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soulless 09-14-2009 10:50 AM

what if late to registration station??
 
In wi, got to registered deer by 5PM. What if I shot the deer at 4PM and took almost an hour to dragged it out of the woods and by the time I get to the registration station, it's like 5:30PM..

Then what? Do i sit around until the morning? Come back with the deer in the morning???

Jimmy S 09-14-2009 12:26 PM

I am not from Wisc but I dd check the website for you.
Seems to me you must register the deer by 5:00PM on the day AFTER it was killed.

Non-CWD Unit Deer Registration
Deadline: All deer killed by firearm hunters (including muzzleloader deer

season)
must be registered no later than 5:00 p.m. of the day after the close of the
season in which the deer was killed. All deer killed by
archery hunters must be
registered no later than 5:00 p.m. on the third day after the deer was killed or by

5:00 p.m. the day after the season closes, whichever occurs first.
Location: All deer killed must be registered in the unit of kill or in an adjoining unit.

CWD Unit Deer Registration
Deadline: All deer killed must be registered no later than 5:00 p.m. on the day
after it was killed.

Location: All deer killed in the CWD Management Zone must be registered

within the unit of kill or adjacent unit of kill within the CWD Management Zone

Wingbone 09-14-2009 02:54 PM

Jimmy's right. You can legally register the next day if you need to. I've had to do it many times after a long trail and drag out. It's no big deal.

wingchaser_labs 09-15-2009 04:31 PM

I think he is more concerned about getting it registered and in the freezer right away with this hot butt weather we have going on right now....... For bow, it's 5pm the day after it was killed for cwd units, otherwise its 5 pm 3 days after the kill or 5pm the day after season which ever somes first for all other units. For gun, its 5 pm the day after the kill for cwd units and 5pm the day after season for all other units. Most registration stations are open until 8pm and most gas stations that register will do it for you after 8pm even though they don't like to sometimes and if they don't want to tell them how important it is that they register it for you so the deer will not spoil, as it will over night in these hot conditions. Hope this helps. Good luck. WCL

Deer Registration
Deer must be kept intact, except for field dressing and skinning, prior to registration.
The lower legs, up to the tarsus joint (“ankle or hock”) on the hind legs and up to the
carpus joint (“wrist or knee”) on the front legs, may also be removed. If the skin or
legs are removed prior to registration, they must be kept with the carcass until after
the deer is registered.
Exemption:
Deer may be skinned and quartered by persons holding a Class A or B
Disabled Permit. All parts must be presented at the time of registration.
In addition to the tagging requirements,
all deer must be registered at a DNR Deer
Registration Station. Registration forms are available at deer registration stations.

Non-CWD Unit Deer Registration
Deadline: All deer killed by firearm hunters (including muzzleloader deer

season)
must be registered no later than 5:00 p.m. of the day after the close of the
season in which the deer was killed. All deer killed by
archery hunters must be
registered no later than 5:00 p.m. on the third day after the deer was killed or by

5:00 p.m. the day after the season closes, whichever occurs first.
Location: All deer killed must be registered in the unit of kill or in an adjoining unit.

CWD Unit Deer Registration
Deadline: All deer killed must be registered no later than 5:00 p.m. on the day
after it was killed.

Location: All deer killed in the CWD Management Zone must be registered

within the unit of kill or adjacent unit of kill
within the CWD Management Zone.

Collection of samples at time of registration
Note:
Any part of any deer may be collected or sampled by the department for
disease testing purposes. If requested, you must allow the department to collect a
sample for disease testing. Special arrangements can be made at the time of registration

for deer that are to be mounted. Failure to provide or allow a sample to be

wingchaser_labs 09-15-2009 04:35 PM

Woops didn't see you posted the regs Jimmy. WCL

soulless 09-16-2009 12:10 PM

thanks guys.. i think where i am hunting, i have a much better chance for a kill around 4PM +


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