September 29, 2020

Wisconsin Hunters May Have Fooled Themselves

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Wisconsin deer hunters convinced the Department of Natural Resources to move the antlerless deer hunt to December from October stating that it would be a better time and more effective. Although DNR officials don’t have exact figures, most people believe the hunt, which just concluded, was a bust.

The DNR uses the antlerless deer hunt as a mechanism to control deer populations in wildlife management areas. If the timing of this hunt proves to be less popular, then the DNR may be forced to move the hunt back to October.

Tom Remington

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