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IA - Hunter fined $4,200

A North Carolina man pleaded guilty to taking a buck on an antlerless deer only license in Iowa earlier this month and paid $4,200 in fines.

Joseph Doss, 35, of Clemmons was hunting on a nonresident archery license when he harvested a buck on the morning of Nov. 2 in Monona County. Doss confessed during an interview with Iowa Department of Natural Resources conservation officers, according to a report from the Iowa Department of Natural Resources.

In addition to the fine, Doss also forfeited his archery equipment valued at $800.

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