GREEN BAY - Before heading into the woods this deer season, be sure to check out updated deer management unit and deer management zone maps to learn more about Wisconsin's new simplified deer hunting regulations.
It is important to remember that Marinette County is a split management unit, with separate antlerless permits designated for the Northern Forest Zone and Central Farmland Zone portions of the county.
Antlerless harvest in the northern portion of Marinette County located north of Highway 64, west of Highway 141 and north of Highway 180 is by unit-specific bonus antlerless deer permit only. The free Farmland Zone Antlerless Deer Carcass Tag issued with each deer hunting license may only be used in southern Marinette County - this portion is located in the Central Farmland Zone.
Hunters are encouraged to visit the frequently asked questions page for more information. The FAQ feature provides brief responses to a wide variety of deer hunting questions, ranging from deer management unit boundaries to antlerless permits.
DNR Call center staff is available seven days a week (7 a.m. to 10 p.m.) to answer any questions. Call toll free 1-888-WDNRINFo (1-888-936-7463). Bilingual operators and publications are also available.
For more information regarding Deer Management Units and more, visit dnr.wi.gov and search keyword "deer."