abc
QUICK LINKS:

Wisconsin Hunter Gets Buck in First Hours of Season

Updated: 11/24/2013 8:52 AM
Created: 11/23/2013 4:59 PM WDIO.com

Saturday was Wisconsin's deer hunting opener, and Joe Gotelaere bagged his buck early.

Gotelaere said he's glad to get one so early in the season. He saw four does from his stand Saturday morning, but he waited for the prize to come walking out a few minutes later.

"I was in my tree by a quarter to 6, and he came out about 8:10, so I wasn't there that long but it was still cold," Gotelaere said. "If it's cool, they'll move too, you know. It's just being in the right spot is all it amounts to, and I just was lucky that he was tagging along with those does."

Gotelaere said he's had enough of that cold weather. Now that he has his deer, he's done for the season.

Front Page

  • Industrial Fire Causes Severe Damage to Superior Building

    Eyewitness News caught the scene of a hefty industrial fire around 11 p.m. Thursday night. The Superior Fire Dept. says the blaze was found inside a large metal building owned by AA Roll Off Service Inc. Damages are estimated at $250,000. 

  • Special Report: Over the Limit, Under Arrest

    A DWI... as many as 1 in 7 drivers have one. They also have a record... and the price tag to prove it. What will a DWI cost you?

  • Adrian Peterson (archive photo) Peterson Says 'Fresh Start' Might Be Best

    Peterson tells the USA Today that he has strong support from coaches and players on the Vikings. But he also spoke about other people within the organization who aren't on his side. He tells the newspaper that it might be best "to get a fresh start somewhere else."

  • Duluth Airport Opens Enclosed Parking Garage, Skyway

    Travelers used to parking outdoors at the Duluth International Airport are in for a change starting Friday morning when a new 4-level parking garage and glass-enclosed connecting skyway opens.  Chilly temperatures in the Northland are exactly the kind of weather that has travelers excited...

     

  • PolyMet: What We're Working on Now

    While the public waits for regulators to finish the environmental review for PolyMet, the company is keeping busy as well.

 
Advertisement