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West Central DNR report says trapping in full swing and raccoon numbers up

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Vernon County – Raccoon hunters and trappers are reporting successful harvests during the last several weeks. Raccoon activity should remain strong as fall progresses, and there seems to be no shortage of raccoons, which is the most abundant wild carnivore in Wisconsin. It is hard to believe that between 1936-1950, raccoons were so scarce that the Wisconsin Conservation Department raised thousands of these nocturnal mammals in captivity and released them around the state. – Dave Matheys, wildlife biologist, Viroqua

La Crosse County – For the furbearer enthusiast now is the time to get the trapline out. Most furbearer seasons are open (see regulations) and fur is coming into prime. With the crops coming off the fields the raccoons have transitioned to running the waterways seeking food. Trapping is a great way to get out and enjoy the fall weather and get in touch with nature. Make point to introduce a child, friend, or neighbor to the many kinds of outdoor recreations available in the fall. – Tyler Strelow, warden supervisor, La Crosse

Black River State Forest – Fall colors in the state forest are over, clearing up the obstructions of hunter’s views. Slightly below average temperatures are in store for the Black River area through this weekend with highs in the low to mid 40s predicted. The outdoor group camp and East Fork will close for the season on Dec. 1. Backpackers and hunters who wish to camp offsite during the nine day gun deer season may use our online permit. – Peter Bakken, superintendent

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