Mikolaj Mazur
Mikolaj Mazur voted up Angela Anthony's answer

There has to be balance in everything. Too many predators, not enough prey. Not only that, then there comes disease of the remaining animals. For instance, deer populations, if not for hunting season, there would be rampant disease through the herds of deer, they die, are eaten by scavengers who then spread the disease to … Read more

Mikolaj Mazur
Mikolaj Mazur voted up Anonymous' answer

To add on to the other answers,  in the U.P Deer hunting brings in a LOT of tourists in the summer and its the main source of the economy up here.

Too many wolves cut short the deer population and then the DNR has to lower the limit a person is allowed to tag.  Wolves and … Read more