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LA: 2 French Settlement hunters nabbed for duck hunting along Mississippi River

December 5, 2012

From CallingDucks.com

BATON ROUGE--Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries agents cited two men for migratory game bird (MGB) hunting violations along the Mississippi River in Baton Rouge on Dec. 2.
 
Agents cited Asaad Layous, 28, and Daniel Heckman, 61, for hunting MGB during illegal hours, violating non-toxic shot requirements and hunting ducks without a federal duck stamp. Layous was also cited for hunting MGB with an unplugged gun.
 
Each charge the men were cited with carries a fine from $400 to $950 and up to 120 days in jail for each offense.

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