GLASGOW, MT - Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Hunter Education course dates have been set for Glasgow, with an in-person classroom course in the evenings May 16-19, with a field day on Saturday. All hunter education classes are free of charge.

In-person, instructor-led hunter education classroom courses are available to anyone age 10 and older and provide new hunters with a hands-on learning experience. In-person courses are led by volunteer instructors who are passionate about preserving Montana’s hunting tradition, teaching firearm safety, ethics, and other outdoor skills.

For youth to be eligible to put in for applications for the 2023 season, such as for cow elk and antelope, hunters must be 12-years old by January 16, 2024.  Students aged 10 and 11 can take an in-person course and hunt as an apprentice but will not be fully certified to apply until the year they turn 12. Note: Classroom seats may be limited, and those students turning 12 or older may be given priority over younger students.

Students must be registered online prior to attending this class.  To find the class and register, go to Make sure to print, read and sign the necessary paperwork ahead of the class. Course manuals can be picked up at the FWP office in Glasgow. Students are expected to read the course materials and fill out the required quizzes before class begins. For any questions, please contact course instructor Marc Kloker at 406-228-3704 or via the registration page.

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