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Can u use bait on wma to hunt deer?

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#1 Male OFFLINE   resquecfd


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Posted 09/12/13 - 01:58 PM

is it allowed to use bait when hunting deer in a wma area?

#2 Male OFFLINE   Drop Tine

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Posted 09/12/13 - 02:04 PM

Yes, you may....


Baiting is NOT allowed on National Wildlife Refuges and on Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area (Federal Lands)


Read the NJ F&WL Hunting & Trapping Digest.... there is a section on Hunting Wildlife Management Areas on page 74.... It will answer just about any questions you have and everyone should read it every year as a refresher on the laws of what you plan to hunt as well as any recent changes to said laws that are subject to change from year to year...

Edited by Drop Tine, 09/12/13 - 02:22 PM.

}}}--I certainly do chase New Jersey's BIG Bucks, BIG Birds, and BIG Fish--->

Best Bow Buck to date; 2011 Gross; 142 6/8
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