2012 NJ REGISTRY

The registry is an important tool that will help fishermen and policy makers work together to better account for the contributions and impacts of saltwater anglers on ocean ecosystems and coastal economies.

It is part of a national overhaul of the way NOAA collects and reports recreational fishing data. The goal of the initiative – known as the Marine Recreational Information Program, or MRIP – is to provide the most accurate information possible that can be used to determine the health of fish stocks.

Reliable, universally trusted data will in turn aid anglers, fisheries managers and other stakeholders in their combined efforts to effectively and fairly set the rules that will ensure the long-term sustainability of recreational fishing.

This Registry is NOT a License.  All Marine Fisheries Rules and Regulations must be followed at all times.

You must register again. It’s free. Here’s the link: http://www.nj.gov/dep/saltwaterregistry/index.html

For more information, visit www.CountMyFish.noaa.gov.

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