In Wisconsin, more and more women taking up deer hunting

The number of registered female hunters has been rising in the past few years, and the Wisconsin DNR expects the trend will continue.
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The number of registered female hunters has been rising in the past few years, and the Wisconsin DNR expects the trend will continue.

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