HUNTER SAFETY COURSES

COURSES LISTED NEAR YOU: http://my.register-ed.com/event/studentchooseevent

ALL HUNTER SAFETY COURSES WILL NEED FOR YOU TO GO ON LINE AND REGISTER AHEAD OF TIME!!!!!!

 

HUNTER EDUCATION

Hillsboro Police Station

Russ Galpin

 

sign up www.wildnh.com

 

Weare Hunter Safety Course 

Please see below for the class dates and times.  Could you post these dates on your website and announce the times to your customers wanting to take a class. Students are able to start registering for our classes now because some of the classes have been  activated in Event Manager by NHF&G HE Office Staff.  They can call (603) 261-6701 or 261-6704 if they have questions.   Also, I will be bringing up posters to put up on your board as soon as possible.   Thank you in advance.

 

 

 

 

 

PINNACLE MT F&G

AL MENARD 487-2357

 

$5.00

 

 

Goffstown Fish and Game

HUNTER.EDU@COMCAST.NET

COST $5:00 AGE 12 AND UP

 

 

 

Pinnacle Mountain Fish and Game

    Al Menard 487-2357 6-9pm

 

$5.00

 

PETERBOROUGH SPORTSMAN CLUB

Jim Chartrand

 

899-6993

 

 

ON LINE COURSES

 

 

There are two ways to take Hunter Education in New Hampshire:

What kinds of courses are available?

What does it cost?

What are the age requirements for Hunter Education?

To receive a certificate of completion in a traditional hunter, bowhunter, or trapper education course, you must be at least 12 years old by the completion of the course. To take the online hunter education course, students must be at least 15 years of age, or older. Youth hunters should try to complete a hunter education course sometime between the age of 12 and their 16th birthday.

 

 

 

r for a Field Day. The Field Day includes hands-on instruction in gun handling, map and compass skills, live fire and a law presentation by a Conservation Officer. Click here to see current the Field Day schedule and registration deadlines.

 
  • Bowhunter Education (traditional) Click here to see current the Bowhunter Ed course schedule
    Important differences between hunting with a firearm and hunting with archery equipment make education vital to the future of bowhunting. This classroom-based course emphasizes safety, ethics and responsibility. Students discuss safety and ethical situations unique to bowhunting, and learn how archery techniques can differ from those used with firearms. Other topics in the 8 to 12-hour course include archery equipment, game anatomy, shot placement, tree stand safety, game recovery and more. Several of these topics are taught outdoors as well. Students must pass the written exam with a score of 80% or higher. There is no field test or shooting component to a bowhunter education course. Students register with the Chief instructor; see schedule for info.
  • What does it cost?

    What are the age requirements for Hunter Education?

    To receive a certificate of completion in a traditional hunter, bowhunter, or trapper education course, you must be at least 12 years old by the completion of the course. To take the online hunter education course, students must be at least 15 years of age, or older. Youth hunters should try to complete a hunter education course sometime between the age of 12 and their 16th birthday.