Wis. board eliminates deer check stations, ends tradition as part of new hunt recommendations

  • Article by: TODD RICHMOND , Associated Press
  • Updated: January 22, 2014 - 7:40 PM

MADISON, Wis. — Wisconsin wildlife officials agreed Wednesday to eliminate in-person deer check stations by next year, doing away with a cornerstone of hunting tradition to save money and process data faster.

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hollyseanJan. 23, 14 8:12 AM

Bad move now people can register bucks as doe's like some people do in MN.

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tcatheartJan. 26, 1411:32 PM

@ hollysean - The people that would do that are the same that wouldn't even bother to take their deer in to be registered in the past. The change in law/procedure will not affect anything other than making it easier for the law abiding citizens to register their deer.

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