Outdoor Report is your weekly snapshot for all things outdoors from across the state. Here is a brief look at what Wisconsin has in store for you this week.

This should be an excellent weekend for fall color viewing with colors peaking from Wyalusing State Park, through the Kettle Moraine and up to Door County’s five state parks. Plan your fall color adventure using the official Travel Wisconsin Fall Color Report.

Colors are past peak in northern and central Wisconsin, and leaves are dropping or have dropped, significantly improving visibility for grouse, woodcock, turkey and archery deer hunters. Deer rut activity will be nearing its peak soon and into the early weeks of November. Waterfowl migration continues to climb, and the forecasted north winds should bring in more birds. Sandhill cranes are staging, getting ready for the fall migration. The fall salmon and trout runs are winding down, but anglers were still out trying to catch a few before the spawning season ends.

For more on Wisconsin's outdoors, check out the full Outdoor Report.

Last Update: Oct 25, 2019 11:54 am CDT

Posted In


Share This Article