Duluth, MN (KDAL) - A week at Deer Camp in Wisconsin ended on Sunday as the traditional deer hunting season came to an end. Native American Tribes in the Badger State have decided to allow night vision hunting, shooting deer after dark during the longer Indian hunting season. The State DNR says the idea is dangerous. The tribes say the State allows after hours wolf hunting and that their issue is no different.
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