Is duck hunting still open in Wisconsin?
View the 2020 public input results and comments here. Duck season dates and bag limits are as follows. Opening day shooting hours will begin one-half hour before sunrise for all regular waterfowl hunting seasons.
|Species||Daily limit (total daily bag limit is six ducks of any species)|
What hunting season is it now in Wisconsin?
Wisconsin Deer Seasons
|Archery and Crossbow||Sept. 12-Jan. 3|
|Youth Deer||Oct. 10-11|
|Muzzleloader||Nov. 30-Dec. 9|
|December Antlerless||Dec. 10-13|
How long is duck season in Wisconsin?
The Northern Zone duck season will run Sept. 26 through Nov. 24. The Southern and Mississippi River Zone seasons have a five-day split, running Oct.
Can you shoot teal during regular duck season Wisconsin?
Early teal season (Sept. 1 – 9) shooting hours are from sunrise to sunset. a) A valid license for hunting small game is required to hunt all migratory game birds (i.e., ducks, geese, brant, woodcock, mourning dove, coots, rails, snipe or moorhens) in Wisconsin.
Is Wisconsin good for duck hunting?
Wisconsin is a great waterfowl hunting state, thanks in part to hunter enthusiasm and dedication to the sport. Look below for more information on waterfowl reports and surveys, hunting regulations and other current issues.
How many turkeys can you kill in Wisconsin?
What is the bag limit? The bag limit for the spring season is one bearded or male turkey per spring turkey harvest authorization (formerly known as a carcass tag/permit). The fall season bag limit is one turkey of any age or sex per fall turkey harvest authorization.
What is the duck limit in Wisconsin?
60 Day Season – 6 ducks, no more than 4 mallards (only 2 may be a hen), 3 wood ducks, 2 black ducks, 2 redheads, 1 pintail and 2 canvasback. 5 mergansers, not more than 2 hooded. Coot daily bag of 15.
Can u bait deer in Wisconsin?
State law requires that the Wisconsin DNR enact a ban on feeding and baiting of deer in counties or portions of counties within a 10-mile radius of a captive or free-roaming domestic or wild animal that tests positive for CWD or tuberculosis.