News and Wisconsin

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Pope and Young Club announces potential new world record woodland caribou

Pope and Young Club announces potential new world record woodland caribou

Massive specimen could top the Dempsey Cape caribou, which has stood for 48 years.

September 2014
County deer groups seek management goals

County deer groups seek management goals

The first round of county deer advisory council meetings is nearing completion throughout each of the 72 counties in Wisconsin.

September 2014

First early teal hunt wraps up

DNR considers first of three pilot seasons a success; violations under review

September 2014
Survey: grouse down, turkeys, pheasants up

Survey: grouse down, turkeys, pheasants up

According to preliminary 2014 brood survey results, Wisconsin’s turkey flock saw an increase in the number and size of broods observed

September 2014
Releasing a dog from a foot-hold trap

Releasing a dog from a foot-hold trap

Our fields, forests, and streams are shared by many individuals who have one important thing in common: They deeply love the outdoor opportunities the state has to offer.

September 2014
Bowhunting's 'stuff' a lengthy list

Bowhunting's 'stuff' a lengthy list

Gearing up for another archery season

September 2014
Gov. Mark Dayton announces plans for a Minnesota Pheasant Summit

Gov. Mark Dayton announces plans for a Minnesota Pheasant Summit

DNR, governor will convene hunters, farmers, conservationists, and other stakeholders to discuss strategies to increase the state’s ring-necked pheasant population

September 2014
Seven top locations when the rut is on

Seven top locations when the rut is on

With few exceptions, for most of us, the rut is our best chance of tagging a nice buck.

September 2014
Burnett County celebrates ‘Jordan Buck’ centennial

Burnett County celebrates ‘Jordan Buck’ centennial

It’s the nature of hunters to tell and re-tell the stories of their hunting triumphs, but few of these stories survive more than a generation.

September 2014
Duck forecast has waterfowlers flying high

Duck forecast has waterfowlers flying high

At 9 a.m. on Sept. 27, across large marshes and small potholes, from lakes and rivers and sloughs, over wild rice beds and backwater swamps, and from boat blinds and shore blinds and every other little watery hiding spot across the state

September 2014
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