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Small Game Hunting

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Regulations in red are new this year.

A current and valid hunting license (Bow and Arrow, Firearm or All-Around Sportsman) is required to pursue any small game species. See General Hunting Regulations. The use of dogs, unless specifically stated otherwise, is permitted to pursue any small game species, except wild turkey. Hunting for those species shown below is prohibited during the statewide Six-day Firearm (deer) Season and on the Wednesday of the Permit Shotgun (deer) Season that immediately follows the Six-day Firearm Season. For exceptions, see Coyote and Fox and Semi-wild and Commercial Preserve Hunting sections below. Sunday hunting is prohibited; see Raccoon and Opossum, below, plus Semi-wild and Commercial Shooting Preserves for exceptions.

Season Dates and Bag LimitsThe Small Game Hunting Seasons table below lists dates, hunting hours and daily bag limits for all small game species open for hunting.

General Small Game Hunting Methods: Properly licensed hunters may hunt small game with shotguns or bow and arrow and limited hunting with small caliber rifles; see air gun and coyote/fox regulations. See also General Hunting Regulations.

Shotgun: Unless specifically stated otherwise, shotguns for small game hunting may be single or double barrel, rifled or smoothbore and not larger than 10-gauge or smaller than .410 caliber and capable of holding no more than three shells.

Shot: Unless specifically stated otherwise, shot size for small game hunting may be no larger than #4 fine shot.

Bow and Arrow: All bows must meet the requirements specified in General Hunting Regulations. For taking game birds in flight, arrows equipped with an edged head are prohibited. Flu flu arrows are required for taking game birds in flight.

Air gun: Air guns may be used for taking cottontail rabbit, hare and gray squirrel using ammunition not smaller than .177 caliber or larger than .22 caliber. Air gun BBs are not legal for hunting. See also Air Guns under Firearms and Missiles under Farmer Hunting & Permit Information.

Muzzleloading Rifles: For limited small game rifle hunting, see below for Coyote and Fox—Special Permit Season, Squirrel—Muzzleloading Rifle Season and Woodchuck for restrictions.

Wildlife Damage: Property owners or their agents, and occupants of dwellings that are suffering damage from coyote, fox, opossum, raccoon, skunk, squirrel, weasel or woodchuck may control them by lawful means at any time subject to local ordinances.

Stealing Traps or Trapped Animals: It is illegal to take, carry away or unlawfully remove or steal a trap belonging to another person that is set along, by or in public or private property, ditch, stream, pond or water in this state and which has been set for the purpose of catching any of the furbearing animals species for which a legal season is established. It is also illegal to remove, alive or dead, any animal from the trap of another person.

Coyote and Fox, General and Special Permit Seasons

See chart below for both general and special permit season regulations for coyote and fox. NOTE: All successful coyote hunters must report any coyote harvested to a Fish and Wildlife Regional Law Enforcement Office within 24 hours. Callers must identify themselves by name, CID# and daytime phone number.

In addition to the general coyote and fox seasons described in the chart below, properly licensed turkey hunters may legally harvest coyotes if encountered incidental to legal turkey hunting. Turkey hunters shall not actively pursue coyotes or have coyote calls or decoys in possession. Also, properly licensed persons hunting deer during the Six-day Firearm, Permit Muzzleloader or Permit Shotgun deer seasons may kill coyote or fox if the coyote or fox is encountered before the hunter has taken the season bag limit of deer. However, after the hunter has taken a daily bag limit of deer, they must cease hunting immediately. Incidental hunting of coyote or fox while deer hunting may resume the following day (provided the season remains open and the season bag limit of deer has not been reached.) Only applicable projectiles approved for deer hunting may be used to take coyote and fox incidental to deer hunting during the deer seasons described above. See Firearms, Bow and Ammunition chart, Deer Hunting Regulations.

Baiting for coyote/fox is prohibited while hunting elevated in a standing tree or in a structure of any kind within 300 feet of a baited area.

