Hunting is a tradition for many Wisconsin families, but imagine taking your eight-year-old son or daughter deer hunting for the first time. That's the idea of a bill moving through the state Legislature.
Republican Rep. Scott Gunderson of Waterford is worried kids are losing interest in hunting, so he says they should be hunting at a younger age eight instead of the current age of 12.
But opponents say eight-year-olds don't have the ability to handle guns.
Gunderson's bill has already passed the state assembly, and needs to be approved by the state senate and Gov. Jim Doyle before it can become law.