With carcass-tagging no longer a requirement in Wisconsin, many deer hunters wonder about the accuracy of call-in registrations.
Wisconsin – Jerry Davis
Maybe a book, like Marnie Mamminga’s “Return to Wake Robin” or Jerry Apps’ “Never Curse the Rain,” would be enjoyed by a landowner this winter.Now is the time, if it hasn’t already been fulfilled, to remind those landowners on whose land we hunted that we appreciate their kindness. Most don’t expect much, but all expect at least a thank you….
Wisconsin DNR releasing a few birds from the Poynette Game Farm around Dec. 25 in several southern Wisconsin public hunting areas.
Don’t throw it away – sort through your deer hunting materials after the season and save some of it. (Photo by Jerry Davis)I suspect most hunters will strip all the tags, licenses, booklets, and other items no longer needed for hunting from their fanny pack or backpack when the gun deer season closes Nov. 26 and toss them away. Yes,…
Being able to identify plant species and how animals use them gives hunters a more complete outdoor experience.
The season would be separate from the fall hunt and open to all gun deer hunters.
Mount Horeb youth used gun case, tagged her deer, and had it tested for CWD.
The fall of 2017 color display may be less than spectacular, but there are still ways to enjoy fall foliage.
The DNR will be doing weekly updates throughout the archery season.
Multi-species report gives Badger State hunters and trappers a general flavor of what they might expect this fall.
Some businesses offer hunters processing, testing, and taxidermy.
The 2017 mast crop appears to be much stronger than that of last year – and will draw wildlife to nut-bearing trees.
The nominations come from the public and are to recognize a person whose actions are consistent with the theme of the award, which is to demonstrate actions that reflect positively on the tradition of hunting.
Gather nature’s offerings for use in homemade baked goods.
Spring drumming counts are up from 2016.
Wisconsin legislators should drop the idea and instead go with the ruffed grouse.
Some people just don’t like doing outdoors things.
Wisconsin residents may legally collect edible forest products from public lands, but those items may not be sold.
Wisconsin deer hunters – not the deer herd – needed the ‘help’ of Dr. James Kroll.
New headquarters will offer factory tours and more.
Turkey hunters hearing a lot of drumming this spring, according to RGS state biologist.
Wisconsin morel hunters find the pursuit as satisfying as deer hunting.
Perhaps sportsmen and legislators should consider the ruffed grouse as the state game bird instead.
The Wisconsin DNR is inconveniencing sportsmen in any area where service centers have been closed.
Five-year study one of the largest in the nation; researchers’ goal is to collar 100 deer per year.
In addition to gray and fox squirrels, Wisconsin is home to a few populations of northern flying squirrels and the more common southern flying squirrels in most of the state.