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Highlights of Regulations Changes

Changes to deer regulations for the 2015–16 seasons are extensive and involve the mandatory tagging of all harvested deer; the ability to harvest two deer before registering them via the Automated Harvest Report System during bow seasons in certain deer management zones (DMZs);

Highlights of Regulations Changes

Page Through the Digital Edition

Read the entire 2015-2016 New Jersey Hunting & Trapping online! Our unique digital edition allows you to page through the entire guide, just as if you were reading the magazine.

Page Through the Digital Edition

Deer Hunting Regulations

Only one antlered deer may be taken per season statewide, except two deer may be taken at a time during the Six-Day Firearm Season regardless of the number of antlered buck permits in possession. To be legal, all deer harvested must be reported using Fish and Wildlife’s Automated Harvest Report System.

Deer Hunting Regulations

What’s Happening with Muskrats?

Nothing gets a muskrat trapper more excited than rumors of $10 pelts, especially if they haven’t actively trapped in a few years. Typically when pelt prices are that high, trappers react with great expectations...

What’s Happening with Muskrats?

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