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The 2014 New Jersey Freshwater Fishing Guide is now available!
To view the new guide, please download the pdf. Check back in the coming days as we work to put up the new 2014 website.

Below is content from the 2013 guide.

Firearms Deer Hunting Permits

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  • A current firearms hunting license is required to apply for firearms deer permits.
  • Lottery permits can be applied for starting January 1. See Deer Hunting Seasons for details.
  • No one may purchase both a State Land Lottery Permit and a State Land No-Lottery Permit. If you are rejected for a lottery permit, you may still purchase a State Land No-Lottery permit.

Deer Permits

Resident

Non-Resident

Opening Day

Info

State Land Lottery (includes Controlled Hunt Areas)

“A” Season

$19.00

$68.00

Nov. 19

Deer Lottery

“B” Season

$19.00

$68.00

Nov. 29

Deer Lottery

State Land No-Lottery

“A” Season

$19.00

$68.00

Nov. 19

Deer Hunting Seasons

“B” Season

$19.00

$68.00

Nov. 29

Deer Hunting Seasons

Private Land Shotgun/Rifle

$19.00

$68.00

Nov. 19

Deer Hunting Seasons

Private Land Muzzleloader

$19.00

$68.00

Dec. 10

Deer Hunting Seasons

State Land Muzzleloader

$19.00

$68.00

Dec. 10

Deer Hunting Seasons

Revolver Deer Endorsement – Fee: $5

Allows persons hunting with a Free Landowner Permit or Connecticut residents hunting with a Private Land Shotgun/Rifle Permit to use a revolver rather than a rifle or a shotgun to hunt deer on private lands of at least 10 acres in size.

Regulations in red are new this year.

Purple text indicates an important note.

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