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#2970291 - 10/05/12 08:12 PM Corn Pile Hunter
Hickory Nut
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Ran across this scene a couple weeks ago while squirrel hunting.

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#2970301 - 10/05/12 08:17 PM Re: Corn Pile Hunter [Re: Hickory Nut]
monsterbuck07
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Did you report it?
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#2970305 - 10/05/12 08:20 PM Re: Corn Pile Hunter [Re: monsterbuck07]
DntBrnDPig
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Whose land are you on?
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#2970308 - 10/05/12 08:22 PM Re: Corn Pile Hunter [Re: DntBrnDPig]
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nice trophy rock
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#2970319 - 10/05/12 08:28 PM Re: Corn Pile Hunter [Re: Deer Assassin]
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It is funny that Wal-Mart is stocked up with "deer corn" right when season starts. My guy at Williamson County Co-op said they sold out of corn the weekend bow season started. I just don't understand why someone feels proud of killing something over a pile of corn. If they are desperate to feed themselves or their family I would be happy to take them hunting or kill one and give to them. My neighbor had piles everywhere a couple years ago and an automatic feeder. I put a stop to that quick.
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#2970322 - 10/05/12 08:32 PM Re: Corn Pile Hunter [Re: ]
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 Originally Posted By: Dawson
I just don't understand why someone feels proud of killing something over a pile of corn. If they are desperate to feed themselves or their family I would be happy to take them hunting or kill one and give to them.
X2! It would be funny if thats a corn field behind him!
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#2970327 - 10/05/12 08:37 PM Re: Corn Pile Hunter [Re: timberjack86]
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Just maybe they are not bow hunting. The stand appears to have just been put up and they are trying to see if any deer ARe in the area or wanting to get the trophy rock going.
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#2970330 - 10/05/12 08:39 PM Re: Corn Pile Hunter [Re: ]
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 Originally Posted By: Dawson
It is funny that Wal-Mart is stocked up with "deer corn" right when season starts. My guy at Williamson County Co-op said they sold out of corn the weekend bow season started. I just don't understand why someone feels proud of killing something over a pile of corn. If they are desperate to feed themselves or their family I would be happy to take them hunting or kill one and give to them. My neighbor had piles everywhere a couple years ago and an automatic feeder. I put a stop to that quick.



probably people who dont bowhunt using it to take inventory of their bucks before real hunting begins. i am putting out 200 pounds more tomorrow
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#2970333 - 10/05/12 08:40 PM Re: Corn Pile Hunter [Re: redblood]
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I think your definition of "real hunting" may slightly differ from mine. If you would take the time to scout you would see that oak trees are preferred over corn right now. You don't have to waste $40 that way.

Edited by Dawson (10/05/12 08:42 PM)

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#2970335 - 10/05/12 08:45 PM Re: Corn Pile Hunter [Re: ]
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i think if he was a bowhunter, he wouldnt be a huge obvious ladder stand, at that low of a height
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#2970338 - 10/05/12 08:46 PM Re: Corn Pile Hunter [Re: redblood]
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I have been wide open only 12 feet up a tree and had plenty in bow range. That isn't a very logical statement.
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#2970341 - 10/05/12 08:48 PM Re: Corn Pile Hunter [Re: ]
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 Originally Posted By: Dawson
I think your definition of "real hunting" may slightly differ from mine. If you would take the time to scout you would see that oak trees are preferred over corn right now. You don't have to waste $40 that way.


no reason to trample and scent up my woods. i purchased this property, locked the gate and will let the corn roll till rifle or till 10 days of before rifle.


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#2970345 - 10/05/12 08:51 PM Re: Corn Pile Hunter [Re: redblood]
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Awfully difficult to exceed expectations without proper scouting. Hoping they will come to where those corn piles are/were isn't very promising.
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#2970350 - 10/05/12 08:56 PM Re: Corn Pile Hunter [Re: ]
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 Originally Posted By: Dawson
Awfully difficult to exceed expectations without proper scouting. Hoping they will come to where those corn piles are/were isn't very promising.



they are located on the edges of secluded food plots (oak, wheat, brassicas, turnip, clover) on the lincoln county line, in fields crawling with uneducated/unharrased does. I will take my chances
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#2970360 - 10/05/12 09:02 PM Re: Corn Pile Hunter [Re: redblood]
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You would think they would find a sturdier tree to put there stand lol what part of Lawrence co. You from?
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#2970365 - 10/05/12 09:06 PM Re: Corn Pile Hunter [Re: redblood]
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 Originally Posted By: redblood
i think if he was a bowhunter, he wouldnt be a huge obvious ladder stand, at that low of a height



yep with a shooting rail. that is no bowhunter
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#2970368 - 10/05/12 09:06 PM Re: Corn Pile Hunter [Re: redblood]
rem270
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So im not getting this story... You were squirrel hunting and came across this stand? Is this your property and someone has a stand on your property? Or are you hunting on someone elses property?
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#2970374 - 10/05/12 09:11 PM Re: Corn Pile Hunter [Re: ]
redblood
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 Originally Posted By: Dawson
I have been wide open only 12 feet up a tree and had plenty in bow range. That isn't a very logical statement.


most people are not bow hunting at 12 foot
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#2970385 - 10/05/12 09:14 PM Re: Corn Pile Hunter [Re: redblood]
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 Originally Posted By: redblood
 Originally Posted By: Dawson
Awfully difficult to exceed expectations without proper scouting. Hoping they will come to where those corn piles are/were isn't very promising.



they are located on the edges of secluded food plots (oak, wheat, brassicas, turnip, clover) on the lincoln county line, in fields crawling with uneducated/unharrased does. I will take my chances
Then why do you need corn to get pics? There are bound to be trails and routes they are following.

