Source: NJ Department of Fish and Wildlife Law Enforcement
Rob Winkel, Chief
An officer had been looking for a permanently revoked
hunter in Somerset County and ran into him while checking pheasant hunters
at Clinton WMA. Summons issued.
An officer came upon a Pennsylvania resident who was about
to hunt pheasants in Sandyston Twp. The hunter had resident hunting licenses
from New York and New Jersey in his possession. He also had a current
resident Pennsylvania license. A summons was issued which carries a $100
The information was turned over to NY and the hunter faces
a $500 penalty for claiming false NY residency.
An officer apprehended a pheasant hunter using his hunting
partner's father's hunting license and pheasant stamp. Summonses were
issued. His partner received a summons for loaning the license and the
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