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Canada Hunter fined for shooting deer decoy from inside truck in Warkworth area: MNRF

14:55  09 october  2019
14:55  09 october  2019 Source:   globalnews.ca

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The Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry says in the fall of 2018, conservation officers responded to complaints about unsafe deer hunting practices in the Warkworth area in the Municipality of Trent Hills, about 55 kilometres south of Peterborough.

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In response, the ministry says it conducted a deer decoy operation.

Court heard that on Dec. 5, 2018, officers placed a decoy in an open area off a roadway. That afternoon, a hunter in an eastbound truck on Concession Road pointed a shotgun out of of the driver's side window and fired three shots at the decoy.

Officers arrested the man while he was stopped in front of the decoy and he was charged under the Fish and Wildlife Conservation Act with:

Careless use of a firearm to hunt

Unlawfully discharging a firearm from a vehicle

Hunter deer without a licence

Hunting while trespassing

Using an illegal firearm during a deer hunt

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A Timmins, Ont., man has been fined ,500 for carelessly discharging his firearm down a roadway last October in a decoy hunting sting. Court heard last week that the man stopped his truck and fired two shots from his rifle down Tri Lake Road in the direction of a white-tailed deer decoy on Oct.

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He was subsequently fined $5,000, had his hunting licence suspended for a year and forfeited his shotgun. He will also be required to retake the Ontario Hunter Education Program and pass the exam before he can purchase an Ontario hunting licence again.

"The Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry wants to remind hunters that unsafe practices like shooting on or across a road and having loaded firearms in vehicles pose a serious threat to the public and other hunters," the Ministry stated.

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