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New Jersey Deer Seasons ArcherySept. 10-30 Oct. 1-Nov. 27** Jan. 1-Feb. 18**MuzzleloaderNov. 21-Dec. 31**FirearmNov. 21-Feb. 11**Six-Day FirearmDec. 5-10Youth FirearmNov. 191 more row
A license is required to hunt or trap in New Jersey and a person must be a minimum of 10 years of age to have one issued (see Farmer Exceptions).
There is no hunting on SUNDAY in New Jersey EXCEPT for certain Wildlife Management Areas and private lands.
On Monday, May 4, 2009, Senate Bill 802 was signed into law. This legislative change amends the law (N.J.S.A. 23:4-24) to legalize deer hunting on Sundays with a bow and arrow on Wildlife Management Areas and on private property only.
New Jersey requires that everyone, age 10 and above, applying to hunt with a firearm or bow must show a previous resident license of the appropriate type from this or any state, or a course completion card from the appropriate hunter education course to obtain a regular license, see Apprentice License exemption, above.
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A completed hunter education course or a resident license from NJ or any another state is required to obtain a NJ license. If hunter education had been completed but the card lost, a duplicate hunter education card can often be obtained.
You can open carry while hunting in the state. However, during archery season, you cannot open carry or possess firearms. New Jersey firearm harassment law includes the following: Nobody shall impede or attempt to restrict the movement of someone that is taking part in the legal hunting of firearms.
All hunters must obtain permission to hunt on private property and written permission to hunt within the 450 feet safety zone. The NJ Division of Fish and Wildlife has provided a Hunter Landowner Courtesy Card (in this manual and in the digest) for you to use when obtaining permission to hunt.
Sunday hunting is prohibited; see Raccoon and Opossum, page 49 plus Semi-wild and Commercial Shooting Preserves for exceptions. Season Dates and Bag Limits: The Small Game Hunting Seasonstable on page 51 lists dates, hunting hours and daily bag limits for all small game species open for hunting.
Properly licensed and permitted hunters 10 years and older may hunt with a muzzleloading rifle. A valid Rifle Permit must be possessed while hunting with a muzzleloading rifle. Permitted action types include percussion, flintlock and inline. Electronic ignitions are not legal.

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