2023 in Wisconsin was honestly a struggle this year. The biggest acorn crop I've ever seen and a lot of standing crops gave the deer plenty of food everywhere and they didn't have to travel much to feed. The acorn crop was something like I've never seen before and the deer are actually still feeding on acorns as we speak and still don't have to travel far to feed and in return do not have to expose themselves much. Weather was also a big role this year. One of our prime weeks it rained every day othere than the last afternoon of the last day of the hunt that week. Even with all that going on, I still had some troopers in camp all season and all still had good attitudes. We did harvest a few good bucks and my Dad was able to harvest his biggest buck to date during the gun season. I'm working on getting a pretty big new piece of property this year in addition to a new property that I already got at the end of the season that we will start hunting in 2024. With the addition of these properties, we will be busy this spring hanging stands and laying out food plots on these new properties and all of the existing ones. It's January, but I already can't wait for snow to be gone and hit the woods running!!