cluckmeister wrote:On July 1, 2007, Kansas law made an apprentice hunting license available to those aged 16 and under 18 years of age. Apprentice hunters must hunt under the supervision of a legal certified adult.
I think there is confusion here. Kansas has an apprentice license that allows deferral of the hunter safety course..."Effective July 1, 2007 individuals 16 or older may purchase a one-time deferral of the Hunter Education requirements by purchasing an Apprentice hunting license. Holders of Apprentice hunting licenses must hunt under the supervision of a licensed hunter age 18 or older."
If you're 16 and have completed the hunter safety course this rule applies, "Hunters turning age 16 MUST have completed a hunter education course before they may purchase their first hunting license.
All hunters age 16 to age 27, and all hunters age 12 to age 16 hunting alone, MUST carry proof of hunter education while hunting."