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Towns in New Jersey Join Second Amendment Sanctuary Movement

CNBNews.net NEW JERSEY—Some towns in New Jersey have joined the Second Amendment sanctuary movement, according to ammoland.com. This movement is a form of civil disobedience that has taken off in Virginia, and it is also making strides in Kentucky. CNBNews graphic files Alexander Roubian of the New Jersey Second Amendment Society stated that two towns in the Garden State have already declared themselves as Second Amendment sanctuary jurisdictions, while “we are aware of dozens of others that are supportive of passing similar measures. We have... Read more →


NRA-ILA: Three Anti-Gun Bills Passed by Virginia Senate

SUPPORT NRA-ILA On Thursday, January 16th, the Virginia Senate voted to pass three of the anti-gun bills that the Senate Judiciary Committee approved on Monday. The fight is far from over! Dozens of other gun control bills from Michael Bloomberg’s wish-list have still not been taken up by a committee. Second Amendment supporters have demonstrated an unprecedented showing in support for our rights. It is critical that law-abiding citizens not back down and remain ready to oppose this agenda at every turn. View Related Articles... Read more →


List of Winners, 2020 Deer Classic All-time Top 10 List

EDISON, NJ--The annual Garden State Deer Classic, held January 9 to January 12, featured outstanding white-tailed deer harvested during the previous year's hunting seasons and recognized the hunters who took them. The deer were entered in the Outstanding White-tailed Deer Program. The Deer Classic was held at the Garden State Outdoor Sports Show at the New Jersey Convention & Expo Center in Edison. The 2020 show and Deer Classic was an event ideal for sportsmen and sportswomen and for exhibitors, drawing 40,000 sporting enthusiasts. The... Read more →


CNB Hunting/Fishing News NJ: Species on the Edge 2.0 Social Media Contest

CWF invites high school students from across the state to submit a series of original social media posts showing why it is important to protect wildlife in New Jersey. Register by February 28, 2020. Contest runs March 1-8, 2020. The fun and educational Species on the Edge 2.0 Social Media Contest capitalizes on high school students' expertise with social media platforms and provides them with the opportunity to showcase their talent, creativity, and love of nature. Students will create their own original content (for example:... Read more →


HOME COUNTRY: Do You Really Have To Go?

Slim Randles | CNBNews Columnist Teachers in rural schools are special. Unlike the great city amalgamated and homogenized institutes of lower learning, the rural schools tend not to have teachers who are putting in time until their heart stops. And it’s a mixed blessing, because rural schools sometimes have to hire someone whose only qualification is a pulse. But there are those rural teachers who go down in SLIM RANDLES legend for their creativity. Like John Lewis. After his first semester teaching at the high... Read more →


NRA-ILA: Bloomberg Dismisses Texas Hero

Insists It Wasn’t His “Job” to Have a Gun or Decide to Shoot SUPPORT NRA-ILA Jack Wilson – a 71-year-old congregant of the West Freeway Church of Christ in White Settlement, Tex. – is a hero to most Americans. When a deranged man savagely murdered two of Mr. Wilson’s fellow worshippers during a service at the church on Dec. 30, Wilson took swift action. He exposed himself to danger to deliver a single shot from his lawfully carried handgun that instantly ended what undoubtedly would... Read more →


DNREC Fish & Wildlife Police Blotter: Dec. 30 - Jan. 5

Reminder for the week: Hunting guides require guide license DOVER (Jan. 10, 2020) – To achieve public compliance with laws and regulations through education and enforcement actions that help conserve Delaware’s fish and wildlife resources and ensure safe boating and public safety, DNREC’s Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police officers between Dec. 30 – Jan. 5 made 1,169 contacts with hunters, anglers, boaters, and the general public, issuing 23 citations. Officers responded to 48 complaints regarding possible violations of laws and regulations or requests to... Read more →


