The Refuge is open for squirrel, pheasant, partridge, rabbit and deer hunting in accordance with all current statewide seasons and regulations. The Refuge is closed to migratory bird hunting, except for an annual Learn to Hunt Waterfowl session. Opportunities for hunters with disabilities are available.
Horicon Marsh Hunting Map and Regulations
Hunts for Hunters with Disabilities
The refuge offers several deer hunts in a designated part of the refuge for hunters with disabilities. Hunters must already have obtained a Class A, B, C or D permit to be able to apply for the hunts. All of these permits can be obtained from the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. The designated disabled hunt area is located in Dodge County within the "Southern Farmland Zone" (previously Unit 68B) Ten hunting blinds are available for use during the gun hunts. For more information call 920-387-2658 ext. 200 or contact John Below at 920-948-2579.
Disabled Deer Hunt Application 2016
Disabled Hunt Blind Map
Learn to Hunt Waterfowl
No waterfowl hunting is allowed on the Horicon National Wildlife Refuge except for selected youth participants of the Learn to Waterfowl program. The Learn to Hunt programs introduce novice hunters - both youth and adults - to a variety of hunting experiences with the aid of an experienced hunting mentor.
Horicon Marsh Learn to Hunt Waterfowl Application 2016
For more information contact Erin Railsback at 920-387-2658 ext. 124.