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Daniel Beach, of the wardens association, said Wyoming should make wildlife violations with a value of over $1,000 a felony.
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Those would include selling illegally killed wildlife, providing false identification or other information to get a license and offering unlicensed guiding and outfitting services.
guys are making thousands, sometimes hundreds of thousands of dollars selling illegal wildlife parts, selling landowner licenses, selling illegal guide services, and making just a ton of money."
Bob Wharff, executive director of Sportsmen for Fish and Wildlife, said his members would support such penalties.
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"We're just basically trying to do that so we don't have to piecemeal regulations and current statutes together to try to charge people for wildlife crimes," Beach said. "Especially at a level where these Discount Nike Cortez
Wyoming game wardens are pushing state lawmakers to make some game violations felonies, arguing that poachers face minimal fines while at times making hundreds of thousands of dollars off illegally taken wildlife.
"If you're a criminal, why wouldn't you break the law?" Beach said. "It all goes back to risk and reward. That's why we're trying to get it at the felony level."
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Rep. Sam Krone, R Cody, said he plans to sponsor the legislation if the committee won't push it.
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But Wharff said the illegal outfitting portion of the bill must be carefully crafted so it doesn't snag Wyoming residents who take out of state friends and relatives hunting in the state. Passionate views, pointed criticism and critical thinking are welcome. Name calling, crude language and personal abuse are not welcome. Moderators will monitor comments with an eye toward maintaining a high level of civility in this forum. Our comment policy explains the rules of the road for registered commenters.
Krone said he expects the legislation will get wide support from Wyoming sportsmen and the public.
The committee directed legislative staffers to draw up a bill on the issue for consideration ahead of next year's general legislative session.
it's all about trophy heads, which can sell for thousands of dollars on the black market, regardless of their origin.
"I don't think there's a huge amount of it going on in Wyoming," Krone said of the illegal wildlife trade. "But the issue is when it does happen, and it's not on the federal government's wildlife and fisheries radar, there's really not much the state can do."
"The wardens association is pushing to get a felony statute at the $1,000 level, which is the same for property damage, theft, check fraud, all that kind of stuff," Beach said.
Modern poaching is big business, Beach said. He said that back in the 1970s and 1980s, poachers were commonly taking animals for their own freezers.
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Wyoming game wardens push for steeper penalties
Earlier this month, Beach addressed members of the Legislature's Joint Travel, Recreation, Wildlife and Cultural Resources Interim Committee in Cheyenne.
Beach said illegal outfitting operations have made hundreds of thousands of dollars, but current state law limits fines against such operators to just a few thousand dollars, if and when they're caught and convicted.
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