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Discussion in 'Waterfowl Hunting' started by Wampuscat, Jan 9, 2017.
It works too well with birds
It works pretty good on all of em
Everything is subjective. Somebody decided deer are less majestic than ducks and turkeys. Then there's doves who are only kinda majestic since you manipulate the crop for them which you can't do with Ducks. Bears? Apparently not so majestic. Elk, so majestic but I don't hunt them so I don't know what the rules are there.
X2 on the working too well
Because if you could bait ducks AND water swat them, "some people's" head would explode.
On a serious note, this issue has always baffled me. You can't bait waterfowl, but you can flood a corn field with a trash pump because it's an agricultural practice? Or any field that has been planted in food; whether it be millet, rice, soybeans, etc. You can't bait turkeys but can bait a deer. Like mentioned above, you can't pour out food for doves but you can plant a field and mow it? It's just never made much sense to me.
Ducks/geese imprint on a specific area. They return with friends. Those friends return with more etc, etc...
Here are a couple videos showing what I mean.
Corn Clubs have legal loopholes... The ducks react the same.
Corn field = mature food plot
It's not like other species don't bring their friends back.
It's a subjective law meant to keep people without honey holes from killing ducks. Plain and simple.
Outlaw it all, or make it all legal.
This made me belly laugh.