Further, in addition to the general Coyote and Fox seasons plus the incidental harvest of coyote or fox while deer hunting, a Special Permit Coyote and Fox Season runs concurrent with the regular small game coyote and fox season. A Fish and Wildlife-issued permit is required to hunt coyote or fox under the provisions (see below) of the Special Permit Coyote and Fox Season; as follows:

A permit to hunt coyote or fox is required 1.) to hunt at night and/or 2.) to use shot sizes larger than #4 fine and up to size #4 Buck, and/or 3.) to use a rifle for coyote or fox other than incidental to deer hunting. Sunday hunting is not legal.

Coyote/Fox permits: $2, available at any license agent or via Fish and Wildlife’s Internet license sales site (www.NJ.WildlifeLicense.com) beginning December 1. A 2014 hunting license must be purchased prior to or in conjunction with the purchase of a Special Coyote and Fox Permit.

Northern Bobwhite (Quail)

Northern bobwhite quail are native to the southern half of New Jersey. In recent years, quail populations have declined throughout their range including New Jersey.

In an effort to reverse this decline in New Jersey, the statewide quail hunting season is closed except at Peaslee WMA and Greenwood Forest WMA where Fish and Wildlife will provide hunters and falconers the opportunity to hunt for quail.

See Small Game Hunting Seasons chart below for season dates and bag limits. Exception: This statewide closure does not apply to certain semi-wild and commercial shooting preserves that were permitted to stock quail during the 2009–10 season.

Pheasant

See Small Game Hunting Seasons chart below for season dates and bag limits. See exceptions below for semi-wild and commercial preserve hunting.

Pheasant and Quail Stamp Areas: Anyone aged 16 and over (except 16 year olds whose Youth License remains valid until Dec. 31 in the year they reach 16 years of age) hunting or possessing pheasant or quail on the following designated wildlife management areas shall have in possession a current and valid Pheasant and Quail Stamp (Youth Hunting licenses include pheasant and quail stamp): Assunpink, Berkshire Valley, Millville (Bevan), Black River, Clinton, Colliers Mills, Dix, Flatbrook, Glassboro, Greenwood (including Howardsville), Heislerville, Tuckahoe (MacNamara), Mad Horse, Manahawkin, Manasquan River, Medford, Nantuxent, Peaslee, Pequest, Port Republic, Stafford Forge, Walpack, Whittingham and Winslow. A current and valid Pheasant and Quail Stamp is also required at the Delaware River National Recreation Area.

Pheasant and Quail Stocking

Fish and Wildlife anticipates pheasant and quail releases to be as follows:

Assunpink, Berkshire Valley, Black River, Clinton, Colliers Mills, Dix, Flatbrook, Glassboro, Millville (Bevan), Nantuxent, Pequest, Port Republic, Tuckahoe (MacNamara), Walpack and Whittingham WMAs will be stocked with pheasant for the following dates:

  • Nov. 8, 11, 13, 15, 18, 20, 22, 25, 27, 29
  • Dec. 6, 20, 23, 27, 30

Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area and the Heislerville, Howardsville, Mad Horse, Manahawkin, Manasquan, Medford, Stafford Forge and Winslow WMAs will be stocked with pheasant for the following dates:

  • Nov. 8, 15, 22, 27, 29
  • Dec. 6, 20, 27, 30

Greenwood Forest and Peaslee WMAs will be stocked with quail for the following dates:

  • Nov. 8, 11, 13, 15, 18, 20, 22, 25, 27, 29
  • Dec. 6, 20, 23, 27, 30

Fish and Wildlife reminds sportsmen and sportswomen that the stocking schedule is tentative until approved by the Fish and Game Council in early October. The schedule is subject to pheasant production and may change due to emergency weather conditions. For changes to the stocking schedule due to inclement weather or other necessary adjustments, visit our website at NJFishandWildlife.com/smgame_info.htm.

Rabbit and Hare

The rabbit and hare hunting season will begin the last Saturday in September. The early opening date allows for hunting opportunity when rabbit populations are at their peak. Air guns may be used for taking cottontail rabbit and hare using ammunition not smaller than .177 caliber or larger than .22 caliber. See also Air Gunsunder Firearms and Missiles under Farmer Hunting & Permit Information and General Small Game Hunting Methods, above.

See Small Game Hunting Seasons chart, below, for season dates and bag limits.

Raccoon and Opossum

See Small Game Hunting Seasons chart, below, for season dates and bag limits.

