UNDATED, WI (WTAQ) - The first phase of Wisconsin's fall deer hunting season will begin in eight days.
An early archery season will open a week from Satruday and run through November 21st.
The DNR says it will interrupted for two days on October fifth and sixth, so a statewide youth hunt can take place.
A later bow-and-arrow season will go from November 23rd through January fifth.
Almost 264,000 archers killed about 94,000 deer in last year's season. Both those numbers were up from the previous year.