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Louisiana: Fishermen Cited In Federal Waters

Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Enforcement
Division agents cited four men on Aug. 15 and two men on Aug. 16
for alleged fisheries violations in federal waters.

On Aug. 15, agents cited Larry Minor III, 23, of Fairhope, Ala.,
Jeffery Copeland, 42, of Mobile, Ala., Wayne Guidry, 34, of
Marrero, and Jason Chauvin, 41, of Baton Rouge, for failing to have
saltwater finfish intact and possessing red snapper during a closed
season.

On Aug. 16, agents cited Richard Britton, 48, of Pickens, S.C.,
and Brian Loupe, 30, of Morgan City for possessing red snapper
during a closed season.

Agents seized 153 red snapper, shark and blue fish filets on the
Aug. 15 case and for the Aug. 16 case seized 70 red snapper filets
and a 17-inch red snapper.

Agents participating in the cases were Sgts. Travis Huval and
Brian Theriot, Senior Agents Donnie Bozeman and David Boudreaux,
and Agent Brandon Fontenot.

The penalties for taking red snapper during a closed season are
fines between $100 and $350, or up to 60 days in jail, or both plus
court costs. Failing to have saltwater finfish intact are fines
between $250 and $500, or up to 90 days in jail, or both plus court
costs.

For more information, contact Adam Einck at
aeinck@wlf.la.gov.

 

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