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Nampa man gets hunting privileges revoked for wasting moose

09:33 AM MDT on Wednesday, July 5, 2006

Associated Press

NAMPA -- A Nampa man has been stripped of his hunting privileges for life for wasteful destruction of a trophy bull moose.

Sixty-five-year-old Farrell Johnson pleaded guilty last month to the misdemeanor charge in an Idaho County court.

Prosecutors said Johnson had a valid permit when he shot the bull moose last November, but he violated the law when he left all but about 20 pounds of meat from the moose to rot.

Moose generally yield several hundred pounds of meat.

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