Minnesota conservation officer Don Bozovsky is known as a tough guy on the job, so be careful trying to pull a fast one over on him. Or even a slow one. For instance, take a couple Bozovsky found fishing last week, neither of whom had a valid fishing license. They didn’t have a legitimate excuse (left it in the truck, maybe?) but Bozovsky agreed they had an excuse he had never heard before: “It was the spouses’ first time fishing and, if she liked fishing, they were going to buy their licenses on Monday,” Bozovsky said in his weekly report. He explained to the couple “that’s not how it works” and issued citations to both of them.
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