Re: NANFA-- The unreliable nature of verbal permission ----- was: All

Dave Littlehale (
Fri, 15 Dec 2000 15:45:37 -0500

Here in NJ, there is a difference in regulations or permitting on various lands.
Water that is within the boundries and jurisdiction of the State Parks does not
necessarily have a different set of regulations but a permit from the State does
not apply to these waters. Permission needs to be obtained from the State Parks
in addition to the State DEP. There are not too many Federal Parks in NJ, but
again, seperate permission needs to be obtained from these people as well.

Also, the State is very concerned about the trespassing on private lands. A
phrase on this subject is on every permit.

Missing collecting already


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