New changes for Wisconsin gun deer hunt November 17-25
WISCONSIN (CBS 58) -- Wisconsin's gun deer hunting season starts Saturday, November 17 and runs through November 25. As thousands of hunters get ready for deer hunting season in Wisconsin, there are a few changes to note.
- Several deer management zones and metro sub-unit boundaries have changed.
- Several DMUs will offer an extended, any-deer archery season through Jan. 31, 2019.
- Deer tags are now referred to as “harvest authorizations.” Hunters must still carry proof of a hunting license and deer harvest authorizations while afield.
- Several new counties are now closed to baiting and feeding deer. Visit dnr.wi.gov and search “baiting and feeding” for a complete map of counties with baiting and feeding bans.
For the full 2018 Wisconsin Hunting Season Regulations guide, please click here.