Snafu518 wrote:I don't like baiting. I don't bear hunt, but I think it is weak when people hunt garbage piles for bear. I was watching Hunting 201 with Kim Hicks on OLN. He was hunting monster buck over a feed pile. WEAK!!!! They dumped a 5 gallon bucket of peas or green beans, then covered it with hay to keep the birds out of it. That to me is the same as hunting a salt lick. If people want to plant feed and hunt it, that is one thing. But to dump food and hunt a blind 30 yards away is cheap. We can not hunt standing corn in PA...I think that is a good call.
Pete-pec wrote: Like Woody stated in the past, that is the ammunition that the anti's feed off. Diversity within a group is the key factor in breaking a group apart. We need to stick together, and not make it public even if we don't necessarily agree with a method of hunting. Wings cupped, Pete
If it is legal, not only am I for it, I want to try it.
Snafu518 wrote:I guess I have to over explain myself about this "baiting" issue. First, No I do not hunt standing corn for pheasant. If baiting is legal....fine. This is just my stupid opinion. I just think it is weak. If you are hunting a trail that leads to planted food, OK cool. If you are hunting a 5 gallon bucket of corn in a blind, 30 yards away, the deer come to everyday seems cheap to me. Baited hunts just seem like a "shooting fish in a barrel" situation. If people do it and it is legal, that is cool with me...I just won't do it cuz that is how I feel about it. I understand what a lot of you are saying, I just see it different. And I don't think you are wrong in your opinions, This is just how I feel.
Woodywoodduck wrote:If someone was to hunt ANYTHING Legally and you saw them and did not agree with it, Would you Complain?
I think its the work that you have to put into it is what makes people agree or disagree with itAs for the Topic of Baiting. The PGC Might just as well legalize it! What is the Differance in planting to intice animals to your area, over dumping the Byproducts of the plants?
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