Lake Como restocked with fish following Superstorm Sandy's tidal surge

It's another milestone for the Jersey Shore in

It's another milestone for the Jersey Shore in the wake of Superstorm Sandy: Lake Como is ready to be restocked with fish. (August 25, 2014 11:23 AM)

It's another milestone for the Jersey Shore in the wake of Superstorm Sandy: Lake Como is ready to be restocked with fish.

Tidal surge during the 2012 storm dumped ocean water into the Monmouth County lake. It became too salty to sustain freshwater fish.

Biologists now say Lake Como is back to normal and will be able to support fish again.

More than 7,000 bass, catfish and sunfish...

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