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#2970388 - 10/05/12 09:16 PM Re: Corn Pile Hunter [Re: redblood]
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 Originally Posted By: redblood
 Originally Posted By: redblood
i think if he was a bowhunter, he wouldnt be a huge obvious ladder stand, at that low of a height



yep with a shooting rail. that is no bowhunter

All of my ladder stands have shooting rails and I bowhunt out of them. Once again, I have to question your logic?

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#2970396 - 10/05/12 09:17 PM Re: Corn Pile Hunter [Re: redblood]
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 Originally Posted By: redblood
i think if he was a bowhunter, he wouldnt be a huge obvious ladder stand, at that low of a height
That is a 16' ladder stand at minimum.

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#2970412 - 10/05/12 09:26 PM Re: Corn Pile Hunter [Re: rem270]
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 Originally Posted By: rem270
So im not getting this story... You were squirrel hunting and came across this stand? Is this your property and someone has a stand on your property? Or are you hunting on someone elses property?
answer????
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#2970420 - 10/05/12 09:32 PM Re: Corn Pile Hunter [Re: Mudbone]
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Pefectly legal if he isn't hunting it
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#2970432 - 10/05/12 09:37 PM Re: Corn Pile Hunter [Re: ]
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You are correct rem270. I was squirrel hunting and came across this scene. I was hunting a piece of property I have permission to hunt on. I was taking a short-cut back to the truck and crossing someone else's field. I don't know the owner. I thought the whole thing looked odd. A new stand put up in an obvious place, a big pile of corn with a trophy rock in the middle of it, 20 feet from the stand. It was the weekend before the archery season opened. My first notion was that someone was trying to bait deer. I thought I would put this photo up on thi site and see what comments from other deer hunters would be.
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#2970442 - 10/05/12 09:45 PM Re: Corn Pile Hunter [Re: ]
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 Originally Posted By: Dawson
 Originally Posted By: redblood
 Originally Posted By: Dawson
Awfully difficult to exceed expectations without proper scouting. Hoping they will come to where those corn piles are/were isn't very promising.



they are located on the edges of secluded food plots (oak, wheat, brassicas, turnip, clover) on the lincoln county line, in fields crawling with uneducated/unharrased does. I will take my chances
Then why do you need corn to get pics? There are bound to be trails and routes they are following.


for positioning. why do you care, if people are not hunting over it. TWRA dont.
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#2970444 - 10/05/12 09:46 PM Re: Corn Pile Hunter [Re: Hickory Nut]
redblood
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 Originally Posted By: Hickory Nut
You are correct rem270. I was squirrel hunting and came across this scene. I was hunting a piece of property I have permission to hunt on. I was taking a short-cut back to the truck and crossing someone else's field. I don't know the owner. I thought the whole thing looked odd. A new stand put up in an obvious place, a big pile of corn with a trophy rock in the middle of it, 20 feet from the stand. It was the weekend before the archery season opened. My first notion was that someone was trying to bait deer. I thought I would put this photo up on thi site and see what comments from other deer hunters would be.


lol. i think trespasssing is a more serious offense than baiting
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#2970446 - 10/05/12 09:49 PM Re: Corn Pile Hunter [Re: ]
redblood
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 Originally Posted By: Dawson
I have been wide open only 12 feet up a tree and had plenty in bow range. That isn't a very logical statement.



scared of heights?
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#2970447 - 10/05/12 09:49 PM Re: Corn Pile Hunter [Re: Hickory Nut]
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 Originally Posted By: Hickory Nut
You are correct rem270. I was squirrel hunting and came across this scene. I was hunting a piece of property I have permission to hunt on. I was taking a short-cut back to the truck and crossing someone else's field. I don't know the owner. I thought the whole thing looked odd. A new stand put up in an obvious place, a big pile of corn with a trophy rock in the middle of it, 20 feet from the stand. It was the weekend before the archery season opened. My first notion was that someone was trying to bait deer. I thought I would put this photo up on thi site and see what comments from other deer hunters would be.


Im sure your a good, honest person but whether i was legal or not i'd be one pissed off person if you posted a pic of my stand when you didnt have permission to be on my property. You might want to delete this post. You just admitted to tresspassing and not knowing the owner
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#2970496 - 10/05/12 10:21 PM Re: Corn Pile Hunter [Re: rem270]
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This is classic......Maybe baiting....more than likely definitely trespassing. Good stuff!

