Bulletin #5 11-28-2008
SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL HUNTERS IN WISCONSIN.
To those who are not fully aware of the remaining hunting
and or fishing seasons closure's here in the State.
I BRING TO YOUR ATTENTION THE FOLLOWING
Naturally the gun deer hunting season will end on
November 30, 2008. We hope everyone got their deer
this year. And that your time in the field was safe and enjoyable.
Not only does gun deer season closes but also for you fisherman
Muskellunge and Turtle season also closes on November 30, 2008.
December 1, 2008, Late Archery Deer Season opens through
January 4, 2009.
December 1, 2008, Muzzle loaders deer season runs
through December 10, 2008
December 1, 2008, Lake Trout season on Lake Superior opens
through Sept, 30, 2009.
December 7, 2008, Southern zone duck season closes.
December 7, 1941, A day to remember in our countries history.
“Pearl harbor” was attacked by the Japanese, and we lost many
Navy, Marines, and Army service men and women that fateful day.
Lets never forget these brave service personnel.
December 8, 2008, Ruffed grouse season closes in the eastern zone.
December 10, 2008, Spring turkey permit applications deadline.
Application deadline for bear hunting kill permits.
Muzzle loader deer season closes.
December 11-14, 2008, Late Statewide anterless only firearm hunt.
Hunters may use heard control and Earn-a-Buck anterless deer tags
in deer management units with these designations. Hunters in regular
units must purchase a unit-specific anterless deer carcass tag to hunt
in those units. Check your 2008-2009, hunting regulations booklet for
information that covers this special hunt in those units.
Archery season will also remain open in these units during these four
days, but is restricted to the harvest of anterless deer. Blaze orange
requirements apply to all hunters during this time period.
December 13, 2008. Canada goose season in the north exterior
zones closes at sunset. Check current waterfowl regulations
for sub zone season dates.
December 16, 2008, Horicon zone Canada goose hunting periods closes.
Canada goose season closes in the south exterior zone.
Check current waterfowl regulations for sub zone season dates.
December 24, 2008, Holiday firearm season in
(CWD management zone through January 4, 2009, Earn-a-Buck)
December 25, 2008, May the joy and happiness of the Christmas Spirit
be with you and yours. MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL!
December 31, 2008, Pheasant season closes.;
Hungarian partridge season closes.
Bobcat hunting and trapping season closes.
Fisher trapping season closes.
Frog season closes.
DECEMBER 31, 2008. NEW YEARS EVE.
MAY THE CELEBRATION OF THE COMING NEW YEAR 2009,
BE A SAFE AND RELIABLE ONE FOR YOU AND YOURS.
PLEASE DO NOT DRINK AND DRIVE AND THAT GOES FOR YOU SNOWMOBILE RIDERS AS WELL.
WE WOULD LIKE TO HAVE YOU WITH US IN THE COMING YEARS.
January 1, 2009. HAPPY NEW YEAR,
MAY IT BE A HEALTHY AND GREAT YEAR FOR YOU AND YOURS.
January 1, 2009, Canada goose season closes in the Mississippi River
Sub zone. Check current waterfowl regulations for sub zone season dates.
January 4, 2009, Late archery season closes.
January 18, 2009, Winter crow season opens through March 20, 2009.
Check your 2008-2009, hunting regulations booklet for
information that covers this special hunt.
January 31, 2009, Squirrel season closes.
Ruffed grouse season closes in zone A (northern zone)
Raccoon Season closes.
This brings to a full close of all firearm hunting seasons
in the State on the dates shown in this article.
I wish to make this known that I have obtained this article on
hunting season closures, from a newspaper article I read in
I believe in the Portage DAILY REGISTER in the November 12. 2008
edition. And from those listed in the 2008 – 2009 Wisconsin
Hunting regulations booklet.
Hunters, now before you put your firearms away. It is always best
to fully clean and oil them before placing them in storage.
Plus to recheck them to be sure they are still clear of any
obstruction, even a spiders cobweb is enough to cause
a serious problem, before using them next season.
Hopefully no one had to recheck their firearm in the field due to
stumble, or other mishap, that may have caused a fully or partly
plugged barrel. If you did? And when in doubt it is always best
to recheck that barrel to be sure it is free from any obstruction
that would cause you or others bodily harm. Did you have our
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May all hunters in the field have respect for one another and a
very safe hunt for all. You tree stand hunters be sure to use
your safety belt. Safe hunting is no accident. Be safe always.
Yours for a Safer Day in the Field and in the Home.
John C. Barber Jr.
VP. Sales and Marketing
J. Bar Products Int'l., Inc.
1944 Cottonville Dr.
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