Kewaunee begins extended bow hunt assessment

Both Door and Kewaunee Counties have dabbled in a new option available to them in an effort to cull the deer herd in recent years. County Deer Advisory Councils in the area are allowed to permit an antlerless holiday hunt near Christmas time or an extended archery season that runs until the end of January. Conservation Warden Chris Kratcha says Door County experimented with the longer bow hunt last year but was not satisfied with the results.


Kewaunee attempted it in 2020 and the council will be getting feedback from hunters and other stakeholders into the spring at two scheduled meetings.


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