Hunters ready their guns for Wisconsin deer season


November 24, 2020

Charity Smith/Daily Globe

Matt Tennis, of Slinger, Wis., helps his son Payton, 11, sight-in his gun on Friday afternoon during the Northwoods Wildlife and Wetlands Club"s Sight-in Day. This will be Payton"s first deer hunting season, Matt Tennis said, "We came (to the event) to provide him with a combination of sighting and a little practice."


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MERCER, Wis. - Hunters gathered at the Northwoods Wildlife and Wetlands Club on Friday to sight-in their guns in preparation for deer season which began in Wisconsin on Saturday.

Sight-in Day is a free annual event held by the club to give hunters the opportunity to ready their guns for the nine-day gun deer hunting season.

"This is where you go to hunt (Mercer Area)," said Pete Wetzler, vice president of the NWWC. "It"s a nice service that is provided here, because they get to get away from their busy week and get up here in time for hunting so...

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