The wisconsin hunter education program , With its volunteer
instructors has trained over 520,000 young hunters,
Since the program began in 1967.This program has been so successful that many States pattern their programs after Wisconsins .Many states and Canadian providences require a hunter education certificate to purchase a Licence.
Remember the young hunters are the future of our sports
Allthou the wisconsin DNR gives us certain requirements,the instruction between
classes can vary as long as they meet those requirements.
Some instructors do their class in one weekend (This Is not recomended ,My Opinion)
Then their are other instructors that range their classes from ten hours to twenty four or more hours
for the first time hunter I would recomend a longer class (but a good shorter class is better than a bad longer class so ask
The areas covered ( in my order of importance)
--Load and unload Firearms
--Zone of Fire
--Compass & map reading
WISCONSIN REWARDS THE EDUCATED
In the wake of its safest hunting season on record, Wisconsin hopes to bring hunting accidentseven lower by offering
"hunter's choice" deer permits to first-time graduates of its hunter education course - no matter how old the graduate is.
Of the 54 accidents last year, 91% involved persons age twenty-two and older, the age group that is not required to have hunter education certification to purchase a license. "Being a better, safer hunter should be a life- long pursuit," says Tim Lawhern, hunter education administrator for the Wisconsin DNR. "Just about everyone can benefit from taking a hunter education course. We want to provide some sort of incentive to get the older hunter into a class."With the popular hunter's choice permits, a deer hunter may take a deer with or without antlers in designated areas of the state. Normally, to get one of the much-sought-after permits, a hunter must enter a lottery. If the program of rewarding older hunter-ed. grads with the permit is successful, it will continue an on-going trend of making the woods safer in the Badger state.
Submit Class information
Class schedule for the rest of the state.
Wisconsin D.N.R. This is the D.N.R 's Home page
Wheia -The Wisconsin hunter education instuctors association
Here are some related sites
Outdoor Stuff This is another page of mine with alot of outdoor type information,Like a recomended shot size page or a recipe for a very good gun cleaning fourmula
Buckmasters This is the virtual Home of the Buckmaster a page well worth the visit,It has some very good articles you can read online or download
How to use a Compass This is a very good page on the use of the compass , complete with a compass course that is great for anyone that wants to learn or teach the use of the compass.Which is an often overlooked outdoor skill.
Ducks unlimited This is a very good organization they do alot of great work and are worth all of our support
NRA This is a link to the NRA it is full of all types of information