Wisconsin's new early teal season starts Labor Day
By Pauleen Le
SUAMICO - Duck hunters have just a few days left to get ready for the upcoming Teal hunting season.This year marks the first of a three-year experimental early teal season.The Wisconsin Natural Resources board passed the proposal in June 25.Experts say the continental population of the blue-winged teal has grown in recent years.Officials say the three-year experiment will determine if Wisconsin is granted an operational early teal season.The parameters include:- Only one blue-winged and green-winged teal can be harvested.- Daily bag limit is 6 tealThe season begins on Labor Day and runs through Sept. 7.Shooting hours for opening day runs from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Hours for all other days of the season are sunrise to 7 p.m.For more information from the Wisconsin DNR, click here.For moreinformation on the Green Bay Duck Hunters Association, click here.
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