Successful Pennsylvania Hunter Trapper Education class -
Instructors, John Sinnett, Randy Paulin, Steve Smith. 38 passing students on their way to become hunter of the safest sort. Also thanks to Dan Sittler - PGC Game Warden and Steve Ferrari - Cadet Class of 2018.
Mike Nogay, 24-year club member and nationally recognized authority on vintage fishing tackle spoke at our August meeting about collecting and valuing antique fishing tackle—-reels, rods and lures.
If you need more info on the subject, here are some links that might interest you. The links include the PA Hunting License County numbering system, where Pennsylvania’s counties are recognized by a numbering system from 1 to 67 in alphabetical order.
Old Reel Collectors Association, Inc. (ORCA):
ORCA Online Forum - Feel free to talk or ask about ALL kinds of old tackle here
National Fishing Lures Collectors Club (NFLCC):
Florida Antique Tackle Collectors (FATC):
Joe’s Old Lures collector’s forum:
Ron Gast’s antique tackle website:
The Old Tackle Box – PA county license numbers
Pennsylvania Hunter-Trapper Education - October 27, 2018
We will again offer the Pennsylvania HTE course at our club
Saturday, October 27, 2018 9:00am - 3:30pm
Use the link below and click the green “Register Now” button
NOTE: You must be at least 11 years of age to register for this class!
This is a six-hour training class required by law for all first-time hunters and trappers before they can buy a license. You must pass a certification exam at the end of the class to complete this training. Important: In order to prepare for your class, read Chapters 1, 4, 5 and 9 located at Today's Hunter & Trapper in PA.
Use the following link for online course study
Basic Hunter-Trapper Education (HTE)
By law, all first-time hunters and trappers, regardless of age, must successfully complete Hunter-Trapper Education training before they can buy a Pennsylvania hunting or trapping license. A training certificate, which is recognized throughout North America, is awarded when you pass a test at the end of the course. You must be at least 11 years old to enroll in a class. Parents are encouraged to attend with their children. The training is designed to produce safe, responsible, knowledgeable and involved participants. The results of this program are remarkable. Since 1959, hunting-related shooting incidents have declined drastically. Hunting is safe and getting safer, thanks to hunter education.