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 The NJDEP Division of Fish and Wildlife recently conducted a survey to query hunters who hunt in NJ's APR zones.  Hunters who had previously purchased permits for these zones were contacted via postcard, inviting them to complete the survey (on the Survey Monkey website) on their experiences and opinions on hunting in those zones.

Unfortunately, there has been an unintended and unauthorized distribution of our survey by outside sources to hunters in states other than New Jersey and to hunters who do not hunt New Jersey APR zones. The compromise of the sampling protocol necessitated the closure of the survey.

We apologize for any inconvenience or confusion this may have caused. This survey will be conducted again in the near future. 

Thank you for your support of NJ's wildlife.


The NJDEP Division of Fish and Wildlife is reminding hunters that Monday, December 9, is the start of the Six-day Firearm Season for deer. The six-day or traditional "buck" season runs this year through December 14.

The season bag limit is two antlered deer, but the first buck must be reported via the Automated Harvest Report System before a second buck can be pursued. Hunters who do not harvest a buck or only harvest one buck during the six-day season have the opportunity to take one antlered deer during the Permit Shotgun Season if they purchase an antlered buck permit in addition to the regular zone permit. However, if a hunter harvests two antlered deer, he/she forfeits the opportunity to harvest an antlered deer during the Permit Shotgun season. 

For more information, visit http://www.njfishandwildlife.com/news/2013/sixday13.htm on the Division's website.


The NJDEP Division of Fish and Wildlife is reminding hunters that the Fall Bow Deer Season opens in certain zones on Saturday, September 14 and statewide on Saturday, September 28. The Youth Bow Hunting Day is Saturday, September 21.

The division is also reminding hunters that the Automated Harvest Report System (AHRS) is now used to register deer taken during all deer seasons.  Hunters are urged to familiarize themselves with the system and have their hunting location information available ahead of time.  Deer can be reported either online or by calling 855-I-HUNT- NJ (855-448-6865). 

For more information on the upcoming season and youth day visit http://www.njfishandwildlife.com/news/2013/fallbow13.htm on the division's website; for information on using the AHRS visit http://www.njfishandwildlife.com/ahrs.htm , also on the division's site.


The NJ DEP Division of Fish and Wildlife is reminding hunters that there have been extensive changes to hunting and trapping regulations for the 2013-2014 seasons.  These changes involve a reorganization of the Deer Regulation Sets, an expansion of weaponry and ammunition available for coyote hunting, the ability to take a coyote incidental to spring turkey hunting, the addition of air guns for the taking of squirrel, rabbit and hare, spring turkey hunting hours, and more. 

These and other changes are highlighted on page 6 of the 2013-14 NJ Hunting and Trapping Digest which is now available on the Division's website in PDF format.  Print versions are now scheduled to arrive on August 29 (an earlier message had them arriving this week; we apologize for any confusion).

Hunters should note that on page 62 in the Coyote/Fox season chart, the modern rifle ammunition now legal should be listed to include .17 caliber rimfire and centerfire rounds-not .177 which is an air gun projectile.

Also, on page 74, a clarification on modern rifle ammunition now allowed for hunting coyote and fox on WMAs during the special permit season include .17 and .22 caliber rimfire or .17 and up to .25 caliber centerfire ammo. See the chart on Digest page 62 for additional ammunition restrictions.  We apologize for any confusion.

Detailed information about the changes are found throughout the Digest, along with regular season information and feature articles. To view the Digest now, visit http://www.njfishandwildlife.com/dighnt13.htm on the Division's website.


The NJDEP Division of Fish and Wildlife is asking those who are out in the fields and woods of New Jersey at this time of year to be alert for deer that may be affected by Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease (EHD) and to report any suspected cases to the Division. Outbreaks typically begin in August; symptoms of EHD in deer may include difficulty standing, drooling, and/or emitting foam from the mouth or nose.  EHD is not a public health issue and is not a cause for concern about human health.

For more information on the disease and where to report suspected cases, please visithttp://www.njfishandwildlife.com/news/2013/ehd_alert13.htm on the Division's website.


 Six-day Firearm Deer Season Opens Dec. 3

The NJDEP Division of Fish and Wildlife is reminding hunters that  New Jersey's Six-day Firearm Deer Season opens on Monday, December 3. The Six-day or traditional "buck" season runs  through December 8, and will provide great memories and countless hours of excitement for sportsmen and sportswomen throughout New Jersey.

The season bag limit is two antlered deer, but the first buck must be reported before a second buck can be pursued. Hunters who do not harvest a buck or only harvest one buck during the Six-day Season have the opportunity to take one antlered deer during the Permit Shotgun season if they purchase an Antlered Buck Shotgun Permit. However, if a hunter harvests two antlered deer, he/she forfeits the opportunity to harvest an antlered deer during the Permit Shotgun Season.

All deer harvested must be reported either online or by telephone using Fish and Wildlife's Automated Harvest Report System (AHRS). This system is now in effect for all deer seasons, and replaces the previous deer check station system. Please see http://www.njfishandwildlife.com/ahrs.htm for information about the AHRS, including the new Deer Hunting Location Viewer.  The view will help you determine the township and Deer Management Unit (DMU) where you hunt prior to going into the field. Although you can report your deer without this information, every effort should be made to include it, as it is used to make improvements to deer hunting regulations. 