Murphy Signs Bill That Bans Shark Fins

Yesterday, Murphy signed S2905 (Singleton), which prohibits certain possession, sale, trade, distribution, or offering for sale of shark fins. “The shark population has been decimated. This legislation will go a long way toward helping protect them in New Jersey. Shark finning has led to the overfishing and overexploitation of shark species. Since shark fin soup is a delicacy, the fins are sold at high prices resulting in tens of millions of sharks being killed every year. This has led to a dramatic decrease in the... Read more →


Millville (Delaware) Fire Company’s Outdoorsman Marketplace Show, This Saturday

MILLVILLE, DELAWARE--This Saturday, January 11th, at 7 AM to 3 PM is the second annual Millville Fire Company’s Outdoorsman Marketplace, benefiting the Millville Volunteer Fire Company to help raise money for a new fire hall. This is an “outdoorsman” show that is inside the Millville fire hall, located on 35554 Atlantic Ave, in Millville, DE. Entry fee for the public is $5 at the door. Each entry receives a door prize ticket. The ladies auxiliary will have breakfast and lunch available in the main area,... Read more →


GUEST OPINION: NRA-Defended Lawsuit Preserves Predator Hunting in Alaska

by Brian McCombie/NRA-ILA Great news for hunters in Alaska: Predator hunting, in accordance with Alaska law, can continue on the nearly 77 million acres of National Wildlife Refuge land in Alaska. And the National Rifle Association (NRA) helped make this happen. Predator hunting was threatened, thanks to a federal lawsuit brought by the Center for Biological Diversity (CBD), in CBD v. Bernhardt. The NRA and Safari Club International and others intervened as defendants in the lawsuit and argued against the CBD’s various claims against predator... Read more →


Bill Raroha, Vietnam War Army Veteran; Building Contractor; Audubon High Alum; Outdoorsman

The funny thing about the heart is a soft heart is a strong heart. Bill was a “sweet” heart. William G. Raroha was poignant, sensitive and thoughtful. He was just a big kid who loved spending time outdoors fishing and hunting. On Wednesday January 1st, 2020 we all started something new. After 74 years, Bill had finished his life’s chores and headed out to sea. Along with his fishin’ pole he headed out to the ole fishin’ hole where every day is fishing for him.... Read more →


The Garden State Outdoor Sports Show

EDISON, NJ--The Garden State Outdoor Sports Show welcomes the return of the tackle time pavilion, expanded hunting & fishing pavilion and the always popular N.J.D.E.P. deer classic. This year’s show will continue Outdoor Sports Groups pledge to provide a forum for the entire family and the next generation of the outdoor enthusiasts. Kick the 37th Anniversary Show off with Pro Staff Fishing Demonstration on the world famous Hawg Trough, 5000 Gallon Aquarium, Check out the latest in boats, outboards, RVs, powersports,fishing tackle,and hunting gear all... Read more →


Home Country: The Philosophy Counter

Slim Randles | CNBNews.net (Gloucestercitynews.net)(January 8, 20120)--It happened when two unfamiliar truck drivers came in the Mule Barn and took seats at the Round Table. Not that we wouldn’t have invited them to sit down, if they’d asked. Hey, we’re friendly guys. Usually we’re at the counter … you know … the Philosophy Counter. But this morning, due to nasty weather, the numbers of the world dilemma think tank experienced some overflow. But there were still two seats left at the Round Table until those... Read more →


NRA-ILA: Crime in Virginia is Falling – Governor Focuses on Making You a Felon

MONDAY, JANUARY 6, 2020 SUPPORT NRA-ILA Disgraced Governor Ralph Northam and his anti-gun allies in the newly elected legislature have made it clear they are hell-bent on enacting gun control. They want to take your guns and they want taxpayers to fund it. They’ve seen the same research that has shown that gun control doesn’t work. Violent crime in Virginia fell for the second consecutive year, and the Commonwealth has the fourth lowest violent crime rate in the nation – also for the second consecutive... Read more →


NJ Sierra Club Opinion: Menhaden Fishing Quota Bill Released from Committee

The Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee released S3796 (Andrzejczak). The bill requires the DEP Commissioner to establish individual transferable quota system for menhaden purse seine fishery. Jeff Tittel, Director of the New Jersey Sierra Club, released the following statement: “Menhaden are an important species and the food supply and stability of our fisheries, but this bill would lead to overfishing of this critical fish. Our concern is that the bill will privatize the regulation and mandate by setting up this quote system. By locking in... Read more →


HOME COUNTRY: See You Next Year!

