|Legislators expand hunting, trapping areas|
By Kurt Krueger
THERE?IS more good news than just the state’s first wolf hunt coming from Republicans who control state government, as legislators have passed a law that will expand hunting and trapping opportunities in Wisconsin.
The Department of Natural Resources (DNR)?is preparing to implement Act 168, known as the Sporting Heritage Bill, legislation that was approved earlier this year.
The law allows hunting and trapping in Wisconsin state parks. If I lived anywhere else in the state and near one of those parks, I’d be dancing in the streets over the expanded opportunity to hunt and trap on public lands.
|Tuesday, October 23, 2012 2:46 PM|