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Rusk County has expansive public lands open to hunting, including four state wildlife areas. There are nearly 90,000 acres open to hunting on Rusk County forest lands, and Rusk County is the gateway to more than 90,000 acres open to hunting in the Flambeau River State Forest. Hunters will find opportunities for white-tailed deer, black bear, wild turkey and waterfowl.
Some of the finest ruffed grouse hunting in northern Wisconsin can be found in Rusk County. The mix of old and new hardwoods makes for ideal habitat. Hunters come from around the country to hunt grouse in Rusk County's beautiful forests. Over the past decade, the population of wild turkey in Rusk County has steadily increased, and hunters can find outstanding turkey hunting throughout the area.
Blue Hills Trails System
View PostBlue Hills Trails System 45.536475 -91.407087
Flambeau River State Forest Trails
View PostFlambeau River State Forest Trails 45.691724 -90.758888
W1613 County Rd W
Ice Age Trail
View PostIce Age Trail 45.574058 -91.512483
Potato Creek Wildlife Area
View PostPotato Creek Wildlife Area 45.340025 -91.400090
Silvernail Wildlife Area
View PostSilvernail Wildlife Area 45.625941 -90.980550
View PostSobieski Flowage
Ten Mile Creek Wildlife Area
View PostTen Mile Creek Wildlife Area 45.318301 -91.532371
The Blue Hills
View PostThe Blue Hills 45.536475 -91.407087
Washington Creek Wildlife Area
View PostWashington Creek Wildlife Area 45.336835 -91.244196
Services & Clubs
Ace Home Center & Sportsland
View PostAce Home Center & Sportsland 45.465811 -91.1068242
503 Lake Ave. W.
Flambeau River Outfitters
View PostFlambeau River Outfitters 45.4641228 -91.0981744
304 Miner Ave.
J & B's Hunt Club
View PostJ & B's Hunt Club 45.4532368 -91.2920069
W12058 Hwy. 8
Joe Flater - Flater's Resort
View PostJoe Flater - Flater's Resort 45.298226 -91.236884
N270 County Rd. E.