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Hunters like Langlade County's combination of forests, farmlands, and watersheds which provide many opportunities for all ages! Non-motorized activities, like hunting, is allowed on all land in the County Forest Crop Program, private industrial land in the Forest Crop Law or Managed Forest Lands Law, and designated State land.
You can access these areas by using any road on the Official County Road Map (available at the Chamber office). You can also access the area by foot and some motorized options. Other options to access the areas are governed by rules and policies approved by each entity. Please contact the Antigo DNR Station for specific access information (contact information below).
The active timber management in Langlade County provides an excellent mixture of wildlife habitats consisting of young aspen forests, mature hardwood forests, and wet-lands. Hunting here includes big game (deer and bear), small game (ruffed grouse, woodcock, squirrel, rabbit, turkey and waterfowl). Predator hunting is also a big sport in Langlade County with abundant coyote, red fox, and bobcat populations.
Please contact the Department of Natural Resources with all questions regarding hunting regulations and permit/tag questions at (715) 627-4317.