Very few places in the United States have the variety of wildlife that exists in the state of Wisconsin. As a favorite destination for hunters and sportsmen, opportunities to hunt big game like black bear and white-tailed to smaller game like wild turkey and fowl abound. There are various hunting seasons and regulations in place in order to maintain healthy wildlife populations. The best source of information is the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) website: www.dnr.wi.gov.
The deer hunting season in Wisconsin is a HUGE event. It is so big that many restaurants, clubs, hotels and family indoor water parks all have specials for “Deer Hunting Widows” and their families. Even a quick search on the internet will provide you with a host of activities for other family members if the husband has gone hunting.
Here are the dates you should know about:
|Archery and Crossbow||Sept. 17 – Jan. 8, 2017|
|Gun hunt for hunters with disabilities This is not a statewide season. Learn more…||Oct. 1 – 9|
|Youth deer hunt||Oct. 8 – 9|
|Gun||Nov. 19 – 27|
|Muzzleloader||Nov. 28 – Dec. 7|
|December 4-day antlerless hunt||Dec. 8 – 11|
|Antlerless only Holiday Hunt
*Only in valid farmland units. Please see deer regulations booklet for valid units.
|Dec. 24 – Jan. 1, 2017|
|All dates are subject to change through a rule making or a legislative process. Please check the 2016 Wisconsin Deer Hunting Regulations for a complete set of dates and unit designations.|
Of course there are a variety of fishing options for the enthusiast all over Wisconsin. Again, a quick trip to the DNR can help you plan for specific seasons and regulations. Fishing is a year round event and even ice fishing is very popular on area lakes. There are many fishing and water related activities that the whole family can enjoy. So if you are going on a business trip and can take a little extra time off, bring the whole family and enjoy Wisconsin. All fishing information (including ice fishing!) can also be found at www.dnr.wi.gov.
Traveling in Wisconsin
Just about everybody is shocked the first time they visit Wisconsin in the spring. We are not buried in snow all year. In fact, we are one of the greenest and most beautiful places you’ll ever visit.Actually, most people are surprised almost anytime they visit us. There is so much to see and do year round in our state. Activities for singles, couples and families abound year round.The information below focuses on what is going on in our state right now in Wisconsin. If you are planning to visit RCS and have a little extra time to spend, check out all our state has to offer. You will be glad you did!
Welcome to Spring and Summer Time in Wisconsin!One sure sign that winter has stepped aside is that the University of Wisconsin and other Wisconsin schools have had their Spring breaks. As we embrace spring and eagerly brace ourselves for summer we can explore all of the choices for Wisconsin fishing, Real Estate in Wisconsin, golfing, camping, Wisconsin hotels, activities and thousands of 2010 Wisconsin events.Now is the time to think about spas in Wisconsin as you travel to your favorite Wisconsin destinations. From Hayward to Appleton, Wisconsin, all along the mighty Mississippi, to Lake Geneva, around Milwaukee, Wisconsin and all across the Great Lakes, you’ll find tons of great Wisconsin homes. And don’t forget – there’s always cool new stuff going on at Wisconsin Dells! Spring events put a fresh new face on outdoor fun. Your Wisconsin adventure is waiting for you, so come and get it! Check out this Wisconsin map!All the highlighted items will link you to sections of www.wistravel.com. This is one of the most complete guides to just about everything that is Wisconsin.