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Nugent Takes Responsibility For Deer Baiting

06:01 AM Thursday 8/19/10 | |

Ted Nugent says he should have been better informed about California game laws after pleading no contest to misdemeanor charges of deer-baiting.

Nugent said on his website Wednesday that he takes full responsibility for the hunting incident televised on a February episode of his Outdoor Channel hunting show.

California game wardens watching the show saw Nugent kill an immature buck during the hunt in Northern California. Investigators found that the deer had been eating bait before being killed.

Baiting wildlife is illegal in California.

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Nugent pleaded no contest last week to baiting the deer and not having a properly signed hunting tag. A Yuba County Superior Court judge ordered Nugent to pay a $1,750 fine.


Comments

  1. Sailor Jon wrote:

    05:41 AM, Aug 20, 2010

    Ted Nugant,  Still trying to find short cuts, in the 60s when he got his draft notice didn't he convince the army doctors he was mentally deficient by soiling himself? Not that I begrudge anyone avoiding the draft but go to Canada or Sweden like a stand up person, and more importantly don't become a big time hawk later when it is safe

  2. Sailor Jon wrote:

    05:41 AM, Aug 20, 2010

    Ted Nugant,  Still trying to find short cuts, in the 60s when he got his draft notice didn't he convince the army doctors he was mentally deficient by soiling himself? Not that I begrudge anyone avoiding the draft but go to Canada or Sweden like a stand up person, and more importantly don't become a big time hawk later when it is safe

  3. Sailor Jon wrote:

    05:40 AM, Aug 20, 2010

    Ted Nugant,  Still trying to find short cuts, in the 60s when he got his draft notice didn't he convince the army doctors he was mentally deficient by soiling himself? Not that I begrudge anyone avoiding the draft but go to Canada or Sweden like a stand up person, and more importantly don't become a big time hawk later when it is safe

  4. rdjr1984 wrote:

    08:52 PM, Aug 19, 2010

    He's the worlds biggest a$$ Hole!!!

  5. rdjr1984 wrote:

    08:49 PM, Aug 19, 2010

    F@#K Ted Nuget, he's an ***!!! Saw him in 2006, or 2007, I forget exactly, but is was at the Umatilla County Fair in Hermiston Oregon, and it SUCKED BIG BALLS!!

  6. Studebaker Hawk wrote:

    02:20 PM, Aug 19, 2010

     its illegal to bait a deer but not kill an immature buck?

  7. tikigrzz wrote:

    07:58 AM, Aug 19, 2010

    smart guy choosing no contest



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