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Deer hunting season begins Saturday

If you are armed with a bow or crossbow, your first chance to get a trophy buck will take place on Saturday. The archery and crossbow seasons for deer hunting open on Saturday with a longer than usual time period to get outside. Door and Kewaunee counties are among the several counties that will have not just a holiday hunt between Christmas Eve and New Year’s Day but also an extended season that will allow you to track down that doe or buck until January 31st. The extended season is the only real change hunters will have to consider according to Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources warden Chris Kratcha.

The seasons for the gun hunt for those with disabilities (October 7th-15th), youth deer hunt (October 7th and 8th), gun (November 18th-26th), and muzzleloader (November 27th-December 6th) are scheduled for the coming weeks. Securing your deer stand and practicing good firearm safety techniques among the several tips Kratcha has for hunters heading out into the field. You can hear more from Kratcha on that below.



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