Hours: Hunting may not begin until one hour after sunset on the opening day of the season. On all other days open during the season, the hours of hunting are one hour after sunset to one hour before sunrise. Sunday hunting is permitted only for raccoon between the hours of midnight (the beginning of Saturday) and one hour before sunrise (Sunday).

Hunting methods: Portable lights are permitted. Fluorescent orange is encouraged but not required on outer clothing while hunting raccoon and opossum. A current and valid rifle permit is required when possessing a .22 caliber rifle while hunting raccoon and opossum. Only .22 caliber shorts are permitted.

Dog Training: Dogs may be trained during the month of September and from March 2 to May 1, inclusive. The training hours are one hour after sunset to one hour before sunrise.

Ruffed Grouse

The state’s two ruffed grouse hunting zones are delineated by Rt. 70. North of Rt. 70 the season will begin October 11. South of Rt. 70 the season will begin Nov. 8 to reduce harvest mortality of the remaining populations in the southern zone. The ruffed grouse zones are identical to those for woodcock and will provide for consistent regulations for these species that are often hunted simultaneously. See Small Game Hunting Seasons chart, below for season dates and bag limits.

Semi-Wild and Commercial Preserve Hunting

Hunting for pheasant, quail and chukar or Hungarian partridge is allowed from Nov. 8 to March 15 on semi-wild and from Sept. 1 through May 1 on commercial shooting preserves (which also allows mallards) that are properly licensed for the taking of such species. These game birds may be hunted on Sunday only on semi-wild or commercial shooting preserve lands.

Youth hunters (in possession of a valid Youth Hunting License and accompanied by a licensed, non-shooting adult) will be permitted to hunt pheasant, quail, Hungarian partridge and/or chukar partridge on licensed semi-wild preserves on Saturday, Nov. 1—the Youth Upland Bird Hunting Day.

All game taken on semi-wild or commercial preserves must be properly tagged before being transported off the licensed property.

A person may legally hunt on semi-wild or commercial preserves for game birds during deer seasons, but no shot larger than #4 fine may be used. There are no daily bag or seasonal limits for pheasant, quail, chukar or mallards taken on commercial preserves. There are no daily bag limits for pheasant, quail or chukar taken on semi-wild properties. Seasonal harvests on semi-wild properties may not exceed the number of birds to be stocked as indicated on the semi-wild permit application.

Squirrel, Regular Season

Air guns may be used for taking squirrel using ammunition not smaller than .177 caliber or larger than .22 caliber. See also Air Guns under Firearms and Missiles, Farmer Hunting & Permit Information and General Small Game Hunting Methods, above. See Small Game Hunting Seasons chart below.

Squirrel, Muzzleloading Rifle Season

Persons holding a current and valid firearm license and rifle permit may hunt for squirrels from sunrise to ½ hour after sunset with a muzzleloading rifle (.36 caliber or smaller loaded with a single projectile) during the periods Sept. 27–Nov. 7 and Jan. 3–Feb. 16.

Hunting for squirrel in the manner described above is restricted to the areas described below:

  • Those portions of Passaic, Mercer, Hunterdon, Warren, Morris and Sussex counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of Rt. 513 and the New York State line; then south along Rt. 513 to its intersection with Rt. 511; then south along Rt. 511 to its intersection with Rt. 46; then west along Rt. 46 to its intersection with Rt. 80; then west along Rt. 80 to its intersection with Rt. 15; then north along Rt. 15 to its intersection with the Morris-Sussex County line; then south along the Morris-Sussex County line to the Warren County line; then southwest along the Morris-Warren County line to the Hunterdon County line; then southeast along the Morris-Hunterdon County line to the Somerset County line; then south along the Somerset-Hunterdon County line to its intersection with the Mercer County line; then west and south along the Hunterdon Mercer County line to its intersection with Rt. 31; then south along Rt. 31 to its intersection with Rt. 546; then west along Rt. 546 to the Delaware River; then north along the east bank of the Delaware River to the New York State line; then east along the New York State line to the point of beginning at Lakeside.
  • In that portion of Salem, Gloucester, Camden, Burlington, Mercer, Monmouth, Ocean, Atlantic, Cape May and Cumberland counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of Rt. 295 and the Delaware River; then east along Rt. 295 to its intersection with the New Jersey Turnpike; then east along the New Jersey Turnpike to its intersection with Rt. 40; then east along Rt. 40 to its intersection with Rt. 47; then north along Rt. 47 to its intersection with Rt. 536; then east along Rt. 536 to its intersection with Rt. 206; then north along Rt. 206 to its intersection with the New Jersey Turnpike; then northeast along the New Jersey Turnpike to its intersection with Rt. 571; then southeast along Rt. 571 to its intersection with the Garden State Parkway; then south along the Garden State Parkway to its intersection with Rt. 9 at Somers Point; then south along Rt. 9 to its intersection with Rt. 83; then west along Rt. 83 to its intersection with Rt. 47; then north along Rt. 47 to its intersection with Dennis Creek; then south along the west bank of Dennis Creek to its intersection with Delaware Bay; then northwest along the east shore of Delaware Bay and the Delaware River to the point of beginning.

