State land in a no discharge township
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    State land in a no discharge township

    Anyone have any issues bow hunting on NJ state land within a township that has a no discharge law? I would assume that state law supersedes township law on state land but then again...this is NJ. Would that be something I would have to ask the township police? Want to make sure I don't end up in handcuffs this season.
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    i would ask a game warden too.

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    If you are hunting State owned, DEP, property in and hunting is allowed then the township ordinance does not apply!
    " Trout don't rise in the cemetery, so fish while you're able."
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    "Bowhunting"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by john242 View Post
    i would ask a game warden too.
    I agree I would ask these guys. Don't ask the cops no need and most of them wouldn't know anyway.
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    Township ordinances do not apply on State owned land when the property use in in conflict between the township and the state.
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    Tell the snowflakes in that town to pound sand

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