Seven people have been cited in a crackdown
on using spotlights while hunting in Nebraska.
The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission says Monday that the
seven were ticketed in the St. Paul area for
hunting with the aid of an artificial light.
They were cited during a joint effort by the commission and the
Nebraska State Patrol during the state’s firearm deer season. It
included a patrol plane and heat-detecting equipment to track the
individuals from late Friday into early Saturday.
Other citations were also issued, including no fur harvest
Fines totaled over $2,000.