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TWO DAYS LEFT! Application period for Wisconsin elk hunt ends May 31!

TWO DAYS LEFT! Your opportunity to apply for a tag to participate in Wisconsin’s first managed elk hunt in state history ends Thursday, May 31 at midnight.


Elk license applications can be purchased in the DNR Go Wild license system through May 31, and only Wisconsin residents may apply. Each potential hunter may apply once online at GoWild.wi.gov or by visiting a license agent. The application fee is $10.


State drawing winners will be announced in early June - prior to obtaining an elk hunting license, all winners will be required to participate in a Wisconsin elk hunter education program offered prior to the hunt. The class will cover elk reintroduction history, regulations, health testing requirements, and more.

Have questions? Click the photo below and check out this Facebook Live segment with DNR big game ecologist Kevin Wallenfang. 

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