Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries enforcement agents cited four men for alleged recreational fishing violations on Oct. 6 in Plaquemines Parish.
Agents cited Roberto A. Escobar, 47, Leonel Escobar, 49, Oliver Banegas, 47, and Franklin Escobar, 18, all of Gretna, for possessing fish without a basic fishing license and saltwater license, possessing undersized black drum, over the limit of black drum, possessing undersized red drum and taking female crabs during a closed season. Leonel Escobar was...
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Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries enforcement agents cited two men for alleged alligator hunting violations in Calcasieu Parish on Sept. 10.
Agents cited Jerryd Tassin, 37, of Marksville, and Hilton Rushing, 37, of Denham Springs, for taking alligators during a closed season. Tassin was alco cited for taking alligators from an unapproved area. Rushing was also cited for taking alligators without a license.
Agents received information about an illegal alligator hunt that took place on...
...Agents issued four citations to three people for hunting with an unplugged shotgun and hunting without