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The hunters came from at least 21 states to the deep-cut canyons and Sand Hills of Nebraska to bag trophies for their walls back home.

More than 100 people from states like New York, Wisconsin, Virginia and Utah paid $2,500 to $7,000 to take aim at big bucks, pronghorn antelopes and turkeys, all with the help of Hidden Hills Outfitters near Broken Bow.


Jacob Hueftle, co-owner of Hidden Hills Outfitters, was sentenced to 30 months in federal prison. His company had at least 118 clients, who paid thousands of dollars to hunt in the Sand Hills.


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