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Hunterís aim at trophy could be backfire

January 25, 2012

By Wes Helbling, Bastrop Daily Enterprise

BASTROP ó A Franklin Parish man who entered his trophy buck in a local competition has been cited for alleged hunting violations and contest fraud.
 
The Louisiana Department of Wildlife & Fisheries announced the charges against Billy W. Jordan, 54, of Winnsboro on Monday. LDWF Enforcement Division agents had received information that Jordan had taken a buck in Catahoula Parish using a .204 caliber rifle -- in violation of state law, which requires that deer can only be taken with a center fire rifle at least .22 caliber or larger.

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