Authorities uncover abandoned pot operation in western Wis.

A hunter was prowling for pheasants deep inside the 13,000 acre Tiffany State Wildlife Area in western Wisconsin when he stumbled upon an unexpected, highly valuable find: 2,000 marijuana plant stalks worth about $2 million according to authorities.

Instead of indulging in the offerings, the unidentified citizen alerted the police who arrived shortly thereafter to discover a set-up apparently designed by an Apocalypse Now fan-- rinky dink booby traps surrounded the site, including rat traps and neck-level ropes evidently intended to clothesline egregiously oblvious/blind trespassers.

It's the second pot operation discovered on Wisconsin public land this month, the other being a 8,000 plant uncovered in eastern Wisconsin.