Check the resource above in OP.Going past one is a bit selfish if you ask me.... if you got the tag, a double can be nice i suppose. A third is a bit rediculous.
Without being there or knowing them I'll say this; I'm happy for her to bag a great buck with her own tag and I can understand her father not thinking twice about giving up his buck tag to her. Where I start to question that third buck is where did that tag come from? Obviously there are a million scenarios of how that played out, but clearly someone else from there party got to donate his/her buck tag. Maybe they had previous agreements, if you see a big one knock it down, I dont and will never know. I will say this though, I'd tag a buck for someone else after they burnt up their tag exactly one time without a standing agreement that that would be okay. It wouldnt happen a 2nd time because the second my tag went on that first buck would be the end our hunting career together.
Anyways, I hope she hasnt used up all her mojo at such a young age .
Check the resource story above in OP.
Yeah, I didn't want to be the first person to ask where she got 3 BUCK tags, all at one time, but now that the subject has been broached...
Wisconsin allows party hunting, whereby if you are within ear-shot of other hunters in your group who will arrive to immediately tag a deer you shot, it's fine to shoot several deer in a day. However, this young lady would need to have a good father and a great uncle, or something, to drop three bucks in one sit. From my perspective, I would have been equally impressed if she had contemplated the excess bounty she was being offered and chosen to pass on that third buck. I'd like to think my 13 year-old daughter would do so, anyway.
Check the resource story given above in OP.