Slim Randles | CNBNews.net “The highlight of the week before New Year’s,” said Steve, semi solemnly, “is to be able to tell your pals ‘See you next year’. “Really?” said Dud. “That’s it? How about now that we’re hip deep … almost … in the new year? What do you do now that is encouraging?” “Well,” Steve said, sipping his coffee and sending a jealous eye to Doc’s sweet roll, “one of my New Year’s resolutions is to figure out what to look forward to... Read more →


2019 Delaware Fishing Photo Contest winners

DOVER (Jan. 2, 2020) – DNREC’s Division of Fish & Wildlife announced today that Dave Tally of Camden won the 2019 Delaware Fishing Photo Contest, for best portraying this year’s contest theme, “Get Out and Fish DE.” His winning photo of two anglers fishing on McColley Pond in Kent County, titled “Purple Worm,” will be featured on the cover of the 2020 Delaware Fishing Guide, with four other winning photos to be displayed inside the guide. The other contest winners are: Second place: “Filling the... Read more →


CNB Hunting/Fishing New Jersey: The Striped Bass Bonus Program

The 2019 Striped Bass Bonus Program (SBBP) closed at 12:00 a.m. Wednesday, January 1, 2020. Permits issued for 2019 are not valid in 2020. Applications for the 2020 SBBP are not currently being accepted. A new application must be submitted for 2020 when available. The NJ Marine Fisheries Council will make decisions early in 2020 regarding the future of the 2020 SBBP. The Division will provide information regarding 2020 applications for individual anglers and party/charter boat owners once a decision is announced. Updated and new... Read more →


DNREC’s Division of Parks & Recreation hosts First Day Hikes across Delaware

DOVER (Dec. 27, 2019) – New Year’s Day is a great time to kick the 2020s off on the right foot with one of 18 First Day Hikes hosted by DNREC’s Division of Parks and Recreation. First Day Hikes is a national movement sponsored by America’s State Parks to encourage the celebration of fitness in the nation’s great outdoors. There’s no need to register for any of the hikes listed below; just show up prepared to walk! Items hikers may want to bring along include... Read more →


Maryland’s Mentored Hunt Rejuvenates Childhood Dream

A Hunter’s Story: December 2019 Hunting turkey. Photo by Maribeth Kulynycz. My passion for hunting began when I was a young girl, listening raptly to my dad’s bedtime stories about his childhood spent stalking birds with only a slingshot and a pouch of pebbles on his family’s farm. When I got a job at a sporting goods store, I fell in love with hunting for real. My exposure to the store’s hunting department was like something familiar and new all at the same time, even... Read more →


GUEST OPINION: Pennsylvania AG Targets Partially-Manufactured Receivers, Gun Owners

HARRISBURG PA--On December 16, Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro issued a convoluted interpretation of state gun law that will have broad implications for Keystone State gun owners. The attorney general’s letter expanded the state’s statutory definition of “firearm” to include almost any material that has the potential to be fashioned into a firearm frame or receiver. The strained interpretation has the potential to effectively eliminate Pennsylvanians’ long-standing tradition of making their own firearms for personal use. Under federal law (18 U.S. Code § 921), the term... Read more →