Hunters reporting a deer will be assigned a Confirmation Number in place of the metal possession seal formerly provided at check stations. The Confirmation Number must be kept with the deer and its parts.

For more information regarding the Six-day Firearm Deer Season seehttp://www.njfishandwildlife.com/news/2012/sixday12.htm on the division's website.



 The NJDEP Division of Fish and Wildlife has recently confirmed Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease (EHD) as the cause of death in a deer in Salem County. Other possible cases have been reported in Cape May, Gloucester and Camden counties, although these have not been confirmed by laboratory testing.

EHD is not a public health issue. It cannot be transmitted to people, and humans are not at risk by handling infected deer, being bitten by infected midges, or eating infected deer meat; however, the Division of Fish and Wildlife strongly advises against consuming meat from any game animal that appears ill. 

EHD is a common viral disease in deer that is contracted from the bite of a species of midge. EHD outbreaks end with the onset of colder weather, which will kill midges that spread the disease.

Deer exhibiting signs of EHD such as difficulty standing, drooling, emitting foam from the mouth or nose, or dead deer with no apparent wounds observed in or near water should be reported to any one of the following numbers:

Office of Fish and Wildlife Health and Forensics:
  Bill Stansley, 908-236-2118 
Bureau of Wildlife Management:
  Northern Region - Carole Stanko or Dan Roberts, 908-735-7040
  Central Region - Jodi Powers, 609-259-6965
  Southern Region - Joe Leskie, 609-748-2043 

For more information visit www.njfishandwildlife.com/news/2012/ehd_salem12.htm on the division's website. 


 The NJDEP Division of Fish and Wildlife is informing deer hunters that the Automated Harvest Report System (AHRS), first used during the 2012 Winter Bow Deer Season, is now in effect for reporting deer during ALL deer hunting seasons. The system replaces the deer check system, which required hunters to bring their deer to an official check station.

Under the new system, hunters must still report every deer harvested either by calling a toll-free number or via the division's license sales/harvest reporting website. Upon completing the reporting process a "Confirmation Number" is assigned for each deer being reported. That number is used to label deer brought to a butcher or taxidermist.

An online "Deer Hunting Location Viewer" will enable hunters to pinpoint their hunting location, providing them with zone, county, township and deer management unit information. Hunters are being urged to have this information available before going to their hunting location to speed the reporting process when they access the AHRS, whether by phone or online.

Detailed information about the system and how to use it is available on the division's website. Hunters should familiarize themselves with the system as well as this year's deer regulations which now include making the head of a harvested deer available to division law enforcement staff (if requested) within 48 hours of reporting a deer.

For introductory information on the AHRS please visit http://www.njfishandwildlife.com/news/2012/ahrs_intro.htm .


 The NJDEP Division of Fish and Wildlife will be providing a speaker at the Hunterdon County Federation of Sportsmens Clubs meeting in Sergeantsville on Thursday, August 9, at 7pm.  The topic will be the new Automated Harvest Report System (AHRS) which will replace the deer check station system in use since the 1970s.  The new system  requires hunters to report all harvested deer via a toll-free telephone number or online. The AHRS will be used during all deer seasons beginning with this year's Fall Bow Season.

The meeting will be at the Sergeantsville Fire Company on Rt. 523 in Sergeantsville.  Registration is requested with Loren Robinson at 908-782-1076 or at blackduke2@comcast.net as space is limited.

Information on the AHRS will be posted on the division's website by mid-August.


 The NJDEP Division of Fish and Wildlife is asking  those who are out in the field at this time of year to be alert for deer that may be affected by  Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease (EHD).  EHD is a common viral disease in deer that is contracted from the bite of a species of midge known as Culiocoides sonorensis. Although no diseased deer have been reported and confirmed this year, outbreaks of the disease typically begin in August and the state has experienced six outbreaks of EHD since 1955.  

Deer exhibiting signs of EHD, such as difficulty standing, drooling, emitting foam from the mouth or nose, or dead deer with no apparent wounds observed in or near water should be reported to any one of the following numbers: Office of Fish and Wildlife Health and Forensics: 908- 236-2118; or the  Bureau of Wildlife Management: Northern Region, 908-735-7040;  Central Region, 609-259-6965; or Southern Region, 609-748-2043. 

More information on EHD can be found on the division's website athttp://www.njfishandwildlife.com/ehd_info.htm.  


 The NJDEP Division of Fish and Wildlife is notifying purchasers of muzzleloader deer permits for zones covered by Regulation Sets 2, 3, 3A, 4, 6 and 8 that the season continues on Monday, January 2, 2012.  A typographical error for Reg. Sets 4, 6 and 8 erroneously lists January 3.

Hunters are reminded that 2011-2012 Muzzleloader Season permits purchased in 2011 remain valid for the remainder of the season in 2012 but a 2012 hunting license is required to hunt any special permit deer season that extends into the new year. The 2012 hunting and fishing licenses will be available beginning 10am on Thursday, December 15. 

The 2011-12 Hunting Digest should be consulted for season dates, bag limits and regulations pertaining to specific deer management zones. The Digest can be viewed at http://www.njfishandwildlife.com/dighnt.htm on the division's website; the 2011-2012 Game Code is available for review athttp://www.njfishandwildlife.com/pdf/2011/gamecode2011-12.pdf (pdf, 400kb), also on the division's site.


