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Employment History

Game Warden for the Department

Fish


Parks Game Warden


Web References(12 Total References)


http://www.kfbb.com/news/local/70302417.html

Rod Duty, game warden for the Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks, says the moose was probably shot between Nov. 12 and 14 along the Teton River in the Lewis and Clark National Forest.
The shooting took place about a half mile downstream from the Elko campground. Duty says the bull moose had antlers that measured 30 inches wide.


http://www.kfbb.com/news/state/70313787.html

Rod Duty, game warden for the Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks, says the moose was probably shot between Nov. 12 and 14 along the Teton River in the Lewis and Clark National Forest.
The shooting took place about a half mile downstream from the Elko campground. Duty says the bull moose had antlers that measured 30 inches wide. Rod Duty, game warden for the Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks, says the moose was probably shot between Nov. 12 and 14 along the Teton River in the Lewis and Clark National Forest. The shooting took place about a half mile downstream from the Elko campground. Duty says the bull moose had antlers that measured 30 inches wide.


http://billingsgazette.com/lifestyles/recreation/gazoutdoors/

"They were shot multiple times," said Fish, Wildlife and Parks game warden Rod Duty.


http://billingsgazette.com/lifestyles/recreation/men-convicted-of-poaching-bull-elk/article_d5201414-4fce-5e47-b955-4b09bfbda3bf.html

A ranch employee found the kill site several days after the animals were poached and contacted Fish, Wildlife and Parks game warden Rod Duty.
Duty and a U.S.


http://www.kxlf.com/news/2-men-lose-hunting-privileges-for-trespassing-and-poaching/

A ranch employee found the kill site several days after the animals were poached and contacted FWP Game Warden Rod Duty.
Duty and a U.S.


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