Pay to hunt in Hopewell Township
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    We have enough gun control. What we need is idiot control.

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    by taking a trespass fee they then set themselves up for liability i am not sure why they didn't do it as a free permit so as to be not liable via the NJ landowner Liability act 2A:42A-2. .... there legal team may not be as bright as some would believe. Either way its another town that is opening up public land that should not be closed.

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    $100 seems a little steep but this is the best method and raises some funds for the town. Princeton and other towns who use private culling firms PAY about $300 per deer killed.
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    I greatly dislike the idea of charging hunters to hunt public lands to take care of a public issue (too many deer). Make it free and with a lottery system which is the most fair way to handle it and hunters will take care of the problem. We're seeing this trend grow and I think hunters need to take a stand and turn this around. These herds need to be managed for certain, but not by charging those who would perform that work for you.

    If I couldn't mow my own lawn, I wouldn't hire a lawn service and expect them to pay me, would I???

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    65 guys on 160 acres... There will be a stand in every tree.

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    God how I miss hunting Hopewell!,had a really sweet deal going for over 20 years,but because of the loss of that property,found some sweet land close to home.

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    I pay $100 to hunt in Montgomery Township. It's well organized as well.

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    65 guys on 160 acres sounds like 90 percent of the clubs looking for members on NJ Hunter.........

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