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The Monmouth County Park System's annual deer hunt — which resulted in 421 kills by hunters during the past season — will remain contained to the same presently hunted 15 park areas for the coming year, according to recommendations made by administrators in a report issued Wednesday.


Park areas in Marlboro, Middletown, Millstone Township, Upper Freehold, Howell, Roosevelt, Holmdel, Wall, Tinton Falls, Neptune and Freehold Township will be open for hunting beginning in October for up to 4-1/2 months if the guidance is followed by recreation commissioners, who will listen to public comments at their meeting on Monday and take action June 8.
The report is available at www.monmouthcountyparks.com
 

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they knocked October off of Huber[down][down][down]
 

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There are 6 proposed changes on pg 9 of the report-
All are in line with the objectives of the Park system and address some of the problems encoutered within our own ranks at these hunts in previous years.As far as the cull hunts go,we will have to get more information at the meeting.
 

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I didn't know they were considering this for SWM's in NJ. Any idea when this was suppose to be decided?

Sunday hunting. In March, the State Legislature approved a bill to permit bow hunting for deer on Sundays on State Wildlife Management Areas and on private property. As of the publication date of this report, the Governor had neither signed nor vetoed the legislation. If ultimately enacted, State law will still prohibit hunting on Sundays on other public land including County park property.
 
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