Wisconsin Natural Resources Board restores original antlerless quotas in four of 11 counties

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Madison — The Natural Resources Board (NRB) met in a special meeting the morning of July 30 and amended its actions from June 24 that reduced antlerless deer quotas in 11 northern counties.

The board approved a motion by Bill Smith to restore the original antlerless quotas recommended by the DNR and CDACs in Burnett, Douglas, Bayfield, and Sawyer counties.

This means that the…

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