HUNTING VIOLATIONS
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CO: Reckless Hunter Found Guilty Thanks To 2 Other Concerned Hunters

May 27, 2017

From Denver.CBSLocal.com

BRECKENRIDGE, CO Mark R. Masker, 48, has been found guilty of hunting in a careless manner after failing to locate wounded game.

Masker had been observed on the National Forest behind Maryland Creek in Summit County, firing 13 shots with a semi-automatic .270 rifle at elk in an indiscriminate fashion.

Masker admitted to Wildlife officers that he had shot the rump of an elk cow, which was on a ridgeline without a clear view of the animal.

Masker was fined $300 and will like not be allowed to hunt in Colorado.


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