Two Iota men cited for squirrel-hunting violations
Men allegedly caught with squirrels a month before season opens.
Agents cited 48-year-old Joseph Gary and 54-year-old David Leckelt for hunting squirrels during a closed season, and Leckelt also was cited for hunting without a resident hunting license, the LDWF said.
The citations were written after agents heard shots and observed two subjects walking in a wooded area near Bayou Des Canes shooting squirrels, the agency reported.
Agents made contact with the two subjects and allegedly found six squirrels between the two men, the LDWF news release reads.
Hunting squirrels during a closed season brings a fine between $250 and $500, up to 90 days in jail or both, plus court cost. Hunting without a resident license brings a fine of $50 or up to 15 days in jail.
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