“Have any favorite Wisconsin hunting spots? Where?”
Josh Sitton: Three Lakes.
Ryan Pickett: Just north of Green Bay.
John Kuhn: I tried to go once here, but it was my rookie year and I had absolutely no idea where I was.
Bryan Bulaga: Way up by the northern border of Wisconsin and Michigan.
Clay Matthews: Anywhere anyone lets me go with them!
Mason Crosby: Little Suamico for bird hunting.
Here is more on hunting in Wisconsin, provided by WI Tourism:
On the hunt for fun? Wisconsin’s 5 million acres of public hunting land provide ample opportunity for outdoor enthusiasts to bring home trophy white-tailed deer, waterfowl, pheasants, small game, and even black bear. Why hunt in Wisconsin? The state is exceptionally suited for hunting because of its diverse terrain. The mix of forests, grasslands, prairies, wetlands, and lakes provides a variety of habitats for wildlife, making each hunting experience different and unforgettable.
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