The Garden state’s 794,000 sportsmen spend over $1.26 billion annually, supporting 16,905 jobs in the state. Working with CSF in a coordinated effort to protect and promote the sportsmen’s traditions in New Jersey are members of the Congressional Sportsmen’s Caucus as well as the New Jersey Legislative Angling and Hunting Conservation Caucus.
For more information on the elected officials protecting and promoting the sportsmen’s traditions in New Jersey please contact Senior Director, Northeastern States Brent Miller.
Congressional Sportsmen's Caucus
New Jersey Members — Your representatives in Congress.
New Jersey Angling and Hunting Conservation Caucus
Caucus Leadership — Your local representatives in state government
Senator John Burzichelli
Senator Steve Oroho
Senator Steve Sweeney
New Jersey S 3537Dec 15
Changes membership of the Fish and Game Council.
New Jersey S 3525Dec 11
Concerns the Tonka's Law; changes perimeter for bow and arrow hunting around certain…
- New Jersey S 3493Nov 13
- New Jersey S 3495Oct 16
- New Jersey A 5276Dec 11
- New Jersey S 3457Oct 16
- New Jersey AR 282Jul 19
- New Jersey A 4923Jun 6
- New Jersey A 4913Jun 6 View more legislative alerts »
- New Jersey: Caucus Co-Chair Receives Esteemed Conservation Leadership AwardApr 13
- New Jersey: Sunday Hunting Bill Introduced by Caucus Co-ChairFeb 16
- New Jersey: Bill to Authorize the Use of Tracking Dogs Clears Another HurdleDec 21 View more media alerts »
Reports and Data
Your opinion counts
Which of these considered changes do you believe would have the most positive impact on management of the recreational red snapper fishery in the Gulf of Mexico?Vote Here
- Granting full management authority (stock assessments, management of both commercial and recreational sectors, etc.) to the five Gulf states. (33.33%)
- Extending the states’ current 9-mile management jurisdictions to 25 miles. (19.05%)
- Permanently allow each state to manage its recreational sector allocation out to 200 nautical miles. (19.05%)
- Use of more appropriate management models, such as rate of harvest, rather than the commercial hard-poundage quota system currently in place. (23.81%)
- Inclusion of additional, non-federal data in stock assessments. (4.76%)