after the crops are harvested - question??

Discussion in 'Goose Hunter Forum' started by stumpknocker, Sep 7, 2005.

  1. stumpknocker

    stumpknocker New Member

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    <P>looking for some clarification on the length of time you must wait to hunt a field after it has been harvested/cut?? bean? corn? hay?</P>
     
  2. Ducksmasher

    Ducksmasher New Member

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    <P>right away if you want, but it would be better to wait a day or two and let the birds get comfortable, this way more birds may join in the feeding frenzy. You can ruin a field fast if you put too much pressure on the birds, you will drive them right out of the area. </P>
     

  3. chessieohio

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    <P>I thought you had to wait 10 days after harvest to be considered not hunting a "baited " field?!?!</P>
     
  4. MR2DUX

    MR2DUX New Member

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    <P>As long as it is a normal agricultural practice and the grain has not been redistributed to the field after being taken off then you are ok. The farmer cant take the grain off and then drag a wagon out there dumping it all over the place. THAT is baiting.</P>