Posted September 25, 2015 1:00 am by Comments

By Vanessa Torres

Canada Geese

chinook salmon continue to stage near tributaries

First Migratory Canada Geese Moving Into Wisconsin
Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources
Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources

Wisconsin -(Ammoland.com)-Hunters had some very good weather for the opening of the archery deer, fall turkey and small game seasons last weekend. Good numbers of deer were reportedly registered in central Wisconsin.

Many bucks are still being seen in velvet antlers and hunters are reminded if to contact a conservation warden if they want to keep the antlers. The Canada goose season also opened this week, just as the very first reports came in of migratory Canada geese starting to move into the state. Good numbers of teal, mallards, and wood ducks are also being observed and should provide a good opportunity for this upcoming weekend’s youth waterfowl hunt.

Water levels have receded on most river systems following last week’s rain in central and northern Wisconsin. The lower Wisconsin River water levels really spiked last weekend, but have now receded to normal levels and many sandbars have returned. Camping activity has decreased at state parks and forests following the Labor Day weekend, and some campgrounds have now returned to first-come sites, with …read more

Source:: AmmoLand

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