Kensdock Report: NJ Saltwater Sportsmen’s Alliance

The NJ Saltwater Sportsmen’s Alliance is a true grass roots organization, made up of passionate saltwater fishermen. We truly love the NJ outdoors and saltwater fishing. In the past we have been a quiet group trading saltwater fishing stories to get through the winter. However with the free registry bill being unfunded, the recent 1.3 million dollar budget cut to the NJBMF and the fact that NJ fishing seasons have begun to close due to lack of funding, we are outraged. We are also concerned with the lies that are being repeated and unquestioned by the supporters of the free fishing bill S1122. We find gambling with the future of New Jersey saltwater fishing seasons to save $5 dollars totally unacceptable. We support a 15 dollar NJ saltwater license, this would:

   1) Fully fund the NJBMF

    2) Save NJ saltwater fishermen 15 dollars that we must know pay the feds to fish.

    3)  Qualify NJ for 5 times the Dingell- Johnson Sport fishing restoration funds.

4)   Qualify NJ for millions of dollars in grant money with the SWL.

5)   Ensure future generations of saltwater fisherman improved saltwater fishing opportunities.

Ken McDermott III

Vice President

Cape May/Cumberland County Saltwater Sportsmen’s Alliance

 

609.412.3811

More Press Coverage on Saltwater Registry

 

Trenton Times

Saltwater registry leaves

taxpayers on the hook

http://www.nj.com/opinion/times/letters/index.ssf?/base/news-2/129351873452460.xml&coll=5

http://www.capemaycountyherald.com/article/57667-cost+not+having+salt+water+license

Those interested in contacting the Governor’s office can do so by calling 1-609-292-6000

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  3 comments for “Kensdock Report: NJ Saltwater Sportsmen’s Alliance

  1. Brian
    January 18, 2011 at 9:45 pm

    I was just in Florida fresh and saltwater fishing. The facilities they have are tremendous! They’ve had a saltwater license for years and are using the money wisely. We need to have one now too.

  2. Ken
    January 26, 2011 at 1:06 am

    Brian, I have been out of state fishing working with a cell phone. I did not forget you. Ken

  3. jay di santo
    January 28, 2011 at 9:25 pm

    Hi Ken. Great site I fished Cape May for years from a small boat out of Breezy. Been fishing Raritan bay the last 5yrs or so but Cape May is callin me back. I’m gonna be chasing the Tiderunners in April. Will be checkin in and will drop a line if I find some. Jay.

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