Monmouth County DU 4th Game BBQ!

Monmouth County DU presents its 4th Annual Game BBQ & Sportsman’s Party Hosted at Fin Fur & Feather Club

  • When: Saturday October 6, 2018 6:00 -10:00 pm
  • Where: Fin Fur & Feather Club 337 Route 526 Cream Ridge, NJ 08514
  • Activities: Game meats and traditional BBQ, raffles, silent auction items, sportsman’s raffle tables (waterfowling, upland, deer and fishing items), games.
  • Cost:$45 adults (pre-buy), age 17-13 $20, kids 12 and under free Admission price includes 1 yr. membership to Ducks UnlimitedPlease pre-buy your tickets by 10/5 ($50 at the door for adults) For information or tickets contact: Frank Pannick (908)890-1903 Dennis Edwards (609)977-3668 Or purchase online (by 10/5) Presented by Ducks Unlimited Monmouth County NJ Chapter

Please join us at the Monmouth County BBQ and sportsmen party on Saturday October 6th, 2018.

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The invasive New Zealand Mud Snail has been officially documented in the Musconetcong River in several locations downstream of Route 78 between Warren and Hunterdon counties. This species is a threat to our freshwaters and may displace and compete with native invertebrates.

Despite its name, New Zealand Mud Snails can tolerate a wide variety of habitats, including reservoirs, estuaries, rivers, and lakes. They are most prolific in water bodies with a constant temperature and flow, but are highly adaptable. Measuring just 4-5 mm in length, they are easy to overlook – but a single female can result in a colony of 40 million snails in one year!

Anglers and boaters are urged to do their part to protect New Jersey’s aquatic resources by inspecting equipment transported between waterways, including boats and trailers, and to CLEAN, DRY and DRAIN all equipment and clothing BEFORE visiting other waters.

For more information including photographs of New Zealand Mud Snails visit the U.S. Geological Survey Nonindigenous Aquatic Species page.

To report sightings of New Zealand Mud Snails please call 1-877-WARNDEP.

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Public Hearings on Bluefish Fishery

 In Ocean City Wednesday,
Toms River Thursday

Pig Roast 6/16/18

Hope to see you at the Pig Roast

Celebrate the 70 year anniversary of Pleasant Plains Gun Club!


All are invited to attend, Adults are $27.00, Children 7 to 17 are $13.00. under 6 are free.

The party is to celebrate our clubs 70 years of being incorporated.

The fun will start with trap shooting and archery shooting at 8:30 am, All ages are invited to shoot and be guided and trained by our rangemasters for both events. Both ranges will be closed at 11:30 am. After 11:30 volley ball, horse shoes, Bocce ball, bad mitten, corn hole and much more.

Please bring your chairs and table or sit under the big tent that will have tables and chairs provided.

This is a BYOB event and water and soda will be provided. Please bring a small cooler just in case.

If you have any other games that you would like to share or play, not mentioned, please feel free to bring them.

Please RSVP by June 6, 2018 and for additional information call (732) 267-6946.

Where:  Pleasant Plains Gun Club, 481 Horicon Avenue., Manchester Twp, NJ

Important Hunting Information for Ocean County

Ocean County Parks Department*

The Ocean County Department of Parks and Recreation oversees the stewardship of the county’s Natural Lands Trust properties. Currently under the Natural Lands Trust Program over 13,000 acres of land are open to hunting. A full list of properties that are open to hunting can be obtained via the interactive map at or by calling the Parks Department (732) 506-9090. A complete list of rules and regulations may be viewed or downloaded from the website. At this time, there is no registration process or permit necessary to hunt on any Ocean
County Natural Lands Trust properties. Hunters are encouraged but not required to call or email to inform us what properties you are hunting. This information is valuable for numerous safety related reasons, including notification if prescribed burn is scheduled to take place. For more information regarding hunting please contact Geoffrey Lohmeyer at or 732-506-9090 x 5941; or Mark Villinger at or 732-929-2054 x3055.


*This information is taken from Page 45 of the 2016-17 Hunting & Trapping Digest – Download the Digest at this link: