July Newsletter | Bow Stand Warning, Best Bow Cases & More

  Trouble Viewing this Email? View as Webpage   Never Shoot Your Bow With A Stand Attached They’re handy in the ground blind and the 3D course, but you don’t want to shoot your bow with a stand still attached. Bowhunt Or Die Kicks Into Whitetail Mode The team is hard at work getting ready for the upcoming deer seasons. Mathews Bow Builder Camo riser and black limbs, or black riser and camo limbs? You pick. Best Bow Cases For The Traveling Bowhunter Heading out of town this fall? Here’s some great options for protecting your rig. Stealth Cam Captures … Continue reading July Newsletter | Bow Stand Warning, Best Bow Cases & More

Come See Ted Nugent and Bowhunting.com at DeerFest 2017

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Conservation NOW: June 13, 2017

      Conservation Notices of the Week June 13, 2017 2017- 2018 Legislative Session This Week’s Notices: Oppose SB 68: Spreading Chronic Wasting Disease in Wisconsin Support SB 225: Expanding Family Time to Hunt Oppose AB 42: Undermining the Public Benefits of Rule Making Support AB 78: Leading on Lead Support AB 226: Helping Owners Replace Private Contaminated Wells and Septic Systems Oppose SB 68: Spreading Chronic Wasting Disease in WisconsinWisconsin League of Conservation Voters urges you to oppose SB 68, which is before the full Senate on Wednesday.Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) is a transmissible disease that causes the … Continue reading Conservation NOW: June 13, 2017

DNR Weekly News Update, June 6, 2017

Trouble viewing this email? Click here June 6, 2017 Newport State Park designated as International Dark Sky Park ELLISON BAY, Wis. – Newport State Park, Wisconsin’s only wilderness state park, has now also become the first state park in Wisconsin to be designated an International Dark Sky Park, one of just 48 parks in the world to earn the designation. – Read Full Article Jump into summer fun this June at Wisconsin state park system properties MADISON – Visitors to Wisconsin state park system properties can jump into the start of summer this June by camping, getting fit, taking a … Continue reading DNR Weekly News Update, June 6, 2017

Important Updates for Wisconsin’s Deer Hunters – Prepare Early and Make Sure You are Ready to Head into the Woods this Fall!

Important updates for Wisconsin’s deer hunters – prepare early and make sure you are ready to head into the woods this fall! County Deer Advisory application period now open Qualified applicants are encouraged to apply for County Deer Advisory Council seats. The application period for each county is open through July 1, 2017. Council members meet annually to review deer management data, gather public input from citizens and provide recommendations to the Department of Natural Resources and the Natural Resources Board regarding deer management decisions in their county. Council seats include representatives in agriculture, forestry, tourism, transportation, hunting, land management … Continue reading Important Updates for Wisconsin’s Deer Hunters – Prepare Early and Make Sure You are Ready to Head into the Woods this Fall!

Special Edition DNR Weekly News Update, May 31, 2017

May 31, 2017 Special Edition DNR Weekly News [EDITOR’S ADVISORY: Due to the Monday, May 29 Memorial Day Holiday we were unable to include all news releases in the May 30, DNR Weekly News.] – Read Full Article Natural Resources Board approves 2017 deer harvest quotas and season structure MADISON – The Wisconsin Natural Resources Board approved deer hunting season framework and antlerless deer quotas for 2017 at its May 24 meeting in Madison. – Read Full Article Snapshot Wisconsin rolls into Dane, Grant, Rusk, Taylor, Marathon and Clark counties – get involved today MADISON – Landowners in Dane, Grant, … Continue reading Special Edition DNR Weekly News Update, May 31, 2017

WILDGAME INNOVATIONS: Attract HIM, Not Other Hunters

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE        ATTRACT HIM, NOT OTHER HUNTERS WILDGAME INNOVATIONS’ NEW PROPRIETARY BLACKOUT FORMULA VANISH DEER ATTRACTANT IS SWEET AND DISCREET     Dallas, TX (May 18, 2017) – Deer hunters who utilize public land or small tracts of private land often face unique challenges. It’s easy to lose control over certain aspects of the hunt when others are in the woods. Hunts can be blown, while stands and game cameras can be stolen or vandalized. These are unfortunate realities.  The best approach for hunting these areas is to do one’s homework. That means good scouting, careful … Continue reading WILDGAME INNOVATIONS: Attract HIM, Not Other Hunters

DNR Online Chat Will Explore Citizen-Based Resource Monitoring

NEWS RELEASE Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources 101 S Webster, P.O. Box 7921, Madison, WI 53707 Phone: 608-267-2773 TDD: 711 dnr.wi.gov   |   wisconsin.gov DATE: April 17, 2017 CONTACT: Eva Lewandowski, Citizen-based Monitoring Coordinator, 608-264-6057 SUBJECT: DNR online chat will explore citizen-based resource monitoring http://dnr.wi.gov/news/releases/article/?id=4222 MADISON – Join Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources experts Wednesday, April 19, at noon for an online chat about citizen-based monitoring opportunities in Wisconsin. A DNR online chat starting at noon Wednesday is a great opportunity to learn about citizen-based resource monitoring in Wisconsin such as monitoring dissolved oxygen in the Ten Mile Creek Watershed. . … Continue reading DNR Online Chat Will Explore Citizen-Based Resource Monitoring

Deer Season is Months Away, But DNR Staff are Hard at Work! Here Are Some Important Updates for Spring 2017

Deer season is months away, but DNR staff are hard at work! Here are some important updates for Spring 2017 Preliminary CDAC recommendations open for public review and comment through April 13 Preliminary recommendations developed by each County Deer Advisory Council at their March meetings are now available for public review and comment. To provide feedback, use the online survey tool found at dnr.wi.gov, keyword “CDAC.” The survey is open through April 13, and all results will be provided to council members prior to April meetings.   County Deer Advisory Councils will prepare final antlerless quota, permit level and season … Continue reading Deer Season is Months Away, But DNR Staff are Hard at Work! Here Are Some Important Updates for Spring 2017

Update | MUCC Supports Kildee Legislation to Protect Fisheries from Aquaculture

MICHIGAN UNITED CONSERVATION CLUBS UPDATE | MUCC Supports Kildee Legislation to Protect Wild Fisheries from Aquaculture Friend — For the past few years, Michigan United Conservation Clubs and our partners have led the fight to protect the Great Lakes wild fisheries from net-pen aquaculture. Yesterday, Congressman Dan Kildee (MI-5) introduced federal legislation that will protect both Great Lakes fisheries and designated wild and scenic rivers, which Michigan United Conservation Clubs supports. However, it’s important to note that this legislation only affects certain types of aquaculture which threaten wild fisheries through the release of effluent and the risk of disease transmission … Continue reading Update | MUCC Supports Kildee Legislation to Protect Fisheries from Aquaculture