SHAWANO COUNTY - This weekend marks the annual Youth Deer Hunt in Wisconsin.
It's a chance for kids, 10 to 15 years old, to have the deer to themselves.
The rainy weather near Shawano early Saturday afternoon kept many hunters out of the woods.
Some who went out later found some success.
A registration station in Shawano reported it checked in about a dozen deer later in the afternoon.
For the younger hunters it's a great way to get acquainted with the sport.
"I can sit out in the woods with my family and we can spend some time together," said Brett Aimsworth, Shawano.
"This is a chance just for the kids under 16 to go out, and the parents can go there, sit right there with them, show them the right way to do it," said Jim Horne, DNR Conservation Warden.
The Youth Deer Hunt continues Sunday.
The regular gun deer season in Wisconsin opens on November 23rd.
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