By Paul Schmitt
The numbers are in for the 9-day gun deer season that concluded last Sunday. According to the Wisconsin DNR website, 106,450 deer were harvested statewide. That reflects a 4.5 percent decrease in the kill from 2016. Door County was up 432 deer with 3172 deer taken. There was 1739 antler-less and 1433 antlered deer killed. Kewaunee County which was down from last year’s numbers after the opening weekend finished up with 132 more deer taken compared to last year. Of the 2346 deer killed this year, 1383 were antler-less and 963 were antlered.
For the entire county break-down of the 2017 deer gun hunt go to this link from the DNR