Three men cited for fishing violations
BATON ROUGE, La. - A state wildlife and fisheries agent has cited three Louisiana men for recreational fishing violations in Grand Isle.
The agent Thursday cited 53-year-old Donisote Santos, of Chalmette, 43-year-old Jose Goronci, of Metairie, and 49-year-old Jose DiSalva, of Kenner, for taking over the limit of red drum and taking over the limit of red drum in excess of 27 inches.
DiSalva was also cited for not possessing basic or saltwater fishing licenses.
The state Department of Wildlife and Fisheries received a tip from a concerned angler who claimed that three men were fishing over the limit of red drum on the Caminada Pass Bridge in Grand Isle and filling the bed of a white pickup with the fish.
The agent intercepted the truck in Fourchon.
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