In Wisconsin, all hunters must have a valid license or be in a designated hunting mentorship. Game may only be hunted during the specified season, and if specific animals require additional tags, stamps, or endorsements-such as deer and bear-the hunter must have them prior to hunting. Hunting is prohibited during certain times of day, generally when it is dark, and shooting is not allowed within proscribed distances of occupied dwellings or people. Firearm hunters must wear clothing that is sufficiently visible to other hunters per the most recent regulations. Regulations can change annually, so hunters should visit the DNR's website to get the most recent version prior to hunting.
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