2017 Fall Turkey Hunting leftover permits go on sale August 26

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Hunters who were successful in the fall turkey permit drawing will begin receiving notification in the mail early next week. Please note, it is possible that the notifications may arrive after the leftover permit sales begin.

Hunters can check to see if they were successful in drawing a fall turkey permit by logging into their accounts at GoWild.WI.Gov. A fall turkey license needs to be purchased, along with the turkey stamp [PDF], unless the stamp was purchased for the spring turkey hunt. Conservation Patron license holders already have their fall turkey license and stamp privileges and they will receive their fall turkey permits in the mail, if they were successful in the drawing.

Hunters who were successful in the fall turkey permit drawing will begin receiving notification in the mail early next week. Please note, it is possible that the notifications may arrive after the leftover permit sales begin.

Leftover permit availability in each Wild Turkey Management Zone [PDF] is as follows – total permits made available prior to the drawing are in parentheses:

Zone 1: 15,486 (27,500);
Zone 2: 5,073 (22,000);
Zone 3: 18,531 (30,000);
Zone 4: 7,936 (15,000);
Zone 5: 180 (4,200);
Zone 6: 0 (1,900); and
Zone 7: 0 (1,500).

Remaining fall turkey permits may be purchased using the online license center or through any license agent. Leftover fall turkey permits cost $5 for 10 and 11 year olds, $10 for residents, and $15 for nonresidents. This is in addition to the cost of the fall turkey license and turkey stamp (if not already purchased).

The are included in the 2017 Wisconsin Small Game Hunting Regulations pamphlet, available now on the hunting regulations page of the DNR website and at DNR Service Centers.

For more information regarding turkey hunting in Wisconsin, search the DNR website, dnr.wi.gov, for keyword “turkey.”

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