Dept. of Natural Resources: Reminds trappers and hunters of furbearer tagging and registration changes

Bobcat adult in Fall colors in Montana

Wisconsin is home to an assortment of furbearer species such as raccoons, bobcats, coyotes and fox which can be hunted and trapped. / Photo Credit: Carol Gray
MADISON, Wis. – The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) reminds trappers and hunters pursuing river otter, fisher and bobcat of the changes to tagging and registration requirements for the 2021-22 trapping and bobcat hunting season starting Saturday, Oct. 16.
The DNR has eliminated the fisher pelt tag requirement and replaced it with a digital harvest authorization. There will no longer be a physical pelt tag mailed to indiv...

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