February 07, 2014 at 2:21pm
well speaking of outlaws, I believe there is a group of bowhunters from Tensas NWR and live in that area that always talk the talk about how trophy management is needed blah blah blah, and how rifle hunters are bad blah blah blah and several in the group got busted for hunting over bait in a restricted area and night hunting. One even got busted for shooting two bucks in a day...wait for it wait for it...with a rifle! Both were little bucks as well haha! Are these Franklin Parish folk cajun?!
here ya go
Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) Enforcement Division agent and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) officers cited Winnsboro men for allegedly violating multiple regulations on the Tensas River National Wildlife Refuge on Nov. 6.
A LDWF agent and USFWS officers cited Carl Williams, 31, James Fortenberry, 47, and Jonathan Thomas, 32, hunting over a baited area, leaving deer stands unattended and cutting limbs or trees on a federal refuge. Thomas and Williams were also cited for using remote trail cameras on a refuge. Williams was additionally cited for using archery equipment with illegal electronic sights.
LDWF agents had observed the men placing their bait and having their stands and cameras out since early October. On the opening morning of the Tensas Refuge’s archery deer season, Nov. 6, USFWS officers and LDWF agents set up surveillance on the three baited stand locations. The officers and agent apprehended all three subjects shortly after daylight.