WIND LAKE - When the afternoon of Nov. 8 rolled around, the 2017-'18 Wisconsin deer hunting season was about seven weeks old and Wade Wollermann of Union Grove already had a memory of a lifetime. That came in October when his 10-year-old son Wynn shot a buck during the youth hunt. Whatever the rest of the fall would bring was gravy. And Wollermann, 39, who was raised and taught to love the outdoors in southeastern Wisconsin, isn't one to waste local hunting opportunities.
For the first time in Wisconsin, hunters using crossbows last fall killed more deer than those using vertical bows, according to preliminary 2017-'18 harvest data from the Department of Natural Resources. In addition, the combined crossbow and archery buck harvest set a state record for antlered deer killed with bows. Both events, though milestones, are not a surprise and represent a continuation of trends in Wisconsin and other states.
KENOSHA - Mother Nature had arranged an impressive welcome party Monday morning in the Kenosha harbor. Pink light blossomed in the eastern sky over Lake Michigan while a southwesterly breeze ushered in 38-degree air. After a string of bitterly cold days, the weather felt T-shirt worthy to winter-hardened Wisconsinites. RELATED: Snapshot Wisconsin expands into eight more countiesBut the cherries on the cake for our group of anglers came from beneath the harbor's ice.
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