Woodchuck

All persons in possession of a rifle (including a muzzleloading rifle) while hunting woodchuck must have a current and valid rifle permit in addition to the current hunting license. Rifle hunting (of any kind) for woodchuck is prohibited on state wildlife management areas, state parks, state forests or state recreation areas. Farmers and their agents may use shot not larger than #4 buckshot to control woodchuck causing damage. Hours of hunting are sunrise to ½ hour after sunset. See chart at right for woodchuck hunting details.

Coyote / Fox Season

Dates

Bow Only: Sept. 13–Nov. 7
in DMZs open for early fall
bow deer hunting;
otherwise Oct. 4–Nov. 7

Firearm or Bow:
Nov. 8–March 14

Special Permit Season: Jan. 1 – March 14

(Permit required with shot larger than #4 fine thru #4 Buck sizes
and/or nighttime hunting and/or using a muzzleloading rifle
other than incidental to deer hunting and/or using a modern rifle)

Hours

½ hour before sunrise to ½ hour after sunset

½ hour before sunrise to ½ hour after sunset, except 8 a.m. start on Nov. 8

½ hour before sunrise to ½ hour after sunset

½ hour after sunset to ½ hour before sunrise

Weapon Type and Projectiles Permitted

Bow: long, recurve, compound or crossbow

See General Small Game Hunting Methods above.

Bow: long, recurve, compound or crossbow

See General Small Game Hunting Methods, above.

Bow: long, recurve, compound or crossbow

See General Small Game Hunting Methods, above.

Shotgun: single or double barrel. Not smaller than 12 gauge or larger than 10 gauge, capable of holding no more than 3 shells.

Shot: sizes not smaller than #4 fine shot or larger than T

Shotgun and Shot Size: See General Small Game Hunting Methods, above.

Shotgun: single or double barrel. Not smaller than 12 gauge or larger than 10 gauge, capable of holding no more than 3 shells.

Shot: Not smaller than BB or larger than #4 Buck. Pellets must be lead or a tungsten-nickel-iron hybrid.

Muzzleloading rifle: single-shot, single barrel no less than .44 caliber. Flintlock, percussion and in-line ignitions permitted, loaded only with a single projectile, either round ball or conical bullet. Electronic ignitions prohibited.

A modern rifle magazine need not be pinned (plugged), but may be loaded with no more than three cartridges.

Centerfire rifles:From .17 to maximum of .25 caliber with soft point or hollow point bullets and maximum of 80 grains.

Rimfire rifles:From .17 to maximum of .22 caliber with soft point or hollow point bullets and maximum of 50 grains.

Notes

Hunter orange not required.

Use of dogs prohibited.

Daily bag: unlimited coyote or fox

Hunter orange required when using firearm. Muzzleloading rifle may be used only incidental to deer hunting.

Use of dogs permitted except not during Dec. 8–13 and Dec. 17.

Daily bag: unlimited coyote or fox

While hunting under the provisions of the Special Permit: Hunter orange is not required (but is recommended while traveling to/from hunting areas.) Hunting methods are restricted to calling and stand hunting. A predator-calling device (manual or electronic) must be in possession. Use of dogs is prohibited. Use of bait is prohibited. Portable lights are allowed. Sunday hunting is not legal.

