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First Zone T Gun Deer Hunting Season is October 28-31
Wisconsin Ag Connection - 10/15/2004

The first of Wisconsin's 2004 gun deer hunting seasons are set to open on October 28 with the start of the four-day Zone T and Earn-a-Buck antlerless deer hunts in 74 of the state's 135 deer management units, and special Earn-a-Buck hunts in another 18 Chronic Wasting Disease units. A second antlerless only deer hunt will take place December 9-12 in Zone T and Earn-a-Buck units south of Hwy. 8. The regular nine-day gun deer season runs November 20-28.
All deer hunting season dates, harvest limits and tagging options are explained the 2004 Wisconsin Deer Hunting Regulations pamphlet, which is available at license vendors, DNR Service Centers and on the Department of Natural Resources Web site at

"There are numerous carcass tagging options this year depending on which deer season you're hunting and the unit in which you're hunting," said Kurt Thiede, a rules and regulations specialist at DNR. "For all non-CWD deer management units, there is a handy table on page 11 of the 2004 Wisconsin Deer Hunting Regulations pamphlet explaining the tagging options."

Hunters in Zone T and Earn-a-Buck units may only harvest antlerless deer during the October 28-31 and Dec. 9-12 hunts. Hunters who harvest an antlerless deer in Earn-a-Buck units can only use the buck permit they earn during the regular nine-day gun or muzzleloader seasons or the bow season if they are licensed archery hunters; they may not shoot an antlered deer during the four-day antlerless-only hunts.

For more information, call 608-261-7589.

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