Hello chaps, I'm scheduled to move to Wisconsin full time from September (assuming I can get a flight and visa sorted during the present chaos) and I'm keen to learn about the hunting opportunities stateside, specifically in WI. So, what's the deal for you guys? In Europe, hunting is easy. Find a venue / outfitter, pay your money or gain landowner permission and crack on. For the US it seems a little more... involved. I guess I first need to sort out my hunters training and then apply for a hunting license. But how does one translate that into actually getting out there? A quick browse of the WI hunting website says something about draws and areas and tags and preference points and all sorts, so an overview from people with experience of the system would be much appreciated! Also, what are my chances of actually getting tags in say 2021. The black bear thing especially looks like it could be as long as 10 years before I actually got a permit based on applicant numbers and permits granted. I also have questions about the provision of guided hunting in the US? All my hunting up to now, at least for anything bigger than bunnies and pigeon, has been with a professional 'stalker' as is the UK way. As such, I reckon I have a lot to learn before I have any chance of success going it alone. Are there suppliers of such guided hunting in the US whom I can get time with to learn the ropes as it were? Species of particular interest would be white tail and black bear, but open to any and all oppurtunities really! Cheers, Al.