(WEAU) - There are still ways to get a deer in Wisconsin.
The statewide antlerless hunt began Thursday and runs through Sunday. Bow hunters can continue pursuing a deer during the late archery season that runs through January 6th.
There's also a holiday hunt that takes place in CWD units in southern Wisconsin starting December 24th and ending January 6th.
DNR Press Release
MADISON -- Though the muzzleloader deer season ends Dec. 5, hunters still have opportunities remaining this year to harvest a deer.
Hunters statewide can participate in the antlerless hunt that runs Dec. 6 through Dec. 9. Archery hunters can continue pursuing deer during the remaining late archery season that runs through Jan.6, 2013.
Finally, a Holiday Hunt takes place in CWD units of southern Wisconsin starting Dec. 24 and ending Jan. 6, 2013.
Landowners and hunters in CWD units are reminded that there is no CWD landowner hunt this year. This CWD management zone-specific hunt previously enabled landowners and landowner-designated permit holders to hunt on private land in CWD zones from January to March.
For more information on remaining bow and gun deer seasons statewide and in CWD units, please visit dnr.wi.gov and search keyword, "deer.”