Anything other than standing corn or combined/silage cut corn would be baiting. You can flood standing corn or harvested corn, but the minute you manipulate the corn in any other manner than normal harvest it becomes baited.
sapper35 wrote:Well here it is guys I have always been a water hunter. Never got into the field hunting but I am going to next season. I have a few questions for you guys that I have tried to research but never got the answer I was looking for. I cam across a farm that I can hunt. The farmer is going to let me build a Levi and flood it. How much area should I flood and how deep should I make it. My first idea a was about 10 acres or so and build a Levi about 3 feet or so high n hold 2.5 to 3 feet of water. Just wondering what your thoughts are. My next question is I know I'm going to plant corn for sure and I know you can get corn that the ears grow lower on the stalk. But should I leave the corn standing n then flood it or knock it all down n then flood or leave it up and knock a little bit of it down and should I make the entire are flooded or leave some of it dry just wondering what you all thpugh. I have a good sized river maybe 50 yes from edge of field to flood it so plenty of water and the soil type varies from silty loam to silty clay loam..hope that's ok soil to flood. Thanks for your time
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