 The NJDEP Division of Fish and Wildlife is reminding hunters that December 5 marks the start of the Six-day Firearm Deer Season. The Six-day, or traditional "buck" season, runs through December 10. 

A significant regulation change for this year is the addition of Deer Management Zones 28, 30, 31, 34 and 47 to the zones where harvest of an antlered deer is restricted to deer with at least one antler having a minimum of three antler points. The other Antler Point Restriction DMZs include Zones 3, 9, 13, 27, 29, 35, 37, 40, 63 and 67. 

The season bag limit is two antlered deer, but the first buck must be brought to a check station before a second buck is taken. Hunters who do not harvest a buck or only harvest one buck during the Six-day Season have the opportunity to take one antlered deer during the Permit Shotgun Season if they purchase an antlered buck shotgun permit. However, if a hunter harvests two antlered deer, he/she forfeits the opportunity to harvest an antlered deer during the Permit Shotgun Season. 

Bowhunters may also harvest a buck during the Six-day Firearm Season with a bow, as long as they have a current Archery License and a Firearm License, or an All-around License. The buck should be tagged with the transportation tag for the Six-day Firearm Season from the Firearm or All-around license. 

For more on the season, including information about baiting, check stations, hunter orange and places to hunt, see http://www.njfishandwildlife.com/news/2011/sixday11.htm on the division's web site. 


 Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease (EHD) Outbreak Information

The  NJ DEP's Division Fish and Wildlife has been receiving reports of dead and dying deer since early August, presumptively due to Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease (EHD). Field investigations have yielded usable samples from seven deer to date. EHD has been isolated from five counties.

EHD is a viral disease spread by biting insects known as midges, which inhabit mud flats along waterways. As such, outbreaks are generally confined to specific drainages which contain the midges.   

To date, Fish and Wildlife is aware that EHD is present in the Millstone River and Passaic River drainage systems, and  reports of dead and/or dying deer have been received from the following locations:

Hunterdon County:  East Amwell, West Amwell
Somerset County:  Hillsborough, Montgomery
Mercer County:  Hopewell, Princeton, Hamilton
Morris County:  Madison, East Hanover, Harding, Florham Park, Great Swamp NWR
Union County:  Berkeley Heights

There is no need for the public to report additional sick or dead deer from these locations. Hovever, sick deer or deer found dead in or near water in locations other than those listed above should be immediately reported to Carole Stanko at 908-735-7040 or Bill Stansley at 908-236-2118. It is important to immediately report sightings from potentially new outbreak areas since EHD can only be isolated from animals that have been dead for less than 24 hours.

Additional information about EHD and the outbreak can be viewed at http://www.state.nj.us/dep/newsrel/2011/11_0103.htm .



 The NJDEP Division of Fish and Wildlife is reminding hunters that the Fall Bow Deer Season opens in certain zones on Saturday, September 10 and statewide on Saturday, October 1. The Youth Bow Hunting Day is Saturday, September 24.

For more information on the upcoming season and youth day, including regulation changes for 2011-12, visithttp://www.njfishandwildlife.com/news/2011/fallbow11.htm on the division's website.


  Possible Disease Outbreak in West-Central NJ Deer 

The NJDEP Division of Fish and Wildlife is advising hunters and other outdoors enthusiasts in the East Amwell, Hopewell and Hillsborough areas of west-central New Jersey to be alert for white-tailed deer that are experiencing symptoms of Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease (EHD), a localized virus that spreads among deer though the bites of midge flies.

EHD is not a public health issue. It cannot be transmitted to people, and humans are not at risk by handling infected deer, being bitten by infected midges, or eating infected deer meat - though the Division of Fish and Wildlife strongly advises against consuming meat from any game animal that appears ill.  

For more information on this possible outbreak of EHD visit http://www.state.nj.us/dep/newsrel/2011/11_0103.htm on the DEP website.


 In response to a request to the NJ Fish and Game Council to add Antler Point Restrictions (APR) to five southern New Jersey Deer Management Zones (DMZ), the NJDEP Division of Fish and Wildlife conducted a scientific survey to obtain a concensus of opinion from deer hunters in the proposed zones. 

Based on the survey results, the recently approved Game Code Amendments provide that DMZs 28, 30, 31, 34 and 47 will have APR regulations beginning with the 2011 Fall Bow Deer Season. 

For details on the survey results, including the survey assessment document, visithttp://www.njfishandwildlife.com/news/2011/apr_survey.htm on the division's website.


Comment on Proposed Game Code Amendments

The NJDEP Division of Fish and Wildife is encouraging the public to review and comment on the proposed Game Code amendments for the 2011-2012 hunting and trapping seasons. The Game Code governs the activities relating to the taking of wildlife classified as game animals, game birds, or furbearers.

The public comment period is open until June 30, 2011. Comments can be submitted in writing or via an online form. Additionally, a public hearing will be held Tuesday, May 17, 2011 at 6:30 pm at the NJ State Museum, 205 West State Street, Trenton, NJ 08625.