Daily bag: unlimited coyote or fox

Small Game Hunting Seasons Regulations

2014–2015 Small Game Hunting Seasons

Species (alphabetical)

Inclusive Dates

Hunting Hours

Daily Limits

Notes

Bobwhite (quail)

Closed statewide; except at Peaslee & Greenwood WMA (see Notes)

At Peaslee & Greenwood WMAs ONLY: Nov. 8–Dec. 6; Dec. 15, 16, 18–31, 2014 and Jan. 1–31, 2015

Sunrise to ½ hour after sunset

4

8 a.m. start on Nov. 8

Quail may be hunted ONLY at Peaslee and Greenwood Forest WMAs. Pheasant and Quail Stamp required.

Season closed in remainder of the state. (See exceptions under Northern Bobwhite, page above.)

Coyote* and Fox, General

All coyote must be reported within 24 hrs.

Bow and Arrow only:
Sept. 13–Nov. 7 in DMZ Regulation Sets 4–8

Oct. 4–Nov. 7 in DMZ Regulation Sets 0–3

Firearm or Bow and Arrow:
Nov. 8–Mar. 14

½ hour before sunrise to ½ hour after sunset

No limit

8 a.m. start on Nov. 8

Deer hunters may harvest coyote and fox during all open deer seasons with restrictions as specified see above, Coyote and Fox.

Rifle permit required in possession when hunting with rifle (allowed only incidental to deer hunting).

Coyote* and Fox,
Special Permit Season

All coyote must be reported within 24 hrs.

Firearm or Bow and Arrow:
Jan. 1–Mar. 14
(permit required)

Permit holders may hunt day and night with certain restrictions; see Notes at right.

Sunday hunting from midnight Saturday (12:01 a.m.) to one hour before sunrise Sunday only.

No limit

For complete details, and for when a permit is required, see
above, Coyote and Fox.

Calling and standing hunting only.

Predator calling device must be in possession.

See Coyote/Fox Season table, above, for firearm and ammo restrictions.

Rifle permit required in possession when hunting with any legal rifle, allowed only during daytime hunting hours.

During night hunting (½ hour after sunset to ½ hour before sunrise), only 10 or 12 gauge shotguns are permitted. See pellet restrictions in table above. Coyote/fox permit required.

Crow**
(Mon.,
Thurs.,Fri.,Sat.)

Aug. 11–Mar. 21 (See Notes.)

Sunrise to ½ hour after sunset

No limit

8 a.m. start on Nov. 8
Maximum shot size is #4

Grouse, Ruffed**

North of Rt. 70: Oct. 11–Dec. 6; Dec. 15, 16, 18–31

South of Rt. 70: Nov. 8–Dec. 6; Dec. 15, 16 and 18–31

Sunrise to ½ hour after sunset

2

8 a.m. start on Nov. 8

Opossum & Raccoon

Oct. 1 to Mar. 1

1 hour after sunset to 1 hour before sunrise

No limit

Rifle permit required when hunting with rifle.
7:41 p.m. start on Oct. 1. Closed Dec. 8–13 and Dec. 17.

Pheasant & Partridge

Nov. 8–Dec. 6; Dec. 15, 16, 18–31, 2014; Jan. 1–Feb. 16, 2015

Sunrise to ½ hour after sunset

Chukar — 7

Hungarian — 7

Pheasant — 2

8 a.m. start on Nov. 8
Pheasant and Quail Stamp required on designated areas
(see Small Game Hunting above).

Rabbit, Hare & Jackrabbit**

Sept. 27–Dec. 6; Dec. 15, 16, 18–31, 2014; Jan. 1–Feb. 21, 2015

Sunrise to ½ hour after sunset

Cottontail — 4

Hare — 1

Jackrabbit — 1

8 a.m. start on Nov. 8

Squirrel, Gray**

Sept. 27–Dec. 6; Dec. 15, 16, 18–31, 2014; Jan. 1–Feb. 16, 2015

Sunrise to ½ hour after sunset

5

8 a.m. start on Nov. 8. Air guns are legal to harvest squirrel.
See General Small Game Hunting Methods above.

