NEW JERSEY – This year’s Take a Kid Hunting Pheasant Hunt will take place on Saturday, Nov. 4. Properly licensed and supervised youth hunters have the opportunity to hunt one of 10 Wildlife Management Areas (WMA) stocked specifically for this program, according to the New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife.
Eight guided morning hunts are offered, however participants must register and registration opens Tuesday, Sept. 5. When registration reaches capacity for each WMA, it will no longer appear on the online registration form. Registration closes Oct. 15 and late registrations will not be accepted.
Priority will be given to first time participants and youths who have never had the opportunity to upland hunt to take advantage of this program. Walk-in participants will not be accepted.
Youth hunters who do not register for the guided morning hunt can still participate Nov. 4 and Nov. 6-10 on any of the 10 WMAs stocked for the Take a Kid Pheasant Hunting program. Youth hunters must be properly licensed and accompanied by a properly licensed mentor.
Anyone with questions, should email staff at email@example.com.