N.J.’s first extended bear hunt starts Monday


By Justin Zaremba   | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com The Star-Ledger

October 09, 2016

The extended hunting season for the New Jersey bear hunt will start on Monday to coincide with deer season.

Hunters with valid bear hunt permits and hunting licenses will be able to hunt bears using bow and arrows from Oct. 10 to Oct. 12, and using both bow and arrows and muzzleloaders from Oct. 13 to Oct. 15, according to the state Department of Environmental Protection.

6 thoughts on “N.J.’s first extended bear hunt starts Monday

  1. I’ll bet anything that all of tagged bears are wearing GPS collars so that certain people know just where they are. They demonize bears to make people beleive that they are dangerous and have to die.The bears that they kill in one year, helps increase the bear population the following year. (Compensatory Rebound) What a disgusting world we live in! We need people to speak out for them!

  2. The hunting will continue until enough activists have big protests, until enough activists vote pro-hunting legislators out of office, until enough activists and enough organizations donate enough money.

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