A fisherman in Texas has been indicted by a grand jury in Wood County after allegedly pleat a bass’s tail to accommodate weigh-in requirements.
(Wood County Sheriff’s Office)
This angler’s locate was indeed fishy, wildlife officials say.
A fisherman in Texas has been indicted by a grand jury in Wood County after allegedly pleat a bass’s tail to accommodate weigh-in mandate in September’s McDonald Big Bass Splash during Lake Fork, according to a Texas Parks and Wildlife Department.
Terry Keith Long, of Bridgeport, allegedly altered a animal to accommodate fishing regulations during a lake easterly of Dallas, that allows fishermen to keep usually largemouth drum 16 inches and smaller or those 24 inches or longer, according to a department’s website.
Long was after charged with rascal during a freshwater fishing tournament, that is a third-degree transgression in Texas, according to a department. He was afterwards arrested on Friday before being expelled from control after posting $25,000 bond, jail annals show.
Long, who could not be reached for criticism Thursday, was unfit from a contest due to his actions, a mouthpiece for a Texas Parks and Wildlife Department told The Post.
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