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Dick Ellis Blog:
10/9/2019
Fall brings with it something for everyone in the field from the angler to the hunter.  Just a few recent sessions of shooting the bull tell me that autumn is for the youngest of outdoorsman just learning the games to those of us more seasoned with our eyes focused dead ahead on for example, the whitetail rut. James Wallace captured this great buck on trail camera during summer scouting. James Wallace, my nephew-in-law (is there such a ...
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2013 Fall Hunting and Trapping Forecast available

MADISON - The 2013 fall hunting seasons are just around the corner and Department of Natural Resources officials are releasing the annual “Fall Hunting and Trapping Forecast” to help prepare hunters or trappers for their pursuits of upland and migratory birds, small game, deer, bear and furbearers.

The forecast provides details and reminders on season dates and regulations as well as season outlooks, population numbers, and research updates. Click Here for the 52-page forecast or at dnr.wi.gov, search keyword "hunt."

Inside the cover are words from DNR Sec. Cathy Stepp, sharing in the excitement, appreciating the role hunters and trappers play in conservation, and highlighting the opportunity to introduce someone new to the sport this year.

“While your own anticipation of the season grows, consider sharing this excitement with someone new to hunting or trapping ,” said DNR Sec. Cathy Stepp. “Involving new hunters in your traditions will help strengthen the future of Wisconsin’s outdoor heritage, while also creating new memories with your friends and family.”

Hunters and trappers participating for the first time ever, or those returning after 10 or more years away, can get a price break on many licenses. Wisconsin resident first-timers can buy a $5 annual license for many hunting and trapping seasons. Nonresidents also qualify for discount rates.

Additionally, state residents who are identified as recruiters by three or more new hunters, trappers or anglers in one license year can earn points towards a discounted license for next year.

More information on discounted first-time or recruiter licenses is available at dnr.wi.gov, search keywords “first-time buyer.” Questions on licenses or the fall seasons in general can also be answered by calling the DNR Call Center at 1-888-WDNRINFo (1-888-936-7463).