Convicted felons in Wisconsin are not supposed to have guns, and a convict who went deer hunting learned that lesson the hard way. Thirty-four-year-old Travis Schroeder of Bear Creek shot a ten point buck Sunday that the D-N-R confiscated, along with his Ruger .270 deer rifle. He was also arrested for illegally firearm possession by a felon. Outagamie County sheriff’s deputies say they were called to check out a trespassing complaint near Shiocton (shy ock’ton) — and that’s when they saw that Schoreder bagged his buck. It was taken away after officers learned that he was convicted in 2008. Online court records show that he was convicted on three counts of breaking into motor homes while six other charges were dropped in a plea deal.