Hunters in northern Wisconsin can shoot more anterless deer this fall. The state Natural Resources Board voted unanimously Wednesday to reduce the numbers of northern counties where hunters can take only bucks. Antlerless females will still be off limits in Vilas, Iron, and Ashland counties to give the herds in those locations a chance to grow — and the eastern half of Eau Claire County will also allow buck harvests only. D-N-R officials say recent mild winters have increased deer numbers in the north, after 19 counties were off limits to doe hunting in 2014.