This Midwestern state holds many waterfowl species. Post here and read others views on Wisconsin duck hunting. From the mighty Mississippi river to the west to the great lake of Michigan on the east, WI has many different types of hunting available to hunters.
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I'm from Central WI originally (Mead Wildlife area) and have been waterfowl (and everything else) hunting for the past 15 years. The tradition and ethics were instilled in me by my father my entire life and I enjoy meeting other hunters/anglers who have a similar conservation/wildlife ethic.
I stumbled upon this site while trying to figure out a way to find hunting partners in Southeast WI. I'm 28 and moved to Southeast WI a few years ago (Mukwonago/East Troy area). Being new to the area, I don't know many people and have generally defaulted to driving North to hunt & fish on the weekends. However, I'm very interested in finding more of these opportunities locally.
I've also been scouting/exploring public lands in the area for bow hunting spots but would love to hear if anyone has any pointers on that as well!
-Natalie (28, Mukwonago)
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I'm Skylar from Wisconsin Dells. I hunt here and near ripon wisconsin and travel all over for the birds. I attend Ripon College and work for my parents in the summer at our family business. I hunt and fish other species as well. I love to hunt with new people, and have a great time. I have hunted with my family and close friends in the past.
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