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Registered: Jan 2010
Location: Yeehaw Junction FL
Originally posted by coondogedog
Is it in Arkansas?
Doesn't seem to be. But then again brother and sister weddings are commonplace in Arkansas.
Feeding and Baiting Wildlife
Baiting is defined as the direct or indirect placing, exposing, depositing, distributing, or scattering of salt, grain, or other feed that could serve as a lure or attraction for wildlife to, on or over any areas where hunters are attempting to take them. It is legal to feed wildlife, with these exceptions:
* Bears may not be fed or baited for any reason, including photography or viewing, unless it is 30 days before bear season through the end of bear season on private land in bear zones 1, 2, 5 and 5A. See Bears.
* Baiting is not allowed on wildlife management areas.
* Migratory birds, wild turkeys, waterfowl or crows may not be hunted over bait if the hunter knows, or should reasonably know, the area is baited.
* An area is considered baited for 10 days following removal of the bait.
* Hunting deer over bait is prohibited Feb. 1-28.
* Alligators may not be hunted over bait.
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