+1 on seaside. It gets insane on the weekends. I moved to monmouth county and can't get them now....dying for an online feed!
You should also program Marine 83A, which is used by the Coast Guard. Marine Channel 9 is another one. When a boater calls the CG on 16, they sometimes have them switch over to 9 for comms.MY Northern Ocean County feed has from Seaside Park, all the way up to Point Beach FD's, EMS & PD's that are in the clear. I have the OC trunk system Toms River, Brick and Lakewood Fire also. I also have marine 13, 16, 21,22,23,24,80,81,82 & 84. Metro Fire Radio South is also in the radio. The scanner is in Toms River on the water just north of the 37 bridge. It pretty reliably but it does go down from time to time and I never get notified that it's down.
A true Seaside feed 24 / 7 would be a blessing, It is nuts down there. I would also include the Life Guard Channels two from Seaside Heights and Seaside Park. I would leave out MONOC medics they will take over the feed in no time flat.
Elias... Thank You !! I also want to publicly thank you for all the years assisting me with Seaside Info for many years when visiting the shore every summer for the last few years, Also had the pleasure in meeting Elias a couple of years ago and he treated to the grand tour of the Seaside Heights Fire Department.Will do Tony,Monoc's main channel will be left out however i may include Monoc 1's frequency.