Proposed changes include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • The addition of five days to the rabbit and hare hunting season
  • A statewide closure of the bobwhite quail season, with the exception of the Greenwood and Peaslee WMAS and existing semi-wild and commercial shooting preserves
  • The elimination of separate black bear hunting seminars as bear hunting will now be included in the regular hunter education classes
  • The creation of special black bear farmer permits
  • The addition of a second Saturday to the fall turkey hunting season
  • Expansion of the early bow and arrow-only coyote and fox season, and regular coyote and fox season dates
  • Removal of the requirement for youth hunters to take an antlerless deer before an antlered deer during the early fall bow deer season
  • Inclusion of five additional deer management zones (DMZ) into the Antler Point Restriction program
  • Creation of a new deer regulation set
  • Boundary changes to DMZs 19, 23, 25 and 65
For more information on submitting comments, and to view the full proposal document, see the Notice of Rule Proposal at www.nj.gov/dep/rules/notices/050211a.html on the DEP website.



Deer Classic Winners Honored

The NJDEP Division of Fish and Wildlife honored the top three entries in thirteen categories in New Jersey's Outstanding White-tailed Deer Program at the Garden State Deer Classic on Sunday, January 16 at the Garden State Outdoor Sportsmen's Show in Edison.  The deer were harvested during the 2009-2010 hunting seasons.
 

For the list of winners, as well as photos of the impressive deer on display at the Classic, visit http://www.njfishandwildlife.com/classic11winrs.htm on the division's website.  For information on the Outstanding White-tailed Deer Program, including the list of all-time winners, visithttp://www.njfishandwildlife.com/outdeer.htm .


Hunters Gearing Up for New Jersey's Six-day Firearm Deer Season

November 23, 2010

More than 60,000 hunters are finalizing plans and gearing up to head into the wilds of the Garden State for the fast approaching December 6 opening day of New Jersey's Six-Day Firearm Season for deer. The six-day, or traditional "buck" season runs this year through December 11, and is the most popular of the deer hunting seasons in New Jersey.

The season bag limit is two antlered deer, but the first buck must be brought to a check station before a second buck is taken. Hunters who do not harvest a buck or only harvest one buck during the six-day season have the opportunity to take one antlered deer during the permit shotgun season if they purchase an antlered buck shotgun permit. However, if a hunter harvests two antlered deer, he/she forfeits the opportunity to harvest an antlered deer during the Permit Shotgun Season.

Firearm hunters must wear a cap made of solid daylight fluorescent orange or an outer garment containing at least 200 square inches of fluorescent orange material visible from all sides at all times while engaged in hunting. A camo-orange hat alone is not adequate.

Baiting is allowed for deer hunting in New Jersey, and hunters may hunt for deer while in a tree, on the ground or in a structure, and from any height and any distance from the bait pile. Hunters should always check with landowners or administrative agencies before placing bait on their hunting area however, as baiting is not allowed on properties such as national wildlife refuges.

Checking in a deer is a mandatory requirement in New Jersey for successful hunters. Immediately upon harvesting any deer, hunters must complete in ink all information requested on the transportation tag and the tag should then be securely attached to the deer. Youth and farmer hunters creating a hand-written transportation tag (pdf, 25kb) must include their Conservation ID number, date, hunting season, gender of deer, number of antler points, county, township and deer management zone.

A list of deer check stations can be found beginning on page 58 of the 2010 Hunting and Trapping Issue of the Fish and Wildlife Digest, which can be viewed online at www.njfishandwildlife.com/dighnt10.htm. Hunters should call ahead to learn the hours of operation of the deer check station they plan to bring their deer to. Hunters should also be respectful when transporting deer to and from a check station, butcher or taxidermist by rinsing away excess blood, and turning the field-dressed side to face in toward their vehicle.

Hunters looking for a spot to find their antlered deer now have more than 750,000 acres of public land open to deer hunting. The mixture of Wildlife Management Areas, State Parks and Forests, National Wildlife Refuges and an increasing number of County and Municipal properties offer a wide diversity of deer habitat and plenty of opportunities for quality deer hunting experiences. It is important though to ensure the area you want to hunt IS open to hunting before you step onto the property. A listing of public land open to deer hunting can be found on pages 88 and 89 of the 2010 Hunting and Trapping issue of the NJ Fish and Wildlife Digest and online atwww.njfishandwildlife.com/huntland.htm. Hunters must have permission to hunt agricultural or private land even if the land is not posted, and should obtain permission before hunting any private property.

Important Note: The legislative change amending the law to legalize deer hunting on Sundays on Wildlife Management Areas and on private property only pertains to bow and arrow hunting. This change does not include any firearm hunting for deer. There are no exceptions to this law. Likewise the legislative change to the safety zone, which reduced the safety zone to 150 feet for archery hunters only, applies to hunters using archery equipment during the six-day firearm season; not firearm hunters who must still comply with the 450-foot safety zone.

Sportsmen and sportswomen have always been an integral part of their communities and have stepped up in many ways. This is exemplified by their participation in theHunters Helping the Hungry program, an organization that has enabled hunters to donate 365,000 pounds of venison to feed New Jersey families since 1997.

Hunters interested in participating in the Hunters Helping the Hungry program should be aware that during the Six-day Firearm Deer Season butchers will not be able to accept deer donations due to the volume of deer they will handle from regular customers. Deer donations will be accepted after the six-day season, but hunters should check on the availability of funds before harvesting a deer intended for donation by visiting www.huntershelpingthehungry.org.

Anyone interested in making a charitable contribution to offset the program's meat processing costs may send a check payable to: Hunters Helping the Hungry, P.O. Box 587, Lebanon, NJ 08833. A list of participating butchers can be found on page 58 of the 2010 Hunting and Trapping Issue of the Fish and Wildlife Digest.

