NJ Bow Hunt Bills Still Hung Up with Gov: Contact The Governor Now!
Trenton, NJ – -(AmmoLand.com)- It is urgent that we request Governor Corzine to sign Sunday Bow hunting into law. Animal rights forces are deluging the Governor with letters and phone calls to veto the bill- from all over the nation.
Please email the Governor by copying and pasting the below letter (or add/subtract your own wording.) Better yet mail a copy to the Governor – every letter received is given greater weight than an email!
Please have your wife (husband, significant other) children, neighbor, etc. do the same. HSUS, PETA, Sierra, Horse Riders, and Hikers are out in force to limit our outdoor freedoms. Send them a strong message – contact the Governor now! SEND THIS EMAIL TO AS MANY PEOPLE AS POSSIBLE
(609) 777-2464 phone
Governor’s email address: http://www.state.nj.us/governor/about/contact/
After going to the link
Step 1 – Select a Topic, select “Natural Resources” click continue
Step 2 – Select a Sub-Topic, select “Fish, Game, and Wildlife”
Fill in your information.
“Subject” insert – “Sunday Bow Hunting Bill A1669 / S802 ”
“Message” insert – “Please sign Bill A1669 / S802 to allow bow hunting on Sundays” (or copy and paste below letter.)
March 20, 2009
The Honorable Jon S. Corzine
Governor, State of New Jersey
Office of the Governor
PO Box 001
Trenton, NJ 08625
Re: Bill A1669 / S802
Sunday Bow Hunting
Dear Governor Corzine:
The above legislation now awaits your signature and its passage is extremely important to me. As a conservationist I am committed to responsible stewardship of our state’s natural resources and Sunday Bow Hunting helps in this endeavor.
The bill will ensure better manage New Jersey’s deer overpopulation. Every lifeless roadside deer is the result of a car accident, an accident that caused financial loss and perhaps personal injury or death.
The bill will help reduce agriculture losses due to deer feeding currently estimated to be 20% per year, reduce residential landscape damage and the transmission of Lyme disease. Sunday bow hunting will help to boost New Jersey’s hunting license revenue, aid the state’s ailing economy by drawing non-resident dollars, repeal an antiquated blue law and bring New Jersey in line with 43 states that currently allow bow hunting on Sundays.
The bill restricts bow hunting to private property and Wildlife Management Areas only. WMAs were originally purchased entirely from the sale of hunting and fishing licenses and operational funding is still provided entirely by hunters and anglers. Sunday bow only amounts to 14 days per year but is of great value to people currently obligated to family and work responsibilities.
Governor Corzine, I am one of 650,000 New Jerseyans who hunt, fish and vote. I ask that you sign the Sunday Bow hunting bill into law.
NJOACF Council Members:
Reef Rescue * NJ State Federation Sportsmen’s Clubs * Jersey Coast Anglers Association * Recreational Fishing Alliance * Trout Unlimited * National Wild Turkey Federation * NJ Beach Buggy Association * Hudson River Fishermen’s Association * United Bow Hunters NJ * New Jersey Council Diving Clubs * NJ Trappers Association * NJ Forestry Association * Society of American Foresters * Quail Unlimited * Ruffed Grouse Society * National Animal Interest Alliance Trust * Greater Point Pleasant Charter Boat Association * NJOA