Wisconsin offers ample public hunting and fishing opportunities and an array of habitats in which to do it.

Flambeau State Forest

• 90,000 acres

• Good deer, bear and waterfowl hunting

• Excellent fishing for smallmouth bass, pike and muskie in the Flambeau River

Brule River State Forest

• 47,000 acres

• Legendary trout fishing in the Brule River

• Salmon and steelhead fishing

Nathaniel Mountain Wildlife Management Area

• 10,675 acres

• Good bear, deer and turkey hunting

• 75 campsites available

Northern Highland American Legion State Forest

• 232,000 acres

• Excellent grouse and woodcock hunting

• Big woods deer hunting

Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest

• 1.5 million acres

• 1,400 miles of designated trout streams, 607 lakes offer excellent fishing

• Deer, bear, turkey and small-game hunting

Find more public land access opportunities with the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation Hunt Planner.

Photo: Flambeau River State Forest

Photo credit: flickr