MADISON, Wis. - If you're looking to be part of Wisconsin’s first managed elk hunt, Tuesday is the day to sign up.
The state DNR has spent the last 22 years managing the elk population and reintroducing the species to Wisconsin.
The hunt is planned for the Clam Lake Elk Range in the north central part of the state, and only ten tags are awarded, four of those are reserved for Wisconsin residents.
Everybody who hunts, also has to complete an elk hunter education course.
The application fee is $10 dollars and you can apply through the state's "Go Wild" system.