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We're all guilty of it. We see a hunter with mismatched camo with an old single-shot 12-gauge. And he's sporting his deer he just harvested on the back of his old truck. It's a doe or more than likely a smaller buck. But he's happy, and grinning from ear-to-ear like he just killed the new world record! So you laugh and joke with your buddies as he goes by. While leaning against your brand new truck, in your name brand matching camo. But have you ever stopped to think that maybe the deer on the back of his truck means a lot more to him than just big antlers.... maybe he's a third shift blue collar worker at the local steel mill, just trying to pay his bills and keep gas in his old truck. Maybe he don't have the fancy game cameras and big food plots that you have. Or the big fancy hunting blinds, that cost more than his old truck. Maybe he's happy because he finally didn't have to work this weekend. So he decided to go hunting on the little piece of land that he's hunted since he was a boy, with the gun that his dad gave him when he turned 12 years old. More than likely he's not hunting to kill the next World Record. He could care less about the antlers. But what he does care about is putting food on the table for his family at home, and knowing that they're going to eat good for now. And that my friends will put a smile on any true sportsmans face. So good luck to all the hunters out there with the rest of your season. Just remember this, support each other and be happy for each other, no matter how big their harvest is, because to some folks it means a lot more then the size of the antlers.

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Our licensing system has been updated!

Here are some helpful links!

Using the New Site:
https://youtu.be/J0VG4O58Psw

Reporting a Deer Harvest on Mobile:
https://youtu.be/hbvdl9TgNyU

ALL LICENSES AND PERMITS ARE AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE!
https://nj.aspirafocus.com/internetsales

License System FAQs:
https://www.njfishandwildlife.com/license_faq19.htm

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Ocean County Chapter - NJ State Federation of Sportsmens Clubs
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- Deadline Extended - Permit Bow Season Buck Permit

Due to the nationwide license system problems that occurred on Friday, October 25, we have extended the deadline to obtain Permit Bow Season Buck Permits until Monday, November 4. Hunters who chose not to purchase the buck permit when they made their initial zone (antlerless) permit purchase now have until November 4 to purchase one.

Buy Permits (print ready-to-use permits at home): https://nj.aspirafocus.com/internetsales

Please also note that the information on pages 18 and 33 in the Hunting Digest stating the deadline to purchase Shotgun Buck Permits is incorrect– it is not December 11 as stated, but 11:59 pm on December 18.

Hunting Digest: http://www.eregulations.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/19NJHD-LR.pdf

The issues customers were having when attempting to use Discover and American Express cards to make a purchase on the licensing site have also now been resolved.

License Agents: https://www.njfishandwildlife.com/agentlst.htm

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YOUTH PHEASANT HUNT!
November 2 and 4–8, 2019 Rain or Shine!

This year's Take a Kid Hunting Pheasant Hunt will allow properly licensed hunters with a valid youth license* to hunt any of the 10 stocked Wildlife Management Areas (WMA) on Saturday, Nov. 2 and Monday–Friday, Nov. 4–8, 2019.

Open afternoon: Any youth hunter with a valid youth hunting license under the direct supervision of a licensed, non-shooting adult (aged 21 or older), will be permitted to hunt on the listed wildlife management areas on November 2 from 1 p.m. until sunset. No registration required.

Open all day: Any youth hunter with a valid youth hunting license under the direct supervision of a New Jersey-licensed, non-shooting adult (aged 21 or older), will be permitted to hunt on the listed wildlife management areas on November 2 and 4–8 from 8 a.m. until sunset. No registration required.

Open Afternoon (1PM) Nov. 2
• Whittingham
• Black River
• Clinton
• Assunpink
• Colliers Mills
• Millville
• Peaslee
• Winslow

Open all day November 2
• Flatbrook
• Glassboro

Open All Day Nov. 4–8
• Whittingham
• Black River
• Flatbrook
• Clinton
• Assunpink
• Colliers Mills
• Glassboro
• Millville
• Peaslee
• Winslow

*(see Youth Licenses, page 10 of the Hunting Digest)
http://www.eregulations.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/19NJHD-LR.pdf

NJ Fish and WIldlife's "Take A Kid Hunting" youth hunting program: www.njfishandwildlife.com/takekidhunting.htm

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