Study says Wisconsin gets good chunk of hunting and fishing dollars
There's big money in hunting and fishing. A new report says Wisconsin gets a good share of it.
The National Shooting Sports Foundation and the Congressional Sportsmen's Foundation reports hunters and anglers spend an average of $8.6 million a day in the Badger State.
That's $3.1 billion each year. That total includes everything from travel and lodging to license fees, guns and fishing poles.