Squirrel, Gray:
Muzzleloading Rifle
(.36 caliber or smaller)

Sept. 27–Nov. 7 and Jan. 4 to Feb. 16

Sunrise to ½ hour after sunset

5

Rifle permit required.
Designated areas only, see above.

Turkey (Fall, Either-Sex)

(Period N) Oct. 25–Nov. 1

½ hour before sunrise to ½ hour after sunset.

1 Turkey (either sex) per permit

Permit required. Turkey Hunting Areas 1–5, 8, 9, 11, 20–22 only.

Turkey (Spring Gobbler)

(Periods A to E) April 20–May 22

½ hour before sunrise to noon; starting May 11, hours are ½ hour before sunrise to sunset

1 Male Turkey per permit

Permit required. Refer to 2015 turkey permit supplement,
available in late January.

Turkey
(Spring Gobbler, Youth)

(Period Y) April 18 to May 22, 2015

½ hour before sunrise to noon; starting May 11, hours are ½ hour before sunrise to sunset

1 Male Turkey per permit

Permit required. Refer to 2015 turkey permit supplement,
available in late January.

Woodchuck:**
Bow, Rifle or Shotgun

March 1 to Oct. 1, 2014
March 2 to Sept. 30, 2015

Sunrise to ½ hour after sunset

No limit

Rifle permit required when hunting with rifle.
Rifle hunting prohibited on state property (see General Hunting Regulations, and Small Game Regulations above).

Woodchuck:
Bow or Shotgun

Sept. 27–Dec. 6; Dec. 15, 16, 18–31, 2014; Jan. 1–Feb. 16, 2015

Sunrise to ½ hour after sunset

No limit

8 a.m. start on Nov. 8

Woodcock**

See Migratory Bird Regulations**

Sunrise to sunset

3 daily;
6 possession

HIP number required (see Migratory Bird Regulations).
8 a.m. start on Nov. 8

Youth Turkey Day

April 18, 2015

½ hour before sunrise to noon

1 Male Wild Turkey

Permit required. Refer to 2015 turkey permit supplement, available in late January.

Youth Upland Bird Day

Nov. 1, 2014

8 a.m. to sunset

Pheasant — 2

Quail — 4

Selected WMAs and licensed semi-wilds.

* All harvested coyote must be reported to a regional Division Law Enforcement Office within 24 hours. Callers must identify themselves by name, CID# and daytime phone number.

** The starting time to hunt migratory birds on Nov. 8 only on those WMAs designated as Pheasant and Quail Stamp Areas shall be 8 a.m. See list of areas above.

Woodchuck Season

Dates

Weapon Type Permitted

Gauge, Caliber or Weight

Projectile(s)

March 1 to
Oct. 1, 2014

March 2 to Sept. 30, 2015

Center-fire rifle

.25 caliber or less

Hollow point, soft point or expanding lead core bullets of any weight.

Larger than .25 caliber

Hollow point, soft point or expanding lead core bullets of any weight not exceeding 100 grains in weight.

Rim-fire rifle

.25 caliber or less

Hollow point or soft point

Muzzleloading rifle: single-shot, single barrel. Flintlock, percussion and in-line ignitions permitted.

No restriction

Must be loaded with a single projectile, either round ball or conical bullet.

Bow: long, recurve, compound or crossbow

35 pounds pull at archers draw length (long and recurve bows) or peak weight (compound bow); 75 pounds pull for crossbow

Arrows must be fitted with a well-sharpened metal broadhead with a minimum width of ¾”

Shotgun: single or double barrel, rifled bore or smoothbore

Not larger than 10 gauge, capable of holding no more than 3 shells

Shot – sizes not larger than #4 fine shot

Sept. 27–Dec. 6 and Dec. 15, 16, 18–31, 2014

Jan. 1–Feb. 16, 2015

Bow: long, recurve, compound or crossbow

35 pounds pull at archers draw length (long and recurve bows) or peak weight (compound bow);
75 pounds pull for crossbow

Arrows must be fitted with a well-sharpened metal broadhead with a minimum width of ¾”

Shotgun: single or double barrel, rifled bore or smoothbore

Not larger than 10 gauge, capable of holding no more than 3 shells

Shot – sizes not larger than #4 fine shot

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