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Question on hunter safety classes


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#1 Male OFFLINE   lefteye

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Posted 10/20/13 - 04:51 PM

If I take my grandson to PA hunter safety classes is it reciprocal to NJ?:
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Posted 10/20/13 - 04:59 PM

yes it is.....good luck to your grandson, and welcome to our world of hunting....listen and enjoy !!!!



#3 Male ONLINE   Axiom

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Posted 10/20/13 - 05:00 PM

 

License Fees

A license is required to hunt or trap in New Jersey and a person must be a minimum of 10 years of age to have one issued (see Farmer Exceptions). A completed hunter education course or possession of a resident license from another state is required to obtain a NJ license. Licenses and stamps can be purchased at license agents located throughout the state, or online.

 

 

 

 As i understand it.. You would first have to have a PA license before you can get one in Nj... So just simply taking a saftey course in PA and then applying for a license here wouldnt cut it... :cupcoffee:

 

Strike that... :doh2: .. looks like all you need is the Hunters ed course... :bulb: ..But then on the other hand, maybe not...


Edited by Axiom, 10/20/13 - 05:06 PM.

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Posted 10/20/13 - 05:04 PM

glad your not a lawyer


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#5 OFFLINE   jerseyhunter

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Posted 10/20/13 - 05:15 PM

I agree Joe. Lefteye check pge 12 http://www.state.nj....t13-no_map.pdf
non resident license' ps hope those pants fit.

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Posted 10/21/13 - 09:57 AM

I'm pretty sure every state is reciprocal. Either you must have a prior license from another state OR a hunter education card in order to buy a license. That brings up a great point though, with the struggle to get into classes here in NJ (based on what I read from another member a few weeks back), that sounds like a great idea to just hop the border and get in a class in PA (or NY/DE/MD) to get your hunter education and then buy your license here. I'm just not sure if you must be a resident of that state to take the hunter education there? Tom, I know you're in PA, so a non-issue but can an NJ resident go to PA to take the class?

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Posted 10/21/13 - 11:44 AM

I want him to hunt PA, so he will need a PA non resident junior license. He needs the class to get a license. I am certain he can do that
Once he gets a license here NJ should honor it.
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Posted 10/21/13 - 11:45 AM

Yeah definitely, I think your grandson will be fine license and hunter education wise. :up:




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