Cranesville Swamp Maryland Offers a Glimpse into a Different Time and Climate

December 2019 Photo by Ashley Stimpson Most people come to western Maryland for the mountains — but Garrett County visitors who venture off the beaten path will find a remarkable and rare treasure tucked between the hills. Cranesville Swamp Preserve is one of the last boreal bogs in the southeastern United States. In this small, bowlshaped bog, a phenomenon known as a “frost pocket” creates a habitat more reminiscent of Alaska than Maryland. As weather patterns move east across the region, the hills surrounding Cranesville... Read more →


DNREC Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police Blotter: Dec. 9-15

Reminder for the week: Hunting and fishing licenses and Conservation Access Passes help fund Delaware conservation and outdoor recreation facilities DOVER (Dec. 23, 2019) – To achieve public compliance with laws and regulations through education and enforcement actions that help conserve Delaware’s fish and wildlife resources and ensure safe boating and public safety, DNREC’s Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police officers between Dec. 9-15 made 1,360 contacts with hunters, anglers, boaters, and the general public, issuing 16 citations. Officers responded to 43 complaints regarding possible... Read more →


GUEST OPINION: Virginia Gov. Northam Proposing a Host of Anti-Gun Measures

As if Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam’s wholesale attack on law-abiding gun owners wasn’t enough, the disgraced public official and his Michael Bloomberg-bought allies in the General Assembly now want the state’s hard-working taxpayers to foot the bill for their unconstitutional schemes. The budget bill (HB30) includes an appropriation of a quarter million dollars to carry out a host of gun control measures that Northam and his anti-gun allies hope to enact. The $250,000 is appropriated to the Corrections Special Reserve Fund in order to provide... Read more →


CNB Hunting/Fishing Maryland: Home on the Fringe: White-tailed Deer Thrive in Suburbs

December, 2019 MARYLAND--Suburban deer sightings are so common that few of us pay much attention anymore. White-tailed deer are everywhere – along the roadways, throughout our parks, and in our very own backyards. Many people incorrectly presume that these animals belong in the deep woods, and the ones wandering into our neighborhoods are refugees displaced by residential, commercial, or agricultural development. In fact, development actually creates better habitat for deer. White-tailed deer are a fringe species, exploiting the benefits of forested land for cover and... Read more →


CNB HUNTING/FISHING Delaware: Hunting Seasons Opening in January

Late deer seasons provide last chance to harvest deer DOVER (Dec. 23, 2019) – For hunters still looking to harvest a deer, firearm deer seasons opening in January and continuing archery seasons, some extending into early February, provide the last chance to harvest deer during the 2019/20 hunting season. Hunting seasons opening in January: Brant: Jan. 4 - 27 Handgun Deer*: Jan. 4, Jan. 6 - 11, excluding Sunday, Jan. 5 and 12 Shotgun Deer*: Jan. 18 - 26, including Sundays Muzzleloader Deer: Jan. 27... Read more →


AG Grewal Sues Companies for Selling Large Capacity Ammunition Magazines into NJ

Some Refused To Turn Over Evidence of Prior Sales Elite Aluminum Complaint 22MODSFORALL Complaint TRENTON – Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal today filed suit against two separate out-of-state companies which previously sold illegal large capacity magazines (LCMs) to undercover state investigators in New Jersey, and which have failed to comply with state subpoenas demanding the records of their New Jersey sales. New Jersey law prohibits the possession and sale of firearm magazines that are capable of holding more than 10 rounds of ammunition. LCMs allow... Read more →


Home Country: Why We Cherish Christmas

Slim Randles | CNBNewsnet Mabel Adams was sitting in the day room at the Rest of Your Life retirement home when the children came in. She smiled and so did all the others in the room except for two who didn’t Slim Randles know what was going on. The old-timers in the home knew the kids were coming and had put up Christmas decorations around in the day room and on the doors of their own small apartments and on themselves. Mabel had been reminded... Read more →


