Potential Trouble for Ted in SD

Posted in Extremism, Ted Nugent at 8:23 am by George Smith

Today, Ted Nugent devotes his WaTimes column to deer hunting season.

You can’t do it in France, he adds.

It’s here.

In related news, Nugent is being investigated for another hunting violation. This time in South Dakota, it stems from his conviction on misdemeanor deer-baiting in California.

The Rapid City Journal reports:

State wildlife officials have begun an investigation to
determine whether musician Ted Nugent broke the law when he hunted
pheasants near Hot Springs prior to his Oct. 16 appearance in Rapid

Nugent was featured at a Second Amendment rally sponsored by
Citizens for Liberty, a Rapid City area tea party affiliate. Before
the rally, Nugent shot pheasants and partridge on a hunting
preserve east of Hot Springs, under a special preserve license and

Now there is a question about whether Nugent could legally hunt
in the state, because of his no-contest plea in August to two
counts of misdemeanor big-game violations in California.

The complete article is here.

1 Comment

  1. bonze blayk said,

    October 26, 2010 at 9:36 am

    My own belief here is that Ted should stick to the precept that “the best defense is a good offense”, and push for the modernization of hunting laws…