Hi-Mar Striped Bass Tournament

The Hi-Mar club conducts one of the premier striped bass tournaments in North Jersey. This year’s fall 40 hour event will run from 8 P.M. on Friday (10/25/13) to Noon on Sunday (10/27/13)
http://hi-mar.com/2013/06/featured-fall/


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Thank you Governor Christie

Please do not forget to contact Governor Christie’s office to say thank you for his actions on the anti-gun bills.

http://www.state.nj.us/governor/contact/


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Contact Governor Christie

Urge Governor Christie to veto the current anti-gun legislation that is on his desk.

You can contact him through this link:  http://nj.gov/governor/contact/

or you can US postal mail Governor Christie at this address:

Office of the Governor
PO Box 001
Trenton, NJ 08625
609-292-6000

The NJ State Federation of Sportsmen’s Clubs is working with and urging you to support the key sporting groups in dealing with the current legislative issues:

 


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Urgent Attention Needed

A raft of bills are due to be heard Monday, June 10 at 2 p.m. in the Assembly Agriculture & Natural Resources Committee.

Our concerns include, but are not limited to:

A3554

http://www.njleg.state.nj.us/2012/Bills/A4000/3554_I1.HTM

A bill to regulate tethering, this would have a chilling

effect on the efforts of The Seeing Eye to properly train and prepare their service dogs for training. In addition, this would make the common practice of staking dogs at field trials illegal. It would also negatively impact the use of grooming tables, since they are commonly used with a non-buckle collar. Any situation where you would temporarily restrain your dog by tying to an object would become illegal if the lead were less than 15’. Walk your dog to the corner market to pick up coffee and a paper, tying them outside? Illegal. Working in your yard and tying your dog to a tree? Illegal, if the tie is less than 15’. Going on a picnic and attaching your dog to a table leg? Illegal, if the tie is less than 15’.


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New Site

Just updated and ready to rock.  This is an important year for Sportsmen and Sportswomen and the NJ State Federation of Sportsmens’ Clubs Officers want to keep you informed and motivate you into action when needed.

Heads up – Please hang on to your membership card and insurance credentials.  Put them in a safe location for your use in hunts, clubs, etc.  A $5.00 fee will be incurred when replacement credentials are requested effective 8/1/13.


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