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Going to pot

Going to pot

Turkey-calling practice shows the friction addiction

February 2015
Iowa DNR to discuss CWD Feb. 17 in Allamakee County

Iowa DNR to discuss CWD Feb. 17 in Allamakee County

Public meetings to discuss herd status after third hunter-harvested deer tests positive for disease during 2014 hunting season.

February 2015
Beaver numbers down; shorter season ahead?

Beaver numbers down; shorter season ahead?

Every three years, the DNR completes an aerial survey to estimate the numbers of beavers in northern Wisconsin

February 2015
Iowa County weighs in on new DTR rules

Iowa County weighs in on new DTR rules

Deer hunters around the state recently had an opportunity to comment on the proposed permanent rule that would implement many of the more than 60 recommendations included in the Deer Trustee Report submitted to Gov. Scott Walker by Dr. James Kroll in 2012.

February 2015
Push on for Congress to reverse wolf decision

Push on for Congress to reverse wolf decision

February 2015
Fresh hunting ground: A last-minute grouse hunt reveals a few new duck and deer spots

Fresh hunting ground: A last-minute grouse hunt reveals a few new duck and deer spots

By getting off your typical routes and trails, you can find out-of-the-way spots for future hunts

February 2015
Attention Wisconsin Deer Hunters interested in Deer Trustee Report rule hearings!

Attention Wisconsin Deer Hunters interested in Deer Trustee Report rule hearings!

Hunters get an opportunity to vote up or down on entire DTR rule package at remaining hearings

January 2015
DMAP deadline: March 1

DMAP deadline: March 1

Landowners who are thinking about enrolling more than 160 acres in the state’s Deer Management Assistance Program, now in its second year, have until March 1 to take advantage of program benefits that include forestry and habitat advice, as well as reduced-cost antlerless-deer tags.

January 2015
Legislators look to address gray wolf issue

Legislators look to address gray wolf issue

It appears several of Wisconsin’s congressional delegation are not only aware of, but are willing to work on, a legislative or budgetary solution to delisting Great Lakes wolves once and for all, but the best path to that end has not yet been determined.

January 2015
Up to 50 elk could reach Wisconsin by March

Up to 50 elk could reach Wisconsin by March

An agreement signed by Kentucky and Wisconsin earlier this month paves the way for the Wisconsin DNR to trap and move 150 Kentucky elk to this state during the next five years.

January 2015
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