900 Hundred Dead Dolphins Wash Ashore in Ukraine By John Toth Ukraine is building cases against Russia for genocide, aggression, crimes against humanity and also a new one called Ecocide. This new one is crime against Ukraine’s environment. Since the Russian/Ukraine war began, approximately 900 dolphins have washed up dead on Ukraine’s shore line. Russian warships menacing the southern […]
Dear NJOA Members, We were informed yesterday that the Senate bill, S987, will be heard at the Senate Budget and Appropriations Meeting on Monday June 12, 2023 at 1:30 PM. This legislative bill will provide $1 million in appropriations for PUBLIC access in certain NJ lakes. We are asking members to testify in SUPPORT of this bill! If you think you can
Our team is always working behind the scenes to protect your hunting, fishing and trapping rights. Here is a list of bills introduced in to the NJ Legislature that could affect your rights. We are always watching to try to stop bad bills from becoming law.
HATE TO SAY I TOLD YOU SO When S-3214 /A -4769 were first introduced I took the time to review and make notes on all 39 pages of text. While most of the garbage put forth by the liberal politicians had to do with where and when you could carry a hand gun one section that was
The New Jersey Black Bear Policy has been under attack by anti-hunting forces for years. This year’s hunt was approved as an emergency measure but we still need to adopt a Comprehensive Black Bear Management Policy to insure that the hunt continues after this year. The state is soliciting comments on the CBBMP. You can be sure that
Dear NJOA Supporters, There is another bill (Resolution) being introduced in the NJ legislature in an to attempt to eliminate trapping. The bill is ACR-164/SCR124. So far there are only two sponsors, one in each house but we need to bring our concerns forward before this misguided bill gets wings. The bill seeks to overturn the decision by
NOAA Proposes a 10 knot Speed Restriction to Save Right Whales An article by John Toth Right whales are in danger of becoming extinct with approximately 350 of them left. Many of them are killed by entanglement with fishing gear and especially being hit by ships. To prevent the killing of these endangered whales, NOAA
Ed visited with Tom P on August 13th and explained why we oppose the Hudson Canyon Sanctuary. Ed was the first guest. His comments last for about 18 minutes. You can listen to Ed’s comments. Click this link to listen. popup