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The Wilderness Reserve

The Wilderness Reserve

Price $5000 - $15000
The wilderness is a vast 5,500 acre trophy hunting reserve located in both wisconsin and upper michigan.  With 5 lakes and 15 miles of high fence at its boundaries, you will find seclusion and the…
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  • Vilas
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  • Whitetail Deer, Elk

Wisconsin is a great place for hunting, whether you are a beginner or long-time expert. The best types of wild game and Wisconsin hunts in the state are white-tailed deer, turkey, black bears, wolves, waterfowls, and other small game birds. Remember, even with the large amount of wild game available, each person must still obtain a Wisconsin hunting license before participating.

Anyone who hunts in Wisconsin, resident or nonresident, must purchase a hunting license. There are several different varieties of licenses so researching beforehand is your best bet.
As well, any individual that was born after January 1, 1973 must complete a hunter education course.

Exemptions from the requirements of the hunter education course to purchase a Wisconsin hunting license include the following: those who are active in the military or have proof of completing basic training within the U.S., anyone born before January 1, 1973, and any individual that is a part of mentored hunting.

As they have one of the most extensive deer populations in the county, deer hunting is huge in Wisconsin. With that being said, Wisconsin is a great place for out-of-state hunters. The deer season is quite active and extends from September until January.

A variety of Wisconsin hunts can be found in public lands, certain state parks, as well as hunts hosted on private property with the consent of the owner.

In Wisconsin, the hunting seasons bring a lot of out-of-state individuals (which makes for an extremely populated hunting space). With that being said, Wisconsin hunting leases are a great thing to keep in mind. By taking advantage of these, you will have the opportunity of having better quality choice of wild game. The Wisconsin hunting leases that are provided by landowners such as those on Hunting Locator are very beneficial to both parties, and stand as a clear and definite advantage when wanting to hunt.