Hunter Safety

2018 Hunter Safety

Through the years, the Isabella County Sportsman’s Club has earned the reputation of hosting one of the best Hunter Safety Education Programs statewide. During 2018, the Hunter Safety Education Program will be conducted over the weekends of May 5 and 6 and August 25 and 26. Although there is no minimum age specified, parents should only enroll youth with enough maturity to actively engage in the training and understand the fundamentals of safe gun handling, conservation and sportsman’s ethics. Parents of students 10 and younger are required to stay with the student during the class.
The cost is $10 and an optional hot lunch is available on Saturday and Sunday for an additional $2.50 each day. Students will experience hands-on activities including shotgun, .22 rifle, muzzleloader, archery, first aid, tree stand safety, and blood trail tracking.

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Hunter Safety Registration

You must pre-register with the Hunter Safety coordinator at least two days before class begins. Class is filled on a first come, first served basis. You can pre-register by calling Dave Randall at (989) 304-1089. Please call between 5pm and 9pm to register.
To speed up the check-in process on the first morning of class, please print and complete this Hunter Safety Registration form . You will need a separate form for each person taking the class. If you are unable to print the form, we will have copies available when you arrive Saturday morning.
You will pay for the class when you arrive on Saturday morning. You may write one check (payable to ICSC) for the total amount or you may pay with cash. The cost of the class itself is $10.00. Hot lunch will be available both days for an additional charge. If you would like lunch both days, the cost will be $5.00 ($2.50 for each day). Please inlcude that amount with your class payment. If you prefer, you may bring a cold lunch and pay only the $10.00 course fee.