Trapper Education is mandatory for all first-time trappers and Problem Animal Control (PAC) Agents in order to apply for a Massachusetts trap registration number. A state issued trapper education certificate from any US state is accepted.

The MassWildlife Hunter Education Program offers 3-4 trapper education courses each year in different locations across the state. Courses are typically offered in the spring, summer and fall. You may need to travel a longer distance in order to attend this course. Upon successful completion, graduates will be mailed a Certificate of Completion recognized in all U.S. states.

Those who wish to prepare for a course, review learned material or simply explore course content have a free online option. The Association of Fish and Wildlife agencies offers a free online North American Trapper Education course which covers the entire standardized Trapper Education course. 

 

 

Courses

2015

Town

Location

Hours

Enrollment Information

April 8 & 18

(2 class sessions)

Auburn

Auburn Sportsmen's Club
50 Elm St
Directions

Apr 8: 6:30PM-9PM

Apr: 18: 8:00am-5:00pm

 

Course is Full

April 29 & May 9 (2 class sessions)

Georgetown

Georgetown Fish & Game

11 Lake Avenue

Directions

Apr 29: 6:30PM-9PM

May 9: 8:00am-5:00pm

 

To Enroll Call

508.389.7830

 

 

 

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