobalt

 


ZooMed

 


Ecological Labs Marine Depot

 


Hikari

 


API

 


Pleco Feeder

 


Sister Club Info

About the Club

The Jersey Shore Aquarium Society meets at 8:00 p.m. on the second Monday of every month (except August) at American Legion 62 W. Main Street in Freehold, New Jersey.

Each meeting typically features an interesting presentation related to tropical fish topics. Our presenters are often professionals in their respective fields or experienced hobbyists.

For more information, Contact Us

Club Videos

2016 Feb Meeting-Brian Crush Salt Water fish Tanks (Part 1)
2016 Feb Meeting-Brian Crush Salt Water fish Tanks (Part 2)
2016 January Meeting (Part 1)
2016 January Meeting (Part 2)
2015 Fall Auction
2015 November Meeting

We would like to thank the businesses that donated to our 2016 Spring Auction

2016 Speaker List

  • JANUARY - Will Fitzgerald - Fish Rooms
  • FEBRUARY - Brian Crush - Saltwater
  • MARCH - Matt Wickey - Fish Nutrition
  • APRIL - Dean Majorino - Live Food Collecting
  • MAY - George Fear Underwater videos and Photos from Venezuela
  • JUNE - Kerry Dilks - Planted Aquariums
  • JULY - Samantha Tucker - Breeding Bettas
  • AUGUST - No Meeting
  • SEPTEMBER - Dr. Paul Loiselle
  • OCTOBER - Bowl Show - Bill Loach and ZooMed - New Products
  • NOVEMBER - Behind the Scene tour of Jenkinson's
  • DECEMBER - Holiday Party
Upcoming Events

Monthly Meeting

June 13th 8:00PM

Kerry Dilks

Planted Aquariums

At the South Wall Fire Rescue Company

2605 Atlantic Ave. in Manasquan, NJ

Doors are opening at 7:00PM

Door prize tickets and fish check-in ends at 8:00PM

Free refreshments, coffee, decaf and tea

Our meetings begin at 8:00 p.m. sharp and are held at South Wall Fire Rescue Company at 2605 Atlantic Ave. in Manasquan, NJ

The C.A.R.E.S. Preservation Program

Cares Program

The purpose of the C.A.R.E.S. Preservation Program is to create a base stock of conservation priority species through encouraging hobbyists worldwide to devote tank space to one or more species at risk and distribute offspring to fellow qualified hobbyists, while forming an information network between aquarists, scientists, and conservationists.

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