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Wisconsin to offer crossbow hunting licenses for deer hunters

With some major rule changes coming for this year’s deer hunting season, the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources has created a number of resources to help make sure hunters are ready for another great deer season.

New in 2014, a crossbow deer hunting license is available for any qualified hunter to purchase. Previously, only disabled hunters could use a crossbow under the authority of an archer license.

The crossbow deer hunting season will run concurrent with the regular archer season. During open firearm seasons, a gun deer license will authorize bow and crossbow use. Crossbow licenses include one statewide buck tag and one Farmland Zone antlerless tag. It is important to note that persons purchasing a traditional bow and a crossbow license will receive only one set of tags.

To help transition into this new season, the department is hosting an online crossbow chat at noon on Thursday, July 24. DNR regulations experts will be on hand to answer all crossbow-related questions.

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