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Wisconsin Cooperative Trapper Education Program to be offered in Brule in August

By Northwest Region July 26, 2017

Contact(s): Greg Kessler, DNR wildlife biologist, 715-372-8539 EXT. 115

BRULE, Wis. - The Wisconsin Trappers Association and Department of Natural Resources will hold a trapper education course Aug. 8, 11 and 12 at the Brule River State Forest Ski Trail, located one block south of State Highway 2 at 5750 S. Afterhours Road, Brule.

Course dates and hours are as follows:

To acquire a Wisconsin trapping license, a first time trapper must complete the Trapper Education Course. Only trappers that have purchased a trapping license prior to 1992, or those actively engaged in farming, are exempt from this requirement. Participants who successfully complete the course will receive free trapping privileges for the 2017-2018 trapping season.

Cost for the course is $12 and pre-registration is required. To learn more or register for this course, contact the Brule DNR office at 715-372-8539.

Last Revised: Wednesday, July 26, 2017

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