Assemblyman Sgt. Bob Andrzejczak has introduced legislation to propose making hunting and fishing constitutional rights in New Jersey. The concurrent resolution proposes a constitutional amendment to preserve the right of people to fish, hunt, trap and harvest fish and wildlife. The amendment would require that fish and wildlife be managed by laws and regulations that provide individuals with the continued opportunity to take species traditionally pursued by fishermen, hunters and trappers. Fish and wildlife management would have to be consistent with the state’s duty to conserve fish and wildlife for the recreational enjoyment of future New Jersey residents. Should the proposed amendment receive legislative approval, it will be put before voters on the ballot during the next general election that occurs more than three months thereafter.