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Where is everyone applying to hunt this spring?

I applied for a Wisconsin zone 4 A & B season.

I will apply for a Mn zone 508 B season.

I have also been interested in Iowa and Missouri.

Good luck everyone in the spring drawings!

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It's been a while since I've applied for a turkey license but thinking about giving it another try this spring. It looks like now you only have to apply if you want to hunt the first 2 weeks of the season. I will probably just buy an over the counter license in 508.

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Hoping for MN A season, just applied for WI E season. Our annual WI trip. I will pick up a season C also in the leftover tags hopefully if time allows.

 

NE archery only for the first couple weeks and SD .

 

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Minnesota Archery again. D season in Wisconsin. Hopefully taking my dad out if possible, he's 95 and not in great shape right now. Also have a women's mentored hunt later in May.  Not certain yet, but hoping to put a Nebraska hunt together.  Seeing WAY more than expected this fall what with the cold wet spring we had.

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On 12/11/2018 at 6:54 PM, minky said:

 

I applied for a Wisconsin zone 4 A & B season.

 

 

 

Sorry, as a non-resident, you will never draw for these seasons.  Wisconsin residents get first choice no matter how many preference points you may have.  Season C is their fishing opener and you have a pretty good chance of drawing this tag.  If you apply for more than one time period, say season D & E, you'll draw E everytime.  This is all personal experience from over 30 years of hunting across the border.  Good luck and keep your eyes on when the leftover tags go on sale. Zone 4 is Thursday, March 22. 

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Still time ,Jan. 25 deadline for lottery of Season A and B. Can't wait for spring but have a lot of fishing to do :)

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Guessing in a couple weeks. Last Friday was the deadline.

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Are Wisconsin lottery spring tags available for purchase? I was chosen for the d season and want to get my tag.

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You can buy the tag that you were drawn for. If you want to get surplus you will have to wait till March when those go on sale.

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Tried to purchase the D season Wisconsin tag i was drawn for yesterday.

Clerk said try again at the end of March, any truth to that? I will call the Wisconsin DNR on Tuesday (holiday tomorrow).

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I put a call into the Wisconsin DNR, they said March 1st license will be available.

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Got drawn for the MN B season!

Hope the weather cooperates.

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