In central WI, we have the Powder Plant, which is 5000 acres with 8 ft high fence. This was used during both WWI AND WWII to make bullets. I was able to draw a tag to go bowhunting several years back. It was like hunting in a game farm. We would stack the White-tails by walking around old buildings and structures. We seen a lot of deer and had plenty of opportunities, some how I missed twice!!! So as easy as it was to find the deer, hitting the mark was more embrassing! Needless to say I sold that bow and know use a release which is much easier than shooting straight fingers.