Jason Dunet has been guiding outdoorsmen and women throughout Wisconsin and other Midwestern states for over 12 years. Specializing in whitetail deer and turkey hunting in central WI, Jason has hundreds of successful hunts under his belt with happy customers nation-wide. If you’re looking to hunt the Wisconsin landscape with a guide who really rocks and can produce excellent trophy deer, turkey and waterfowl then look no further!
I’ve always enjoyed the thrill of the hunt, but seeing my clients light up with excitement when they bag a trophy buck, strutting gobbler, or big canada goose is even more satisfying for me.
Booking a hunt with the Dunet Guide service is a complete turnkey hunting experience from start to finish. With over 5,000 acres of privately owned and leased hunting land available, there is always a perfect place to hunt for a wide variety of big and small game animals.
Wisconsin has a traditional 9-day state-wide rifle season with many areas open to harvesting both antlered and anter-less whitetail. Numerous hunting zones feature early doe only seasons and late doe only seasons in addition to the standard 9-day rifle hunt.
Bow season opens in mid-September and runs all the way through December with the heaviest rutting activity usually seen late October through mid-November. Monster bucks are not uncommon in many areas of the state, and the bow rut offers deer hunters a chance at a Badger buck of a lifetime with traditional archery, compound and crossbow hunts all legal. Hunting from ladder stands, hang-on treestands, pit blinds and even my locally made DekoRRa fake rocks boulder blinds are all options.
Fall and spring guided turkey hunts are also popular with hunters using both shotguns and bows. Fall turkey hunts offer more of a run and gun approach for toms and hens, while spring offers the more traditional hunts for big strutting gobblers coming in fast to calls and decoys.
Waterfowl hunting for ducks and geese along the Wisconsin River and Fox River are also popular. The waterfowl season kicks off mid-October and runs through December. Most teal and wood ducks leave the area after the first frost or cold snap but Mallards will hang around until the ponds freeze. Late season can be very exciting with big Canadian geese and Mallards taking advantage of stubble corn fields and open water in rivers and streams.
Whether you’re just passing through looking for a wonderful outdoor experience or looking to call Wisconsin home, I can help you with a rock solid hunt and memories that will last a lifetime.