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DICK ELLIS Are state population numbers far understated? Wisconsin hunters took just three days to harvest 216 wolves during the February hunt, reinforcing the belief of thousands of Wisconsin sportsmen that the official stated population of 1195 wolves is significantly below the actual count. The harvest of 216 wolves is 8 percent over the harvest quota of 200 wolves unanimously voted for by the Natural Resources Board on February 15. Headi...
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2012 Wisconsin fall hunting forecast available

News Release Published: September 7, 2012

Contact(s): Bill Cosh, DNR Spokesman, 608-267-2773; Tom Hauge, Director DNR Bureau of Wildlife Management - 608-266-2193; Bill VanderZouwen - DNR Wildlife Management, 608-266-8840 or Frank Trcka, DNR Wildlife Managment, 608-267-7472

MADISON -– The 2012 Fall Hunting and Trapping Forecast [PDF, 7.1 MB, 55 pages] is now available on the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources website. Hunters, trappers and wildlife enthusiasts will find information on upcoming season structures, deer research and wildlife populations, regional hunting outlooks, wildlife rules and regulation changes and more.

The forecast is broken down into sections that cover upland and small game, waterfowl, deer, bear and furbearers.

With the recently released Deer Trustee report recommending more input from the hunting public the forecast also includes information on how hunters and sportspeople can become more involved with deer management by participating in wildlife surveys and studies.

The forecast also includes a message from DNR Secretary Cathy Stepp encouraging people to help build the next generation of hunter and trapper conservationists by sharing their hunting and trapping experiences though youth hunts, mentored hunts, and learn to hunt programs “so that our grandchildren and great grandchildren can enjoy the outdoor pursuits we have today.”

FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: Bill Cosh, DNR Spokesman, 608-267-2773 or Tom Hauge, Director DNR Bureau of Wildlife Management - 608-266-2193