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2018 Wisconsin Fall hunting and trapping forecasts available online

Published by Central Office September 18, 2018

Contact(s): Sawyer Briel, DNR communications, 608-282-5334

MADISON - Fall hunting and trapping seasons in Wisconsin are well underway, and a number of hunting and trapping forecasts are now available to help hunters and trappers prepare for their time in the outdoors.

Forecasts for the following species can be found at the links below - each forecast is located on the corresponding species page:

For more helpful information for deer season, be sure to check out season two of the Wild Wisconsin web series and Off the Record Podcast. Learn more at dnr.wi.gov, keywords "wild wisconsin."

To receive email updates regarding deer hunting in Wisconsin, visit dnr.wi.gov and click on the email icon near the bottom of the page titled "subscribe for updates for DNR topics," then follow the prompts and select the "white-tailed deer" distribution list (found within the "hunting" list).

For more general information regarding hunting in Wisconsin, search keyword "hunt." For more updates throughout fall hunting seasons, follow the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources on our social media platforms.

Last Revised: Tuesday, September 18, 2018

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