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Postby alawaddlwhkr13 » March 12th, 2009, 2:53 pm

quick question if its legal to feed as long as all the feed is gone within 10 days before the season starts would you
 
A.feed to get the turkeys on your land
B. feed then hunt right where you feed
C.not feed

LunaSea
 
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RE: feed

Postby LunaSea » March 12th, 2009, 5:21 pm

According to what DNR told me last night, any feed has to be off the ground 10 days prior to hunting, no exceptions.

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RE: feed

Postby silvestris » March 13th, 2009, 3:25 am

What are your neighbors doing?
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alawaddlwhkr13
 
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RE: feed

Postby alawaddlwhkr13 » March 13th, 2009, 4:43 am

raping the land. i just feed within leagal limits to get turkeys on my land

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RE: feed

Postby trkynut54 » March 13th, 2009, 4:58 am

In Pa I believe it's 30 days from the from the 1st day. 
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RE: feed

Postby shaman » March 13th, 2009, 5:30 am

In KY, I think it has to be off the ground starting  March 1.  That means that if the CO finds your corn pile on 3/2 and photographs it and then comes back on 5/2  and finds you close by with your call and your gun, you're toast.  Forget the fact that you went out on 3/3 and vacuumed up everything.
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alawaddlwhkr13
 
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RE: feed

Postby alawaddlwhkr13 » March 13th, 2009, 8:18 am

yea i dont just pile it up i spread 50 lbs over a good area,but ive been feeding my fields since december so where there isnt any corn on the ground theres tons of turkeys on the land.everything legal .even though every turkey i shoot coming off other property lines has a craw full of whole corn

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RE: feed

Postby swpatrkyhunter » March 13th, 2009, 9:16 am

I see no problem with feed being put out to help the birds during winter and to attract them to your hunting ground as long as your not hunting over a pile of feed when season comes in. I put feed out in different areas where I hunt to help the birds during harse winters. But. I limit the amount and frequency so the birds do not come accustomed to relying on the feed. If the birds get used to not having to forge for food it could have a reverse effect. Also. I don't want an unfair advantage. I enjoy the hunt. The areas I put feed are close to State game lands so it benifits everyone who hunts in the area. Not just me. I use cracked corn mixed with Beard Builder and a wildlife feed mix. As resposible Turkey hunters it's not enough to help keep the turkeys healthy during the winter months. We also have to think about whats fair and right. Just the way i look at it.
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RE: feed

Postby tracebusta32 » March 13th, 2009, 10:06 am

I use Reese's pieces from the middle of the feild to my setup [:D]
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RE: feed

Postby mark hay » March 13th, 2009, 1:23 pm

them ol' birds ain't stupid ,,, they know where the food is.
i like to feed 'em lots of big lies from a box , or a flat rock,,,but mostly from a thin latex reed.

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