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Violators make waves on local waters

Stepped up enforcement to target violators

10:08 AM, Jul. 1, 2013
Jason Higgins, a conservation warden with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, checks the fishing licenses of Ket Ongsa, right, his nephew, Kit Ongsa, left, and Ben Bruehl on June 9 as the men fish near the Lake Butte des Morts bridge in Oshkosh.
Jason Higgins, a conservation warden with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, checks the fishing licenses of Ket Ongsa, right, his nephew, Kit Ongsa, left, and Ben Bruehl on June 9 as the men fish near the Lake Butte des Morts bridge in Oshkosh.
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