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Public Land Hunting 101 – Wild Wisconsin 2018 Bonus Segment

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Did we mention that there are 7 million acres of public lands in Wisconsin for you to explore? We may have mentioned it a few times during this series. But, where do you start? It can be intimidating to take the plunge into hunting public land, but we’re here to make sure you’ve got all the tools to get started. Whether that means learning to pattern deer movement (or hunter movement, for that matter) on public land, finding your access point, or reading deer sign and being mobile, the ball’s in your court! Here are Bill Hogseth and Jeff Pritzl from the Wisconsin DNR and Aaron Warbritton from The Hunting Public to help you get boots on the ground and explore public lands.

Stay tuned – the Hunt Wild Wisconsin mobile app will be out soon!

Be sure to check out an Off the Record podcast covering public land hunting tips with the Hunting Public.
iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/public-land-hunting-from-start-to-finish-everything/id1392683302?i=1000417561767&mt=2
Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/wild-wisconsin-off-the-record-presented-by-wisconsin-dnr/wild-wisconsin-off-the-record/e/55715868

Check out the FREE Public Access Lands atlas for all of your mapping needs: https://dnr.wi.gov/topic/lands/PAL/

Looking for young forest habitat? Check out the Fields & Forest Lands Interactive Gamebird Hunting Tool here: https://dnr.wi.gov/topic/lands/fflight.html

Looking for more? Be sure to follow Wisconsin DNR on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter: https://dnr.wi.gov/about/connect.html

The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (WI DNR) does not endorse and makes no representations expressed, inferred or implied, concerning any advertisement in any of its electronic or print publications, the content of the advertisement, or any products or services offered in the advertisement or by the advertiser. Reference to any specific commercial product, process, or service by trade name, trademark, copyright, logo or otherwise does not represent an endorsement or recommendation by WI DNR.

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