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August 2019

F&W Seminar: Bear Hunting, St. Johnsbury

August 24 @ 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Linwood Smith Archery Shop, 281 Old Bradley Road
St. Johnsbury, VT 5819 United States
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FREE Bear hunting seminar at Linwood Smith's Archery Shop, St. Johnsbury. SIGN UP HERE. This FREE seminar is geared to both the experienced and inexperienced bear hunter. Hunting safety, gear used, where to locate bears, and stand placement are just come of the topics covered. Bear biology will be covered by Forrest Hammond. Jim Roy will teach the hunting portion of the seminar. The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department is holding a series of free seminars to teach people more…

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VT Hunter Education Program, New Instructor Training, Castleton

August 24 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Ed Kehoe Conservation Camp, 636 POINT OF PINES RD
Castleton, VT 5735 United States
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Are you interested in becoming a volunteer instructor with the Vermont Hunter Education Program? Then this is the class for you! SIGN UP HERE. All paperwork must be completed before the first day of class. The process to becoming an instructor is as follows: 1) Submit all paperwork – see paperwork attached to the course announcement on the registration site. All paperwork must be submitted before or at the new instructor training class!** 2) Undergo an interview with a game…

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September 2019

Early Black Bear Season Begins

September 1
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Vermont’s Resident Goose Season Begins

September 1

MONTPELIER, Vt. – Vermont’s resident Canada goose hunting season will be held September 1 through September 25 to help control Vermont’s resident Canada goose population prior to the arrival of Canada geese migrating south from Canada according to the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department. The season will be open statewide with a daily bag limit of five Canada geese in the Connecticut River Zone and eight in the rest of Vermont. A second Canada goose hunting season for resident and…

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“Let’s Go Fishing” Instructors Needed: Training in Woodbury

September 14 @ 8:30 am - 3:30 pm
Buck Lake Conservation Camp, 1051 Buck Lake Road
Woodbury, VT 05681 United States
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WOODBURY, Vt. -- The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department is seeking volunteers to become "Let’s Go Fishing" instructors to pass on Vermont’s fishing tradition to the next generation of Vermonters.  The department will be hosting a one-day training workshop for new instructors on Saturday, September 14 at the Buck Lake Conservation Camp in Woodbury. Instructors in the "Let’s Go Fishing" program organize and instruct clinics in their communities for young people and their families.  Participants in the training workshop will…

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F&W Seminar: Using Primitive Firearms, Perkinsville

September 15 @ 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Precision Valley Fish & Game, 1600 Reservoir Road
Perkinsville, VT 05151 United States
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This FREE seminar will focus on primitive firearms, and safely handling them. From Flintlock to the modern in lines, students will be able to handle and shoot each type of these firearms. Please dress appropriately for the weather. Firearms and ammo will be provided, as will eye protection and ear protection. SIGN UP HERE. Fish & Wildlife Seminars are meant to expand upon the knowledge of hunters, trappers, anglers, outdoor enthusiasts, and anyone who wants more information about pertinent topics…

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F&W Seminar: Getting Started in Archery Hunting, St. Johnsbury

September 18 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Linwood Smith Archery Shop, 281 Old Bradley Road
St. Johnsbury, VT 5819 United States
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This FREE seminar will cover everything you need to know to begin archery hunting. From choosing a bow to tuning it, the seminar will also cover camo, stand placement, and tree stand safety. You may bring your bow to the class. SIGN UP HERE. Fish & Wildlife Seminars are meant to expand upon the knowledge of hunters, trappers, anglers, outdoor enthusiasts, and anyone who wants more information about pertinent topics in Fish & Wildlife. Seminars are open to the public,…

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F&W Seminar: Deer Processing, Northfield

September 19 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Mountain Deer Taxidermy, 1308 Loop Road
Northfield, VT 5663 United States
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This FREE seminar is taught by Rodney and Theresa Elmer. The deer will be field dressed, skinned, and then processed into parts small enough to freeze or can. There will be a short cooking portion of the seminar, and every one will be able to sample venison. Dress for the weather, as we will do the field dressing portion outside. SIGN UP HERE. Fish & Wildlife Seminars are meant to expand upon the knowledge of hunters, trappers, anglers, outdoor enthusiasts,…

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Vermont’s Resident Canada Goose Season ENDS

September 25
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Youth Waterfowl Hunting Weekend

September 28 - September 29

A printable copy of migratory bird hunting regulations is available from the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department website HERE.

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October 2019

Snow Goose Season BEGINS, Lake Champlain and Interior Vermont Zones

October 1

A hunting license is required, and a waterfowl hunter 16 or older must carry current federal and Vermont duck stamps. Federal stamps are sold at post offices, federal refuges and online at www.fws.gov/birds/get-involved/duck-stamp/buy-duck-stamp.php. State duck stamps are available on Vermont Fish & Wildlife’s website (www.vtfishandwildlife.com) and from license agents. The hunter must sign the federal duck stamp. All migratory game bird hunters must also be registered with the Harvest Information Program (H.I.P.). This can be done on Vermont Fish &…

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Woodcock and Common Snipe Season Opens

October 1

All migratory game bird hunters must also be registered with the Harvest Information Program (H.I.P.). This can be done on Vermont Fish & Wildlife’s website or by calling toll-free 1-877-306-7091. After providing some basic information, you will receive your annual H.I.P. registration number, which you then need to record on your hunting license. A printable copy of migratory bird hunting regulations is available from the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department website HERE.

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