Sept 8th for bow
The new regulation sets are posted on the njfishandwildlife.com website under hunting, then deer. The season starts at the end of September this year.
Beer and Bucks
Sept 8th for bow
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FYI; It's been out for a couple months now and posted and discussed here a few times already PLUS these NJ Deer Regulation Sets are "Tentative" dates for 2012-13The new regulation sets are posted on the njfishandwildlife.com website under hunting, then deer. The season starts at the end of September this year.
Further more, you may want to recheck your posted info because the fall bow season in several zones is still tentatively set to start on Sept 8th.
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EAB STILL LIVES ! So much for that RUMOR ......
As DropTine said....these dates are tentative and not etched in stone......
I heard the bag limits on Bucks is unlimited Is this correct??
No really the cashier at WaWa knows a guy whos buddy doesnt lie about that kind of stuff!!! If she said it , it must be true.
yeah a few months back dates were posted.....then they went "tentative" in red after the fact....who knows ...?
lol! season starts in july/august for spotted deer only.
then in sept you can only shoot buttons.
then it closes for three months and re-opens in january and its does only in january and february.
i heard it from a friends cousins brothers stepson who works at a PigglyWiggly only on wednesdays in tennessee.
No EAB, NO 3 pt Rule, Unlimited BUCKS, Unlimited Shotgun.
Thats what I heard!
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