CNB Hunting/Fishing NJ : Bear Season Extended Four Days

- Segment B Resumes Wednesday, December 18 December 15, 2019 The December segment of the black bear hunting season will be extended by four days to achieve management and bear population objectives. The next phase of Segment B of the season (Segment A was October 14-19) will begin a half-hour prior to sunrise on Wednesday, December 18 and will continue until a half-hour after sunset on Saturday, December 21. New Jersey's Comprehensive Black Bear Management Policy, which has been integrated into the Game Code, mandates... Read more →


CNB Hunting/Fishing News: 2020 New Jersey Freshwater Fishing Digest

< This Digest is available in an enlarged photocopied black and white format for the visually impaired. Send requests to: NJ Division of Fish and Wildlife, Large Format Freshwater Fishing Digest, MC 501-03, P.O. Box 420, Trenton, NJ 08625-0420. The 2020 New Jersey Freshwater Fishing Digest is available on this website in PDF format and on the publisher's website in an easy-to-use interactive format. View it on J.F. Griffin Media's site now: Publisher's 2020 New Jersey Freshwater Fishing Digest Digest segments and past issues are... Read more →


CNBNews Hunting/Fishing NJ: Atlantic Brant Migration and Breeding Ecology Study 2019 Update

December 13, 2019 The NJDEP Division of Fish and Wildlife is in the middle of two multi-year Atlantic brant migration and breeding ecology studies collaborating with the New York Department of Environmental Conservation, Canadian Wildlife Service, and University of Missouri, School of Natural Resources. Atlantic brant are a small goose species that breeds in arctic Canada and winters in the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States. About 90% of the entire population winters along the coast of New Jersey and New York. During the past... Read more →


Maryland Fishing Report: Chesapeake Bay striped bass season closes December 15,

By Keith Lockwood Maryland Department of Natural Resources December 11, 2019 Photo by Keith Lockwood While everyone is caught up in the pre-holiday rush, those looking for a little respite will find plenty of fun fishing opportunities this month. The preseason stocking of trout has begun and walleye, chain pickerel, yellow perch, and catfish are all eager to entertain those who fish for them. The Chesapeake Bay striped bass season will come to a close on December 15, and the past couple weeks have been... Read more →


Home Country: Windy Cheating at Solitaire?

Slim Randles | CNBNews.net The main problem, said Windy to himself, is a lack of variety. He got up from his kitchen table and poured a fourth cup of coffee. The weather outside was terrible, he didn’t have any work to do today, Ramses was healthy and asleep over next to the heater. Not bad, said the old cowboy philosopher and camp cook. I could do a lot worse, he thought. But still, there was that darn lack of variety. And it was this problem... Read more →


Maryland's 2020-21 Migratory Game Bird Contest Winner

Indiana Artist’s Blue-Winged Teal to Adorn Hunting Stamps The Maryland Department of Natural Resources is pleased to announce that Jeffrey Klinefelter of Etna Green, Ind. won the 46th Annual Maryland Migratory Game Bird Stamp Design Contest. Judges selected his stunning depiction of a hen and a drake blue-winged teal, complete with leg band and mirror-like reflection in the water, aptly named “Quiet Waters.” The artwork will be featured on the stamps that hunters purchase to hunt all migratory game birds in the state, with the... Read more →


Mark R. Gosewisch; Worked at Dominic Tavern, Barrington Rod & Reel Member

Mark R. Gosewisch “Gozzie”, on December 8, 2019, of Somerdale, formerly of Bellmawr. Age 62. Beloved husband of Barbara (nee Harder) for 41 years. Devoted father of Jason Gosewisch (Julie) and Ashley Sanderson (David Jr.). Loving pop-pop of Paige, Jason, Nathan, Angelina, Kolton and Chase. Dear brother of Louis Gosewisch (Phyllis), Ronald Gosewisch (Janet) and Beverly Wall (Dennis). Brother in law of Greg Kyler and the late Elizabeth Kyler. Mark leaves behind man’s best friends, Gus and Wally. Also survived by many nieces and nephews.... Read more →