Once students pass the online exam, they will receive a voucher with a link to register for their field day. The cost of the online exam is $29.00 which is paid only upon passing. Masks and other personal protective equipment will be provided as needed at the field days, and class sizes will be limited to ensure the safety of participants.
Please Note: Field days are available only for New Hampshire residents age 15 and older. New Hampshire provides double certification for Hunter Education and Bowhunter Education in all certification courses except Trapper Education. There is no separate Bowhunter education course.
FULL COURSE ONCE COVID-19 RESTRICTIONS HAVE BEEN REMOVED.
Conservation Officers provide instruction hunting laws instruction. Participants are provided with a course handbook.
PLEASE...IF YOU ENROLL IN THIS CLASS, SHOW UP! THERE ARE OTHERS WHO ALSO WANT THE CLASS AND BY NOT BOTHERING TO WITHDRAW IF NOT GOING TO SHOW, YOU WILL BE DENYING SOMEBODY ELSE THE OPPORTUNITY TO TAKE THIS CLASS.
Each enrolled student will receive a New Hampshire Hunter Education Packet, containing all course and educational materials needed to successfully complete the course. A wildlife identification guide, outdoor survival information and additional handouts.
WHO MAY PARTICIPATE IN HUNTER/BOWHUNTER EDUCATION?
All Participants in Hunter Education must be a minimum of twelve (12) years of age to receive certification. Participants under the age of 18 must have a parent or legal guardian sign the course registration card at the commencement of the first class. All participants are requested to bring a positive form of identification. There will be approximately 12 classroom hours and 6-8 field hours and a final exam as prescribed by the N.H. Fish and Game Department. Participant Course cost is $5.00.
To successfully complete the course, the New Hampshire Fish & Game Department requires course hours participation in conjunction with a written and field examination. NO CLASSES may be missed and the participant will be automatically dropped from the course. Participants arriving later than 15 minutes after the class has commenced will not be admitted.
FIELD SKILLS INSTRUCTION AND EXAMINATION
The field skills instruction course in a significant and material portion of the course and MAY NOT BE MISSED! Participants who miss this portion of the the Hunter Ed course will be dropped from enrollment.
PREPARATION FOR CLASS AND FIELD SKILLS
Participants are requested to come prepared with a pen. At the beginning of class materials will be passed out to each and every participant.
For the Field skills Instruction on Sunday, Participants are requested to be mindful of the weather and dress weather appropriate.
Participants are encouraged to bring a Lunch along. Due to the LFGC's remote location, lunch purchasing options are not available.
DIRECTIONS TO THE MARION GERRISH COMMUNITY CENTER (Only for those who have enrolled in the Derry Class!)
39 West Broadway Derry, NH 03038
I-93 North or South to exit 4. Turn right onto Route 102 (West Broadway) and follow for 1 mile. Community Center will be the large white School House-style building on the left.
CLICK HERE for directions to the Londonderry Fish & Game Club.