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MADISON -- All hunters could take part in a special crossbow season each fall, under a bill passed by the Wisconsin Senate Tuesday. It would run at the same time as the traditional bow and arrow season from mid-September through November or early December.
Monona Democrat Mark Miller, who's a bow hunter, cast the only no vote. He said crossbows have the potential to taint the archery season, and he wanted part of the season to be for traditional bow and arrow hunting only.