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Wisconsin’s nine-day gun deer hunting season comes to an end on Sunday, November 30th

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WISCONSIN (WITI) — Wisconsin’s nine-day gun deer hunting season wrapped up on Sunday, November 30th, but that doesn’t have all hunters leaving the woods!

The muzzleloader season begins on Monday, December 1st, and continues through December 10th.

Then, the Central Forest and Central Farmland Zone antlerless deer hunt begins on December 11th and continues through December 14th.

The Southern Farmland Zone holiday hunt runs from December 24th through January 1st.

The archery and crossbow season began back on September 13th, and ends on January 4th. That will officially close the deer hunting season in the state of Wisconsin.

CLICK HERE to learn more about deer hunting in Wisconsin via the Department of Natural Resources website.

1 Comment

  • Jessica

    I think you mean November 30th, not December 30th. Might want to proof read your articles before posting them, makes you look a bit more professional.

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