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For more information
please contact the
Hunter Education Program.

Eastern Washington
Ephrata office
(509) 754-4624

Eastern Washington
Spokane office
(509) 892-1001

Western Washington
Olympia office
(360) 902-8111
huntered@dfw.wa.gov

Western Washington
Mill Creek Office
(425) 775-1311 Ext. 106

 

 

Trapper Education Class Schedule & Information

All first-time Washington trappers, regardless of age, are required to successfully complete Trapper Education training or successfully challenge the written examination process.

The Washington State Trapper's Association sponsors one course each year at their rendezvous on the third weekend in August. Location varies from year to year.

2012 TRAPPING EDUCATION COURSES
Location:

Central Kitsap Fire Hall, Station 56
6470 Seabeck Hwy NW
Seabeck Wa 98380

Dates:

November 17, 2012

Contact:

Ronald Qualmam
360-830-5110

Student Number:

First 12 students

Trapper Education Home Study Option
Very few trapper education classes are available so most potential trapping students will be interested in the home study option program. A student manual and study guide will help you prepare you for the written examination.

For more information please contact Dan Boes at (360) 902-8409.