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For information on deer hunting, contact:
Matthew Gross
Assistant big game ecologist
Bureau of Wildlife Management
608-261-7588

Deer hunting for hunters with disabilities

Interested hunters can now contact a sponsoring landowner, before September 1, to participate in the 2019 gun deer hunt for hunters with disabilities.

Hunter with deer

The outdoors is a part of the foundation of Wisconsin culture, and that rings true for sportsmen and women of every background; regardless of physical ability afield. Considering this, the department provides a variety of hunting, fishing and recreational permits designed to help give people with disabilities, the opportunity to partake in Wisconsin’s abundant natural resources.

A cornerstone to that foundation is deer hunting, and thanks to generous landowners willing to sponsor hunters with disabilities on their land, the Wisconsin tradition is stronger than ever. Hunters wishing to participate, or land owners wishing to sponsor hunters on their property, can learn more below. For those that are interested in learning about other outdoor opportunities for people with disabilities visit, Open the Outdoors.

The 2019 Gun Deer Hunt for Hunters with Disabilities will occur Oct. 5-13, 2019

Information for sponsors

Landowners that are interested in sponsoring a Gun Deer Hunt for Hunters with Disabilities are required to allow opportunity for at least 3 qualified hunters to participate on the property. Sponsors are encouraged to keep the hunter density to at least 1 hunter per 20 acres of land. Lands that have less than 3 participants enrolled, or less than 60 acres will be approved by the department on a case by case basis.

The deadline to submit an application to sponsor a hunt was June 1. Sponsor contact information is now published online for hunters to call and reserve locations directly with the landowner.

Sponsors must submit a list of participating hunters no later than September 1.

Information for hunters

Hunters must possess a valid Class A, C, D, or long-term Class B shoot from a stationary vehicle, Disability Hunting Permit to be eligible to participate in the gun deer hunt for hunters with disabilities.

Hunters with one of the above permits should contact a sponsoring landowner, before September 1, to participate in the current year's gun deer hunt for hunters with disabilities.

Last revised: Tuesday June 25 2019