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Attention all who would like to learn
trapping!!!
A Trapper Education course will be given at Barry Camp on York Pond Road in Berlin, New Hampshire.
The course will be held on September 10, 2022 starting at 8:00am and ending about 4:00pm.
Trapper Education Traditional Course is for residents ages 12 and older only.
An 8-hour instructor-led in-person course. The cost for this course is no more than $5.00 per student. Students must attend the entire course and will be required to pass a written exam with a score of 80% or better.
If you would like to register for this course, click here.

Trapper
Education Instructors Needed!!!

Do You enjoy sharing your knowledge of trapping with others? If so, This opportunity may be of interest to you. the NH Fish and Game Department is recruiting Trapper Education Instructors. The process for becoming an instructor is easy; the yearly commitment is minimal, as low as a few hours a year, but the results are gratifying. with your help, new trappers and the general public will understand why trapping is used today as a wildlife management tool and the many benefits it provides to the public and wildlife. Trapper Education in New Hampshire is taught by volunteer instructors. These instructors have a passion for promoting safe, responsible, and ethical trapping practices. We are recruiting new instructors because the demand for classes is on the rise. so please consider passing on your knowledge, expertise, and passion for trapping activities and join the ranks. Learn how you can become an instructor by clicking here

 If you would like to know more about fur trapping in New Hampshire, click here.

Trapper Education teaches participants how to responsibly trap fur bearing animals. The Trapper Education Course is also required to become a licensed Wildlife Control Officer. Topics in the 8- to 12-hour course include proper trapping equipment and use, responsible trap-setting, the importance of good wildlife management practices, and habits and traits of furbearers. Taught in a classroom as well as outside. Students must pass the written exam with a score of 70% or higher.

For information or to register for a trapper education course in your area please click here.

Questions, Comments, or Concerns? 

Please contact:

Richard Lafleur - 603-752-4141
Trapper Committee Chairperson
email: [email protected]