From the New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife
-- A forum New Jersey deer hunters will be held three evenings in April on Antler Point Restrictions. The forum dates are Tuesday, April 6, Monday, April 12 and Thursday, April 15 at Cumberland Regional High School in Seabrook.
Fish and Wildlife deer biologists will present deer data for south Jersey deer management zones (DMZs) that currently have antler point restrictions. Deer data will also be presented for DMZs 30, 31, 34, 43 and 47, where the South Jersey branch of the Quality Deer Management Association has requested antler point restriction regulations.
The forum will allow deer hunters who hunt south Jersey DMZs to see data for existing APR zones and deer data from the DMZs proposed for APR. The information provided at the forum may be helpful for deer hunters when completing an upcoming survey Fish and Wildlife will send to solicit deer hunter opinion on the QDMA proposal to implement APR in DMZs 30, 31, 34, 43 and 47.
The forum starts promptly at 7:30 p.m. on all three dates. Seating is limited to the room capacity and is first-come, first-served. See http://www.crhsd.org/AboutUs/Pages/aboutus-mapsdirections.aspx for directions to the school.