rookiey1 wrote:However, and don't take my word on it without checking with DNR, but they have a one time apprentice license that I THINK the kid can get just to try hunting to make sure they like it before going through the class. I purchased one last year for my kid. Good luck.
duckchooter05 wrote:Thanks, I've left two messages at the office listed on the web site but no call back - So, I appreciate all the help. My son took the hunter safety class last fall and I sat through it with him. Thanks again!
supr87gt wrote:Has anyone's kid(s) taken the course lately? How old are they? I used the apprentice license for my son last year and am not prepared to tell him that he cant hunt this year. There's some classes being offered but I haven't tried to get into them yet. I guess I forgot that it's a 1 time only thing for the apprentice license...
I guess, how hard is the content to read/understand what's going on? He's going to be 8 in November.
I took my son when he was 9 and he missed like 1 question. They would not allow the parents in the room when the kids took the
test but they did a good job going over the information that was going to be asked.
supr87gt wrote:I found 2 openings at the end of September! They talked like they had quite a few open so if anyone is in need...
KillerKowalski wrote:supr87gt wrote:I found 2 openings at the end of September! They talked like they had quite a few open so if anyone is in need...
You should post the location and dates for people that need to get in. Obviously after you have reserved a spot. I had a fellow hunter unable to get in last year and couldn't imagine knowing you weren't going to pull the trigger on a committed bird.
supr87gt wrote:x-line gun club for the safety class. Kankakee community college has a waiting list. The guys at x-line said they try for 50 people but if a few more need in, they try to accomodate.
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