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Hunter Safety Classes - Arizona

I have lost my card along the way, and haven't bought a license since I moved to Arizona 5 years ago. I'd like to have a current Hunter Education card, since a lot of other states and provinces require them, as well. What's the easiest way to learn of upcoming classes in the Phoenix area(east valley, actually)? Do they have all adult classes, or are they mixed, or am I going to be going to class with a bunch or 13 year olds? Wink Thanks

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Hunter Safety Classes - Arizona

Check to see if they have an online study course if you're concerned about being in class with kids. They have one here in NS.

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Hunter Safety Classes - Arizona

I teach hunter ED. in Montana, don't know how AZ. works. But even if you have the take a class over again with 12 and 13 year old kids you will learn from them. Most states have both kid orientated and adult classes. Contact AZ. fish and Game.

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Muskrat, write to the state/province that issued your hunter ed card. They should be able to re-issue a new card from their records. They do that here in Colorado.

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Thanks for the replies. Gunslinger - I know about kids teaching us things, I was just trying to be funny. I don't care who I take the class with :smile: Cowgal - I'm in the process of doing that now. I even told them what year, who my instructor was, and what classroom I was in, but they can't find a record of it. Besides, I'm due for a refresher....I will check the AZFG website - I probably should have done that at first, but wanted to act like a rookie, and post a question, just so I could meet everybody Wink

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muskrat;
didn't meen nothing by the kid thing I had to take hunter ed with my oldest when she was 12 . Now look I teach the program :smile: And welcome

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Im going to take my huntersED in Feburary with my dad(Im 13). Is the test that hard?

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If anyone is interested, I am teaching a two-weekend Arizona Hunter Education class here in Kingman, AZ. The dates & times are March 21 (6 p.m. to 9 p.m.)
March 22, 23, 29 from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m.
March 30, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Non-residents and residents alike can take this class. Cost is $5 per person or $7.50 per family.
Contact me at 928-753-4867 if you're interested.
Good Luck and Good Hunting!
Don Martin

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"We work today so the youth of tomorrow can enjoy the great outdoors!"

[ This Message was edited by: Don Martin on 2003-02-04 18:43 ]

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