Everything you need to know about deer hunting in New Jersey is posted on the Division of Fish and Wildlife Web site at www.njfishandwildlife.com/deer.htm. Hunters should also have a copy of the 2010 Hunting and Trapping Issue of the Fish and Wildlife Digest and be completely familiar with the rules and regulations pertaining to the area or areas they will be hunting.

Hunters afield for the Six-day Firearm Deer Season have no doubt heard that New Jersey's black bear hunting season will also be running concurrently. Information about the black bear hunting season can be found at www.njfishandwildlife.com/bearseas10.htm. Anyone wishing to participate in the season must have completed a bear training seminar and possess a Black Bear Hunting Area Permit.

It should be noted that while baiting is allowed for deer hunting in New Jersey, no person shall attempt to take or kill a black bear or have in their possession or control any firearm, or other weapon of any kind, while elevated in a standing tree or in a structure of any kind within 300 feet of a baited area. On national wildlife refuges and at the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, the distribution of bait and/or hunting over bait is prohibited.




 The NJDEP Division of Fish and Wildlife's Office of Fish and Wildlife Health and Forensics (OFWHF) reports that Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease (EHD) has been confirmed in Deer Management Zone 63 in Salem County. A total of 80 deer are believed to have died due to this EHD outbreak from mid-September to mid-October, 2010.

The virus is transmitted from infected deer via biting midge flies. The disease is not transmissible to humans. 

Because cold weather terminates midge activity the outbreak is not expected to spread further. Deer which are unable to stand and are drooling or emitting foam from the mouth and nose could be suffering from EHD. Similarly, those found dead in the water or near the water with no apparent wounds should be considered suspect EHD cases and the OFWHF should be notified immediately by calling 908-735-6398. 

For more information on the outbreak visit http://www.njfishandwildlife.com/news/2010/ehd_outbreak10.htm on the division's website.


 New Jersey's regular Fall Bow deer hunting season kicks off statewide on Saturday, October 2 and extends through October 29. This season, Garden State bow hunters will benefit from another important regulation change, which comes on the heels of two changes implemented last season that significantly expanded bow hunting opportunities in our state.  The expansion of bow hunting opportunities in New Jersey is gaining wide recognition through Whitetail Journal magazine, which recently chose the Garden State as one of the top five crossbow deer hunting states in the nation.

Last season, bow hunting regulations were changed to allow the use of crossbows and to permit Sunday bow deer hunting on Wildlife Management Areas and private property. This season, the bow hunting safety zone distance was reduced from 450 feet to 150 feet through the Bowhunting Safety Zone Perimeter Bill. The safety zone distance reduction does not apply to school playgrounds, which still require a 450 feet safety zone. Any portion of the school grounds (including fields used for sports) that could be used for play or recreation is considered to be part of a playground.

The owner or lessee of a building and persons specifically authorized by the owner or lessee in writing (written permission must be in possession while hunting) may hunt closer than 150 feet from their building. Hunters authorized to hunt within 150 feet of a building must hunt from an elevated position to shoot down toward the ground. Shooting into a safety zone is prohibited. 

Fall Bow season hunters who did not take an antlered deer during the early Fall Bow season have their choice of taking either an antlered or antlerless deer first, unlike the early season where hunters are required to first take an antlerless deer. 

The Fall Bow deer hunting season is immediately followed by the Permit Bow season, which opens on October 30 and runs through November 27 in some deer DMZs but extends through December 31 in most DMZs. Antlerless and Antlered Buck Permits for the Permit Bow season can be purchased online or at license agent locations beginning October 5. 

More than 750,000 acres of public lands are open to the New Jersey deer hunter looking for a place to hunt. A current listing of these lands can be found athttp://www.njfishandwildlife.com/hunting_publicland.htm . Online maps of Wildlife Management Areas are also available and can be viewed athttp://www.njfishandwildlife.com/wmaland.htm. 

Complete information and regulations for deer hunting in New Jersey can be found on the Fish and Wildlife Web site at:http://www.njfishandwildlife.com/deer.htm and in the 2010 Hunting and Trapping Issue of the New Jersey Fish and Wildlife Digest available at license agent locations or online at http://www.njfishandwildlife.com/dighnt.htm . 



 The NJDEP Division of Fish and Wildlife has announced that the bowhunter perimeter bill has been signed by Governor Christie and is now law. The new law changes the area for bow hunting around an occupied building to 150 feet, and will assist in providing a means of accessing and controlling deer populations.

The minimum distance from an occupied building where a bowhunter may have a nocked arrow is now reduced from 450 feet to 150 feet. Carrying a bow with a nocked arrow within 150 feet of an occupied building or 450 feet of any school playground is prohibited. Any portion of the school grounds (including fields used for sports), that could be used for play or recreation, is considered to be part of a playground.

The owner or lessee of a building-and persons specifically authorized by the owner or lessee in writing (written permission must be in possession while hunting)-may hunt within 150 feet of the building. Persons authorized to hunt within 150 feet of a building must hunt from an elevated position to shoot down toward the ground. Shooting into a safety zone is prohibited.

See the 2010 Hunting Issue of the NJ Fish and Wildlife Digest ( http://www.njfishandwildlife.com/dighnt10.htm ) for more information regarding safety zones. Hunters should be completely familiar with safety zone regulations before taking to the field.



