Almost ideal conditions for opening weekend; deer not moving as much
The only element lacking was snow for tracking, otherwise hunters had cold but nearly ideal hunting conditions for the opening of the 2008 Wisconsin regular nine-day deer hunting season.
Temperatures were below zero in northern Wisconsin when the season opened at 30 minutes before sunrise Saturday, but temperatures got higher throughout the day and most areas of the state reported it was a near ideal opening day.
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