MADISON (WKOW) – Wisconsin's fall turkey hunt will begin on Saturday.
The statewide season is scheduled to run through November 21. The extended fall season is scheduled to run from December 2 through December 31 in the southern two-thirds of the state.
State Department of Natural Resources officials say this past year's late winter and cold, wet spring most likely put a damper on turkey production. However, they say 2012 was a good production year, which should translate to more adult gobblers for hunters this year.
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