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Old 01-09-2005, 09:55 AM
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U sure on that? Sounds good to me.
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I will have to ask a conservation officer to be sure. I've heard some others lament about a similar situation. Example 0 to 3 miles on the Atlantic waters is ok but when you come back in through towards home the bays and inlets in NJ are now closed from Jan 1 to March 31st. Theoretically you have the same situation. I would imagine that as long as your cooler is secure your OK. So everyone potentially has the same problem. I wonder if they think this stuff through before the AFMC makes them adhere to these ridiculous regs.
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The burden of proof would be on them. I would imagine that as long as the fish was taken legally, and unless they would lie in court, we would be OK :!:
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Rich I stumbled upon this. :oops: https://www.stripers247.com/RaritanBayMap.htm
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Interesting but I would have to double check on it. I have talked to guys fishing the West side of the channel and they said it was NY waters where they were. I am going to call Div. of Fish and Game and see what they have to say.
Thanks for the map anyway, will put it to use in the Spring.
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Update The dotted lines are The Col reg lines

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Hi Guys,

Not sure if I know what I am talking about but using my leagal hat.... In the deleware I think Jim is right on. As long as you do not beach in PA, you can fish the whole river following NJ regs if you took to the water in NJ and have a NJ license.

The bay is another matter. You can definitly catch fish in NJ, appropriately so, and drift into NY and get busted if regs / seasons openings are different. "intent" is not required to violate the law. As far as the boundaries I use the bouy as general markers. True, you could be off, but, in general the police wont bother you if you are within the general area.

I know this does not make you feel great but I think Jims initial comment would end up being the reality. Where you berth is where they are generally going to check your fish.

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