Two U.S. men have been fined a total of $1,500 for hunting
white-tailed deer out of season in the Kenora area. The men, aged 48
and 52, pleaded guilty to the charge under the Fish and Wildlife
Their firearms and tree stands seized by the Crown will be
returned once the fines are paid.
Court heard that a Kenora district conservation officer stopped
the men Oct. 27 as they hunted in an area where there is no deer
season for non-residents.
In a separate Oct. 27 incident, two North Carolina men were fined
a total of $1,000 for trespassing on private property to hunt deer.
Both pleaded guilty to trespassing under the Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Act, and forfeited a harvested deer to the Crown.
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