How much is a Wisconsin deer hunting license?
|Jr. Gun Deer (12-17 years old)||20.00|
|Gun Deer (under 12 years old)||7.00|
How much does buck tag cost in Wisconsin?
The cost is $12 each for Wisconsin residents, $20 each for non-residents and $5 each for youth ages 11 and younger.
How do I get a hunting license in Wisconsin?
Where to Buy a Wisconsin Hunting License
- Visit the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources website.
- Call 1-888-WDNRINFo (1-888-936-7463).
- Visit a Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources office or an approved license sales location.
Hunters will receive one Gun Buck Deer Tag valid in any DMU statewide, plus one or more Farmland (Zone 2) antlerless tag(s), the number determined based on the DMU they hunt.
When can you shoot deer in Wisconsin?
The 2021 deer season schedule is as follows: Gun Deer Hunt: Nov. 20-28, 2021. Muzzleloader: Nov. 29-Dec. 8, 2021. Statewide Antlerless Hunt: Dec. 9-12, 2021.
How big does a buck have to be to shoot in Wisconsin?
In each of those states, legal bucks are either those with any visible antler or antlers that are at least 3 inches long, such as Wisconsin. VAPR is widely practiced in those states as well as many others.
Do I need a hunting license to hunt on my own land in Wisconsin?
DO I NEED A HUNTING LICENSE TO HUNT WITHIN THE STATE OF WISCONSIN? Yes. A Hunting License is different from a Hunter Education Certificate and is required for any person, of any age who hunts any animal within the state of Wisconsin.
How much land do you need to hunt on in Wisconsin?
Rabbit hunting with a BB gun, 1 acre is plenty. Rectangular property and bow Gobbler hunting, 3/4 acre should be plenty.