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NJ SURVEYS STRIPED BASS ANGLERS - ENDS JUNE 14

You have until this Friday, June 14, 2019 to respond to the striped bass survey being conduced by the New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife to solicit angler input on potential changes to the state's striped bass regulations as of 2020.
By Jim Hutchinson  |  June 10, 2019
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NJ SURVEYS STRIPED BASS ANGLERS - ENDS JUNE 14

Are you registered to fish in the state of New Jersey?

If so, you may have already received the email notification from the New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife soliciting your opinion on potential changes to New Jersey’s striped bass regulations.

In response to the 2018 Atlantic Striped Bass stock assessment that indicated spawning stock is too low, and fishing mortality is too high, the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission (ASMFC) is requiring states to implement measures that would reduce harvest levels by 2020 by approximately 17%.

The ASMFC allows for certain changes to mandatory coastwide measures and this survey is designed to help the New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife understand your interest in such changes.

New Jersey’s (and all coastal states) regulations must change in 2020, and for this reason your participation in this survey is very important.

To participate, click the Take the Survey button below to submit responses by Friday June 14, 2019.

The survey will take approximately 5 to 8 minutes to complete.

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