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(NJ) South Jersey Fishing Report: April 23, 2014
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(NJ) Too busy to own a boat? Maybe there's a club program that can help
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(NJ) Jersey Shore fishing: Shad tournament coming up
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(NJ) Jersey Shore fishing: Mixed striper results in Raritan Bay
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(NJ) RFA to host striped bass forum on Wednesday
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Snakeheads in the Delaware River?
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NJ and the Clean Vessel Act

Clean Vessel Act- New Jersey Pump-Out Stations


The Clean Vessel Act is administered by the US Fish & Wildlife Service in conjunction with the representative states. The following brochure describes the program:


united states fish and wildlife service


Clean Vessel Act


The following New Jersey Clean Vessel Act regulations are provided by the NJ Division of Fish & Wildlife. Click on the following links for additional information:


new jersey division of fish and wildlife
new jersey fish and wildlife


clean vessel act pumpout


NJ Boaters Pumpout Guide: Part 1

NJ Boaters Pumpout Guide: Part 2

The American Boating and Yacht Council has provided information regarding sanitary systems and maintenance in regards to boats. Click on the link below:

Sewage Holding Tank Systems for Recreational Boats

The following information is provided by the NJ Department of Environmental Protection, in cooperation with the NJ Marine Sciences Consortium and NJ Sea Grant. The marinas listed in the link below have taken steps to promote protection of our marine resources.

new jersey clean marina


NJ Clean Marina Guidebook

NJ Certified Clean Marinas



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