TPWD Aggressively Tracking and Prosecuting Poachers

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TPWD Aggressively Tracking and Prosecuting Poachers

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Post by puma guy » Sun Jan 07, 2018 12:12 pm

I couldn't decide where to put this. It didn't fit in "Hunting Photos" since it's about crimes; if it doesn't fit here Mods please move. I love the punishment given to Drinnon. Reminds me of the creative sentences Congressman Ted Poe handed out when he was a judge. I think I'd have banned him for life from hunting. The first link is about Drinnon and the second is from TPWD about him and two others. Poachers steal from everybody, it's not like robbing a single victim. Glad they caught the scum bags. :thumbs2:

https://www.fieldandstream.com/poacher- ... ws&src=syn

https://tpwd.texas.gov/newsmedia/releas ... =20171117a
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Re: TPWD Aggressively Tracking and Prosecuting Poachers

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Post by b4aftr » Sun Jan 07, 2018 12:52 pm

Yep the 19 pointer guy is from my home town of Whitesboro. Such a magnificent looking animal. Grayson County has a lot of big bucks and with it being an archery only county, his actions should have earned a steeper sentence IMO.

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