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KS: Kansas hunting guide pleads to criminal hunting

August 2, 2013

From Salina.com

HUTCHINSON, Kan. (AP) -- Hunting guide Adam Gilkeyhas pleaded no contest to criminal hunting charges, admitting that he took hunters and a television crew onto property he didn't have permission to hunt.
 
Gilkey was leading a group of eight hunters, including two men who host the show "American Birdhunter," which airs on the Outdoor Channel.  The group was hunting a field when the land owner called state wildlife officials to say he hadn't given them permission to be on his land.

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