There were errors in the 2009-2010 Harvest Summary Table by Zone and Season which was posted on Friday and announced by the NJ DEP Division of Fish and Wildlife earlier today.  A change in the source table resulted in several column headings being incorrect.  The corrected version was posted at 11 am this morning.
 

The corrected table can be viewed at http://www.njfishandwildlife.com/pdf/2010/09-10_deer_totals.pdf (PDF format) on the division's website. We apologize for any inconvenience or confusion.

-NJ DEP Division of Fish and Wildlife




2009-2010 Deer Harvest Data Available

The NJ DEP Division of Fish and Wildlife has posted harvest statistics for the 2009-2010 deer seasons on its website.  The data tables include harvest summaries by zone and season and by county.  A comprehensive harvest summary table provides data reaching back to the 1972-73 deer seasons.

To view the data, as well as other information about deer in New Jersey, visit http://www.njfishandwildlife.com/deer.htm .




Free fishing and hunting licenses, stamps and permits for NJ resident veterans with a service-connected disability have been available since 2000.  The NJ DEP Division of Fish and Wildlife issues these licenses to eligible veterans after a certification process requiring proof of honorable discharge from any branch of the Armed Forces and who have been declared by the US Department of Veterans Affairs to have a service-connected disability of any degree.
 

Eligible veterans only need to apply once for disabled veteran certification.  Only the division can approve certification; license agents are not authorized to do so.  Once certified, free licenses, stamps and permits can be obtained from any license agent or via the division's license website.  Regular license requirements (i.e. applicable hunter education course completion for hunting licenses, etc.) apply.
 

Certification can be completed at three division offices (no license agents) or via the mail.
 

For more information, including a link to a mail-in application form, visit http://www.njfishandwildlife.com/dvinfo.htm on the division's website.  Please be sure all required documentation listed on the application is provided to avoid processing delays.




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Whitetail Domains LLC is a geospatial social networking website service combined with a lease and/or ranch and herd management system aimed at the whitetail deer hunting market in North America. By using or accessing this website (the "Site"), or by using any of the content hosting and sharing services provided via the Site ("Services"), you agree to be bound by these Terms of Service and by the Privacy Policy of Whitetail Domains LLC (" Whitetail Domains "), which are collectively referred to as the "Agreement." Please read the terms of this Agreement carefully. If you do not agree to the terms of this Agreement, then you may not use or access the Site or any of the Services of Whitetail Domains.

This Agreement sets forth the legally binding terms for your use of Whitetail Domains’s many individual Services. By using our Services, you agree to be bound by this Agreement, whether you are a "Visitor” or “Guest”, a Registered User (which means that you have registered with Whitetail Domains.com), or a fee-based "Member" of the site.

Users are only authorized to use the Services if you agree to abide by all applicable laws and to this Agreement. If you do not agree with all the terms contained herein, you should immediately terminate your use of Whitetail Domains.com and discontinue andy future use of its Services.

Whitetail Domains.com has the exclusive right to modify this Agreement as it feels necessary. Such modifications are in affect from the moment upon posting to the Whitetail Domains.com website. All Users alike are bound to any changes to this Agreement perpetually, regardless of specific revisions so long as they continue to utilize Whitetail Domains.com Services.

Whitetail Domains may, in its sole discretion, modify this Agreement from time to time, and may modify, suspend, or terminate the Site and Services, for any reason, and without notice. Although you may be asked to indicate your assent to the terms of this Agreement only once (e.g., when you register for a Whitetail Domains account), the terms of this Agreement, as modified by Whitetail Domains from time to time, will govern all use of the Site and Services. By continuing to use or access the Site or any of the Services, you agree to be bound by the Terms of Service in effect at the time of such use or access.

Description Of The Service

Whitetail Domains provides its Registered Users (defined below) with the ability to host a variety of content, including without limitation images and videos (including any audio accompanying the videos) ("Content") that Registered Users own or to which they have the necessary rights (" User Content "), in order to share User Content via the Web. Visitors, or “Guests” to the Site may view or share certain aspects of the User Content, but Guest Users are restricted via the website from viewing certain User Content or sharing certain User Content. Under the current terms of this Agreement, Guest and Registered Users will enjoy these Services free of charge. Members of Whitetail Domains are users of the system who pay a nominal fee for the ranch and/or lease management portion of the website. Members of Whitetail Domains have the highest level of services and access to the system and Members enjoy the ability to maintain a private website for their own ranch and/or lease and/or hunting club (“ Hunting Club ”). Members further enjoy a complete record management system for their Hunting Club and only current members of their own club may share User Content between and amongst other current members of the Hunting Club.

Although the Site and Services are normally available, there will be occasions when the Site or Services will be interrupted for scheduled maintenance or upgrades, for emergency repairs, or due to failure of telecommunications links and equipment that are beyond the control of Whitetail Domains. Also, although Whitetail Domains will normally only delete Content that violates this Agreement, Whitetail Domains reserves the right to delete any Content for any reason, without prior notice. Deleted content may be stored by Whitetail Domains in order to comply with certain legal obligations and is not retrievable without a valid court order. Consequently, Whitetail Domains encourages you to maintain your own backup of your User Content. In other words, Whitetail Domains is not a backup service. As discussed further in this document, Whitetail Domains will not be liable to you for any modification, suspension, or discontinuation of the Services, or the loss of any Content.

