I will wait for the evidence. Most guided hunts provide the hunter with a walk in, stalk and harvest. Once the animal is down, usually the guide takes responsibility for field dressing the animal and arranging for proper processing and packaging of the meat. Then shipping it to your home. The hunter/customer signs for the taxidermy service, which is usally local and the guide coordinates everything. That is what they get their fees and tips for.
Lesnar plead guilty to failing to immediately affix a tag, and paid a $1,725 fine.
EDIT: The other two charges were dropped.
The guide, it seems, will be facing all three charges still.
@bodyclumsyninja...was not aware of that. At least he owned up to it and paid his fine. I would expect the guide to get hit harder, as he is supposed to be the professional and monitoring the situation.
I think by living the dream and what he lives for, he's referring to pissing on Canada, not killing deer.Quote:
"Baddest man on the planet. With the horns and about 150 pounds of meat on my back for about 500 feet, living the dream -- this is what I live for,"
What's wrong with the deer in Minnesota? Maybe he's trying to piss on US game laws too.
He should have been given the maximum fine. We don't take kindly to yanks coming up here and fucking with our wildlife conservation laws.
The idiot Lesnar ' lives for ' coming up here and hunting and failing to follow the rules...
Actually, I think he's just referring to being in the great outdoors and killing things for fun. Which is about his speed.