30 years ago, a friend of mine used to hunt trophy bucks and turkeys at White Oak Plantation in Alabama. One year he took another guy along, that had bugged him for years to go down there.
That feller wasn't a particularly bright lad and not much of a deer hunter. Don't think he'd ever killed a buck in PA, by that time and had hunted here for 20 years? Year or two after the Alabama trip, he paid to shoot a buck with a rifle at a fenced operation, then tried to pass it off as a PA archery kill.
When a DWCO I know investigated, the poor schmuck had to produce the invoice from the pay to hunt place and was cited for falsely using his PA archery tag. DWCO said that touched off "a fierce domestic dispute" as he was leaving, when the guy's wife found out what it had cost to kill that buck.
Anyhow, about the third or fourth day at White Oak, the doofus decided to take his doe, which was available for a fee, since he hadn't managed to get a buck yet. So he shoots at a doe running past his stand at maybe 30 yards (multiple other doe in the same bunch), kills two doe with one shot.
Manager of the place assessed him a penalty for killing the second doe, based on the fact the guy was shooting a 7mm Rem Mag and "as an experienced hunter" - should've known the round was more than capable of passing thru one deer and killing the other one at that short distance. He was also informed he was no longer welcome to come there to hunt again.
People can do some might strange things, when it comes to hunting seasons.