2016-2017 Deer Hunting Regulation Changes

I just wanted to go over a few 2016-2017 deer hunting regulation changes that have been approved already in a few different states. Some people may view the changes as good and some may view them as bad. One thing is for sure you can’t make everyone happy all of the time. 2016-2017 Deer Hunting Regulation Changes From Various States Missouri: Maintain current timing of the November portion and reduce the length from 11 to 9 days, expand the late youth portion to three days beginning the first day after Thanksgiving, reduce the length of antlerless portion from 12 to 3 days and begin on the first Friday in December, eliminate the urban zones portion Wisconsin: ten deer management units will not have an antlerless quota (each within the Northern and Central Forest zones), while the rest of Wisconsin will have a quota of 256,775 antlerless deer (compared to 224,735 in … Continue reading