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Door County pulling out all the stops to reduce deer population

The Door County Deer Advisory Council hopes to give hunters every opportunity possible to bag a deer this fall, and even into the winter. The group met via teleconference Monday night, recommending several additional hunts to help cull a swelling herd. Dick Baudhuin says everything is on the table to ensure a big haul. 

 


In addition to the extended bowhunting season, there will also be a holiday hunt. Baudhuin says the goal is to harvest 4,000 antlerless deer. Bonus permits will be available, and each hunting license will include five antlerless permits free of charge. Those permits are transferrable for rifle season, but not for archery. The recommendations are now subject to public review before the next meeting on May 4th at 7 PM.

 

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