Is it just us, or do too many so-called punishments for game
violations seem a bit wrist-slappy? That is not the case for
leaders of an Oregon deer poaching group that has been seriously
impacting animal numbers in their local area.
Thanks to J.R. Absher, who is one of our Outdoor News
bloggers, and his Outdoor Pressroom, we learned of the case against
Rory and Shane Donoho. The father and son have had their hunting
privileges taken away for life, must begin a
90-day prison stay at the beginning of each of the next four Oregon
deer seasons, pay fines totaling $62,000, and more, including
speaking to Boy Scout troops and hunting groups about their
The whole story is worth reading, in the Register-Guard
newspaper, by clicking here.