Trapping in Wisconsin: a time-honored tradition
Errors in the regulations. There are two errors in the printed copies of the trapping regulations. The otter season in the north zone ends on April 30, not April 20. Also, Managed Forest Lands (MFL) and Forest Crop Law (FCL) Lands are NOT open to trapping as it says in the regulations pamphlet. Voluntary Public Acces (VPA) lands are still open to trapping. The PDF on the regulations page is the corrected version.
Whether you crave the solitude of the winter landscape or you seek to pass on a family tradition, Wisconsin has many trapping opportunities for you.
- Plan your season
- During your season
- Furbearer management
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