Whitetail Domains.com has the exclusive right to modify this Agreement as it feels necessary. Such modifications are in affect from the moment upon posting to the WhitetailDomains.com website. Guest, Registered Users, and Members alike are bound to any changes to this Agreement perpetually, regardless of specific revisions so long as they continue to utilize WhitetailDomains.com Services.

Registered Users and Members should exercise caution when choosing what specific information to post on WhitetailDomains.com. Whitetail Domains does not permit the use of photographs containing nudity, or obscene, lewd, excessively violent, harassing, sexually explicit or otherwise objectionable subject matter. Despite this prohibition, information provided by other Whitetail Domains.com Users may contain inaccurate, inappropriate, offensive or sexually explicit material, products or services. WhitetailDomains.com assumes no responsibility or liability for this material whatsoever. If you become aware of the misuse of the Services by any person, please contact Whitetail Domains.com immediately.

WhitetailDomains.com reserves the right to reject, refuse to post or remove any posting by its Registered Users or Members, or to restrict, suspend, or terminate access to all or any part of its Services at any time, for any without prior notice, and without liability.

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Use of and Membership in the Services is void where prohibited. By using the Services, you represent and warrant that (i) all registration information you submit is truthful and accurate; (ii) you will maintain the accuracy of such information; (iii) your use of the Services does not violate any applicable law or regulation. Your account may be deleted and your utilization of the Site may be terminated without warning, if we believe that these guidelines are not upheld.

In order to access certain features of the Site and the Services, and to post Content, you must create a Whitetail Domains account. You may create an account on the Registration page. Once you have created an account, you will be a " Registered User ." Registered Users are limited to one free account per person. You may also upgrade to a "Member" account by paying a membership fee which enables your access to the ranch and/or lease and herd management system. Your Whitetail Domains account is solely for your own personal use and benefit. You are responsible for safeguarding the password that you use to access the Site and Services. You agree not to disclose your password to any third party nor to permit any third party to use your Whitetail Domains account. You agree to take sole responsibility for any activities or actions under your password, whether or not you have authorized such activities or actions. You will immediately notify Whitetail Domains of any unauthorized use of your password. In registering and creating an account, you agree to provide accurate, current and complete information, and to promptly update that information as necessary. Whitetail Domains will have no liability for failure to deliver notices that result from inaccurate account information.

At any time and at the sole discretion of Whitetail Domains, you may be limited to the file size, bandwidth, and storage limitations related to your account level. Whitetail Domains reserves the right , with prior written notice, to disable Users that are using excessive bandwidth or otherwise abusing the system. Whitetail Domains has the right to change its file size, bandwidth, or storage limitations without notice.

You acknowledge that Whitetail Domains reserves the right to charge for its Guest and Registered User Services and to change its fees from time to time for all User types at its discretion. If and when Whitetail Domains chooses to charge a fee for Guests or Registered Users, you will be so notified and bound to the terms herein. Failure to accept the terms of this agreement will result in the suspension of your account. Termination of your Membership because you have breached the Agreement, shall not be entitled to any applicable refund of any unused portion of applicable subscription fees.

This Agreement shall remain in full force and effect while you use the Services as a Guest or Registered User, or are a Member. Members of Whitetail Domains are billed annually in advance, and in the absence of your termination of your Membership status, your Membership will be renewed automatically each year on the anniversary date of your initial subscription date. You may terminate your Membership at any time, for any reason, by following the instructions on the Member Registration page. Termination becomes effective at the end of your then current annual subscription period, and Whitetail Domains is not obliged to refund any unused potion of your Membership fees. Whitetail Domains.com may terminate your Membership at any time, without warning and without liability.

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Whitetail Domains does not claim any ownership rights in any User Content that you choose to post to the Site. After posting User Content to the Site, you continue to retain all ownership or license rights in your User Content and you continue to have the right to use your User Content as you did prior to such posting. Further, Whitetail Domains will not disclose either on the Site or to any 3rd party any User data marked as “private”, nor will Whitetail Domains disclose any personal data about you, including you name, your ranch name (if marked as private), address, and other contact information (such as email addresses) to any 3rd party.

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  • Resell the Services, in whole or in part;
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  • Use the Site or Services in any manner not permitted by this Agreement.


Whitetail Domains does not control the Content in Registered Users and Members accounts and does not have any obligation to monitor such Content for any purpose. However, on both free and Member accounts, and regardless of whether the Content is public or private, Whitetail Domains may choose to monitor such Content at any time, in its sole discretion. Whitetail Domains reserves the right at all times to terminate your account, and delete any and all Content, in whole or in part, for any reason including without limitation violations of this Section, or of any part of this Agreement. Whitetail Domains reserves the right at all times to disclose, in its sole discretion, any Content as necessary to (a) satisfy any law, regulation, or governmental request or (b) reduce or prevent what Whitetail Domains considers to be, in its sole discretion, a serious or imminent threat to your health or safety, or the health or safety of another. For information regarding Whitetail Domains handling of your personally identifiable information, refer to the Whitetail Domains Privacy Policy.

