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Outdoor Life: New Jersey Bill Would Require Landowners to Notify Neighbors Before Hunting Their Own Land

By June 12, 2022No Comments

From Legislators in New Jersey introduced a bill last month that would change the state’s regulations for hunting on private land. Assembly Bill 3732 calls for an expanded safety buffer that would prohibit hunters from nocking an arrow or carrying a loaded weapon within 450 feet of any occupied building in the state. A3732 would also require private landowners in the state to notify neighboring landowners before they could be allowed to hunt on their own land. Read the full article here