NJOA MOVES BLOOD TRACKING BILL FORWARD

NJOA Moves Blood Tracking Bill to Allow Dogs to Find Downed Deer Darren Doran and his Dachshund Theo recover a buck.     As spring tried to push through winter and another deer hunting season fades in to the rear view, the New Jersey Outdoor Alliance’s long-time trusteed Ed Markowski was in Trenton to testify on… Read more »

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ANNUAL SPORTING CLAYS FUNDRAISER REGISTRATION NOW OPEN!

Be sure to sign up for the Annual Sporting Clays Fundraiser!   What –Annual New Jersey Outdoor Alliance Sporting Clays Fund Raiser Event When– Saturday, May 20, 2017 Sign-In 8:00 am – 11:00 am Starts promptly at 9:00 am (Rain Date: Sunday, May 21, 2017 Where– Red Wings Sporting Clays 317 Sooys Landing Road Port… Read more »

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ACT NOW-YOUR RIGHTS ARE UNDER ATTACK!

During the past year, your right to hunt, fish and trap is under relentless attack by animal rights groups lead by Senator Raymond Lesniak and Assemblyman Timothy Eustace.  These two politicians are using their position of power and network of politicians to take away your outdoor pursuits.  They are even circumventing appropriate legislative committees and… Read more »

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NJOA CHAIRMAN GRIMBILAS HONORED AS SPORTSPERSON OF THE YEAR

Pete Grimbilas has been honored as the 2016 Jersey Coast Anglers Association’s Sportsperson-of-the-Year.    Pete was nominated by the Saltwater Anglers of Bergen County and the New Jersey Outdoor Alliance.  Pete is the current Chairman of the New Jersey Outdoor Alliance and has been a tireless advocate for protecting and promoting the fishing rights of all… Read more »

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SUPPORT N.J. SMZ STATUS FOR REEFS

This is a request from the New Jersey Outdoor Alliance to support Special Management Zone (SMZ) status for New Jersey’s offshore artificial reefs. A brief history; NJ’s artificial reefs are built with recreational angler dollars, either thru direct contributions or via Wallop-Breaux taxes on sporting goods.  This is part of the US Fish and Wildlife… Read more »

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