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Hunter flaunts that he's breaking the law

December 8, 2011

From ChicagoTirbune.com

DEERFIELD TOWNSHIP, Mich.

Here's some advice for hunters who don't follow the law: Don't wear a hat that promotes breaking it.

During the traditional deer season last month, state conservation officer Jeremy Payne stopped a pickup truck with two hunters in central Michigan's Isabella County.

They were from Maine, and one of the hunters was wearing a cap that said, "Registered Maine Poacher."

Payne checked their guns and paperwork and found that the Mainers were illegally hunting with Michigan resident licenses, a savings of more $100 each. The officer later found two deer that had been killed illegally.

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