The city of Waupaca will be holding another managed bow hunt to help reduce the city’s deer population. The common council gave its approval to the city’s 2nd such hunt, after the first, last year, saw bow hunters reduce the size of the city’s deer population by 8. City street superintendent Roger Hansen, himself an avid hunter, is once again overseeing the hunt. Dates are not yet finalized, but Hansen says they are targeting later this month to get started, with the harvest period likely running into March. Once again, only anterless deer can be harvested. Hunters selected by lottery for the hunt must purchase a 10-dollar bow discharge permit from the police department. Hansen says the DNR will initially make 20 deer tags available for the hunt.