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4/5/2022
Please connect with this link to read all of On Wisconsin Outdoors reporting on the wolf issue over 2021/22.  We will continue our work and our commitment to bring you nothing but the truth to the best of our ability. To have a PDF of our work e-mailed directly to you, please e-mail us at ellis@onwisconsinoutdoors.com. You are welcome to share this link or our PDF with anyone concerned with wolf management in Wisconsin or the future of ...
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Gun deer season right around the corner

Properly dispose of deer carcasses

Before you head out into the field this fall, have a plan to dispose of your deer carcass if your hunt is successful.

The infectious nature of CWD prions contributes to an increased risk of introduction and spread of CWD if deer carcasses are not disposed of correctly.

We recommend disposing of a carcass in a landfill that accepts deer carcasses, in a dumpster designated for deer carcass waste or at a transfer station. If none of these options are available, and the deer was harvested on private land, burying the deer carcass waste or returning it to the location of harvest with private land owner’s permission is the next best option.  

Click here to find a disposal site near you.

Buy your license today!

You can buy your gun deer license at a license agent, DNR service center or the Go Wild Licensing System.

Northern district sampling effort to take place in 2019

New for 2019 is CWD surveillance in the entire Northern District, encompassing 18 counties in northern Wisconsin.

Click here to find a sampling location near you.

Wild Wisconsin out now!

This year, we've brought back many familiar faces like the Hunting Public, along with some new ones, like Luke Zahm, host of Wisconsin Foodie and co-owner/chef of Driftless Cafe in Viroqua, who shows us one of his favorite venison recipes.

Click here to watch the full season on our YouTube page.

View the 2019 deer media packet

The media packet contains all the information you need this season, including the 2019 fall forecast, 2018 deer harvest summary, CWD information and more!