Hunters must mind their surroundings

The Door Peninsula has seen the two wettest years on record and an early cold snap wreak havoc recently which has consequences for hunters. Chief Conservation Warden Todd Schaller of the Wisconsin DNR says there are two main concerns.


Schaller stresses that while safety always must be a priority during the hunting season, his worries regarding treacherous landscapes are specific to the unusual weather of the past two years. For 2019, it is prudent to treat this season like it's the first year you have hunted on your property, no matter how familiar it may feel. 

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