The Wisconsin Conservation Congress has provided leadership for the local county level CDAC's.
Each local CDAD has management options on how to control the deer herd. There are many options and thinking about custom regulations for each county sounds life a great idea.
Until one looks at the bigger, statewide picture.
If each CDAC decides to have different regulations, then complexity defines our statewide hunt. This invites confusion and frustration.
But uniformity in regulations, over large areas of the state is easier for hunters to understand.
I am not sure what our CDAC will decide to do this year or next. But I hope we consider not changing anything about our hunt. If I tell hunters that this year will be like last year, no explaining is needed.
What ever the outcome is, I hope that consistency and uniformity will characterize the different CDAC's.