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Each course has two components: a home-study portion and the field session/written exam.
Home study allows students to learn the "classroom" material at their own pace and then attend a one-day field session.
If interested complete and fax (908-735-5689) or mail (NJ DFW - Hunter Education, 26 Rt.
173W, Hampton, NJ 08827) the application form Hunter education courses are offered FREE by the NJ Division of Fish and Wildlife. Anyone seeking accommodations for a physical or learning disability, or a foreign language interpreter, should contact the Hunter Education Office at 856-629-0552 or toll-free at 877-2-HUNT-NJ, or via e-mail at [email protected]
See the Take a Kid Hunting Program page for details.
Point Ticket: The Point Ticket lets you choose the number of runs you wish to take per day. If someone is unhappy for any reason, they may turn in their ticket within 60 minutes of their first run and receive a voucher good for any other day this season.
Trapping classes, when scheduled, are posted on the Trapping Information page.
THERE IS NO CHARGE FOR THE COURSE OR STATE PROVIDED MATERIALS.
Upon completion of a hunter education field session and passing the written exam (and bow proficiency test if applicable) registered students are issued their course completion card.
When the card is presented to a license agent those 10 to 15 years of age are issued a free Youth License.