Two western Wisconsin men are due in court November 21st after being charged in an illegal deer hunting operation. Forty-eight-year-old Travis Brush of Holmen faces three criminal misdemeanors and 34 citations for allegedly luring wild deer into his captive game farm at Galesville, where hunters could take trophy bucks and other deer year-round. An employee, 61-year-old Randall Hoff of Galesville, is charged with five misdemeanors and 39 citations. The criminal counts include the allowing of unauthorized deer harvests and hunting out of season. The citations include using illegal bait to lure the deer. State Veterinarian Paul McGraw said Brush and Hoff created a potential risk for deer disease by mixing both wild and captive animals.