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MADISON – Many fall hunting and trapping seasons are just around the corner, and this year’s Wisconsin Fall Hunting and Trapping Forecast is now available.
Highlights for fall 2015 include electronic registration and updates to the FFLIGHT program – it has never been easier to find a place to hunt in Wisconsin.
“Whether you’re hunting game or fowl, this year’s forecast is a must read as you prepare to head out into the woods,” said Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Secretary Cathy Stepp. “Here at DNR, we are very passionate about our resources. The forecast is a great example of our efforts in making sure everyone in the field has a safe and successful experience.”
To view this year’s hunting and trapping forecast, visit dnr.wi.gov and search keyword “forecast.”
Those in search of public hunting and trapping grounds are reminded to check out the department’s Public Access Lands atlas. The atlas includes all DNR properties, as well as nearly all federal and county-owned lands. You can download and print these maps free of charge from your home computer. For more information, search keyword “atlas.”
A Conservation Patron license provides all the basic fishing and hunting privileges at a great price – $165 for Wisconsin residents, a price reduction of nearly one-half when compared to the value for each item included. For Wisconsin residents under the age of 18, a Conservation Patron license costs only $75.
Hunting and fishing licenses can be purchased through the Online Licensing Center on the DNR website, at all authorized license agents, and at DNR Service Centers (Hours for service centers vary; check the DNR website for service center days and hours of operation; DNR Service Centers are not open on Saturdays).
DNR Customer Service staff is available to assist the public online and via phone from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m., seven days a week. Spanish and Hmong bilingual customer service representatives are also available. Customers may reach customer service at 1-888-WDNR INFo (1-888-936-7463) or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.