Age Requirements

Users of the Services must be at least 13 years of age. Children under the age of 13 are not permitted to use the Service and no information of children under the age of 13 will be knowingly collected by Whitetail Domains. If a parent or guardian becomes aware that his or her child has provided us with personally identifiable information without the parent or guardian's consent by, for example, misrepresenting his or her age, that parent or guardian should contact us at the Contact Us page. If Whitetail Domains determines that it has collected personal information of children under the age of 13, Whitetail Domains will immediately delete such information and any accounts believed to be held by children under 13.

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THE SERVICES, CONTENT, SITE, AND ANY SOFTWARE ARE PROVIDED ON AN "AS IS" BASIS, WITHOUT WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED. WITHOUT LIMITING THE FOREGOING, WHITETAIL DOMAINS DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, OR NON-INFRINGEMENT.

Limitations Of Liability

You understand that Content is posted by users and that Whitetail Domains has only limited control over the Content that is made available via the Site and Services. You understand that by using the Site and Services, you may be exposed to this Content. You acknowledge that Whitetail Domains will not be liable for
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  • the deletion, failure to store, mis-delivery, or untimely delivery of any information or material; (c) Site unavailability or Service interruptions; or
  • the defamatory, offensive, or illegal conduct of any third party.


IN NO EVENT WILL WHITETAIL DOMAINS BE LIABLE TO YOU OR TO ANY THIRD PARTY FOR ANY INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, PUNITIVE, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION LOSS OF DATA, SERVICE INTERRUPTION, COMPUTER FAILURE, OR PECUNIARY LOSS) ARISING OUT OF THE USE OR INABILITY TO USE THE SITE OR ANY SERVICES, WHETHER BASED ON CONTRACT, WARRANTY, TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE), PRODUCT LIABILITY OR STRICT LIABILITY OR OTHER THEORY EVEN IF WHITETAIL DOMAINS HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES.

IN NO EVENT WILL WHITETAIL DOMAINS' AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU OR TO ANY THIRD PARTY FOR ANY AND ALL CLAIMS ARISING OUT OF THE USE OF THE SITE OR ANY SERVICES EXCEED THE AMOUNTS YOU HAVE PAID TO WHITETAIL DOMAINS. You acknowledge that Whitetail Domains has set its prices and entered into this Agreement in reliance upon the limitations of liability specified herein, which allocate the risk between the parties and form a basis of the bargain between the parties. Some jurisdictions do not allow the exclusion or limitation of liability of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation may not apply to you.

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You agree to defend, indemnify, and hold harmless Whitetail Domains and its officers, directors, employees, and agents, from and against any claims, liabilities, damages, losses, and expenses, including, without limitation, reasonable legal and accounting fees, arising out of or in any way connected with your access to or use of the Site or Services, or your violation of this Agreement. Whitetail Domains reserves the right, at its own expense, to assume the exclusive defense and control of any such claim otherwise subject to defense by you, in which event you will cooperate with Whitetail Domains and its counsel, as necessary, in the conduct of such defense.

Links To 3rd Party Sites

The Site may contain links to third-party websites or resources. You acknowledge and agree that Whitetail Domains is not responsible or liable for: (i) the availability or accuracy of such websites or resources; or (ii) the content, products or services on or available from such websites or resources. Links to such websites or resources do not imply any endorsement by Whitetail Domains of such websites or resources or the content, products, or services available from such websites or resources. You acknowledge sole responsibility for and assume all risk arising from your use of any such websites or resources. For the terms and conditions governing your use of Partner Sites, refer to the terms of service governing those websites.

Forum And Choice Of Law

This Agreement will be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of Texas, without regard to its conflicts of law rules. You expressly agree that the exclusive jurisdiction for any claim or action arising out of or relating to this Agreement or your use of the Services will be filed only in the federal courts located in the State of Texas, or state courts located in Fort Bend County, Texas. You further agree and submit to the exercise of personal jurisdiction of such courts for the purpose of litigating any such claim or action. You agree that regardless of any statute or law to the contrary, any claim or cause of action arising out of, or related to, use of the Services or this Agreement must be filed within one (1) year after such claim or cause of action arose, or be forever barred. Disputes must be settled by arbitration utilizing the dispute resolution procedures of the American Arbitration Association (AAA) in Houston, Texas.

Refund Policy

Whitetail Domains will not honor any refunds for any paid Whitetail Domains services, including without limitation Member account payments, more than thirty (30) days after you last submitted such payment to Whitetail Domains. Should you find the need to request a refund, please email Customer Service or call us at 1-281-633-2334.

General

You may not assign any rights granted to you or delegate any of your duties hereunder; any attempt to do so is void and of no effect. Whitetail Domains may assign its rights and delegate its duties under this Agreement in their entirety in connection with a merger, reorganization or sale of all, or substantially all, of its assets relating to this Agreement. The failure of Whitetail Domains at any time to require performance of any provision hereof shall in no manner affect its right at a later time to enforce the same unless the same is waived in writing. If a court should find that one or more rights or provisions contained in this Agreement are invalid, you agree that the remainder of the Agreement will be enforceable. The headings and captions are for convenience only and are not to be used in the interpretation of this Agreement. This Agreement constitutes the complete and exclusive understanding and agreement between you and Whitetail Domains regarding its subject matter, and supersedes all prior and contemporaneous agreements or understandings relating to such subject matter.

If you have any questions or concerns about this Agreement or any issues raised in this Agreement or on the Site, please contact Whitetail Domains at the Contact Us page.
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