Where is the best place to deer hunt in Wisconsin?
Wisconsin’s Storied Driftless Area Its public hunting lands include the Kickapoo Valley Reserve and Coon Creek Fishery Area. Two hours north of those lands, you’ll find what’s often considered Wisconsin’s – and America’s – premier deer hunting county: Buffalo County.
How much does it cost to hunt deer in Wisconsin?
They must be filled in the zone, unit and land type (public or private) designated on each harvest authorization. Bonus antlerless harvest authorizations are available on a first-come, first-served basis at a cost of $12 each for residents, $20 each for non-residents and $5 for youth hunters under age 12.
Is there money in raising deer?
The best profits come from raising deer for hunting. Preserves pay from $800 to $40,000 for bucks 2 1/2 years and older. “About 90 percent that are sold, score 190 or less. A lot of growers try to raise the biggest deer,” McIntosh says.
What is the biggest buck shot in Wisconsin?
Wisconsin’s current state record crossbow buck net scores 179 7/8 inches, and the state record for all archery equipment is 192 6/8 net inches.
How many deer tags can you have in Wisconsin?
While there is a limit on the number of tags an individual hunter can receive (0-3 in 2016) there is no limit on the total number of tags that can be issued in any one DMU. Hunters must identify the deer management unit and whether they wanted the tag to be valid for public or private lands.
What is the best caliber rifle for whitetail deer?
Best Caliber for Deer Hunting
- 7mm-08 Remington.
- 280 Remington.
- 7mm Remington Magnum.
- 30-30 Winchester.
- 308 Winchester.
- 300 Winchester Magnum.
- You might be surprised by the number of hunters that use the 300 as their primary deer rifle. An exceptional round for long range, it gives no quarter in performance on whitetail.
Can you use someone else’s buck tag in Wisconsin?
Yes. However, the deer must be registered before someone else can transport it. You are strongly encouraged to leave a printed copy of the tag and registration confirmation number with the carcass if someone else will take possession of it.