A hunt to remember

A series of fortunate events make possible a once-in-a-lifetime hunt for a young man battling cancer


December 8, 2022


Cain (front) with his lion and houndsmen Shad Schloredt (left) and Wayne Pollat (right).

When Cindi and Brandon Baudhuin asked for help to create a unique hunting experience for a 13-year-old boy who is battling a form of bone and soft tissue cancer, a group of local outdoorsmen did not hesitate to answer the call.

As it turned out, fate was also listening in.

Thanks to a series of coincidences, the passionate young hunter was able to take his first lion right here in Crook County.

Oconto River Kids

The Baudhuins volunteer with Oconto River Kids, a Wisconsin-based nonprofit with the sole purpose of providing outdoor activities for kids with life-threatening illnesses. It was...

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