Edited by monsterbuck07 (10/05/12 10:22 PM)
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#2970573 - 10/06/12 12:09 AM Re: Corn Pile Hunter [Re: ]
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 Originally Posted By: Dawson
It is funny that Wal-Mart is stocked up with "deer corn" right when season starts. My guy at Williamson County Co-op said they sold out of corn the weekend bow season started. I just don't understand why someone feels proud of killing something over a pile of corn. If they are desperate to feed themselves or their family I would be happy to take them hunting or kill one and give to them. My neighbor had piles everywhere a couple years ago and an automatic feeder. I put a stop to that quick.


same with the folks that hunt over foodplots acorns persimmions

all bait howbeit legal bait but still bait
buck bombs and tink 69 bait

i dont see how people that use the above feel proud

luring a buck in thinking he will get a hot doe instead a lead sammwich
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#2970580 - 10/06/12 12:38 AM Re: Corn Pile Hunter [Re: Deer Assassin]
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 Originally Posted By: Deer Assassin
 Originally Posted By: Dawson
It is funny that Wal-Mart is stocked up with "deer corn" right when season starts. My guy at Williamson County Co-op said they sold out of corn the weekend bow season started. I just don't understand why someone feels proud of killing something over a pile of corn. If they are desperate to feed themselves or their family I would be happy to take them hunting or kill one and give to them. My neighbor had piles everywhere a couple years ago and an automatic feeder. I put a stop to that quick.


same with the folks that hunt over foodplots acorns persimmions

all bait howbeit legal bait but still bait
buck bombs and tink 69 bait

i dont see how people that use the above feel proud

luring a buck in thinking he will get a hot doe instead a lead sammwich
Yeah, kinda like shooting one in a turnip patch. There is a huge difference in planting food sources and using natural food sources rather than pouring out a bag of corn. I am sure you feel pride in shooting your big buck in a garden.


Edited by Dawson (10/06/12 12:39 AM)

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#2970590 - 10/06/12 01:11 AM Re: Corn Pile Hunter [Re: ]
redblood
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 Originally Posted By: Dawson
 Originally Posted By: Deer Assassin
 Originally Posted By: Dawson
It is funny that Wal-Mart is stocked up with "deer corn" right when season starts. My guy at Williamson County Co-op said they sold out of corn the weekend bow season started. I just don't understand why someone feels proud of killing something over a pile of corn. If they are desperate to feed themselves or their family I would be happy to take them hunting or kill one and give to them. My neighbor had piles everywhere a couple years ago and an automatic feeder. I put a stop to that quick.


same with the folks that hunt over foodplots acorns persimmions

all bait howbeit legal bait but still bait
buck bombs and tink 69 bait

i dont see how people that use the above feel proud

luring a buck in thinking he will get a hot doe instead a lead sammwich
Yeah, kinda like shooting one in a turnip patch. There is a huge difference in planting food sources and using natural food sources rather than pouring out a bag of corn. I am sure you feel pride in shooting your big buck in a garden.


so now a turnip green patch is cheating in your book? are all species of oak or only ones you approve of.what about farms that dont have oaks?


Edited by redblood (10/06/12 01:11 AM)
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#2970675 - 10/06/12 06:31 AM Re: Corn Pile Hunter [Re: redblood]
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My guess on the subject is that this hunter and many many others are just procrastinators. The put it off till they hear there bow hunting buddy talking about the deer he saw bow hunting and they say crap season has started already I need to get a few stands up and get some pics so I'm ready by the time gun season comes around. Just a guess.
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#2970706 - 10/06/12 07:09 AM Re: Corn Pile Hunter [Re: monsterbuck07]
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I dont care what Joe Smoe does on HIS own property. He wants to bait then thats on him. It will be him paying for it not me. We can debate the "ethics" of baiting till the end of time, and never see eye to eye. But if you are trepassing well that pretty cut and dry there.
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#2970757 - 10/06/12 08:07 AM Re: Corn Pile Hunter [Re: monsterbuck07]
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 Originally Posted By: monsterbuck07
Did you report it?
nobody in the stand,no laws broken

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#2970872 - 10/06/12 10:25 AM Re: Corn Pile Hunter [Re: Hickory Nut]
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 Originally Posted By: Hickory Nut
You are correct rem270. I was squirrel hunting and came across this scene. I was hunting a piece of property I have permission to hunt on. I was taking a short-cut back to the truck and crossing someone else's field. I don't know the owner. I thought the whole thing looked odd. A new stand put up in an obvious place, a big pile of corn with a trophy rock in the middle of it, 20 feet from the stand. It was the weekend before the archery season opened. My first notion was that someone was trying to bait deer. I thought I would put this photo up on thi site and see what comments from other deer hunters would be.



The only one breaking the law is you mr,.trespasserHickorynut.You even admitted to tresspassing.Now you assume someone is baiting deer???and Illegally hunting over bait..It is not illegal to bait deer, you guys do it all year long, just illegal to hunt over bait..Just what we need another corn police/hunter who breaks the law himself.......
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#2970879 - 10/06/12 10:28 AM Re: Corn Pile Hunter [Re: TRIGGER]
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 Originally Posted By: TRIGGER
My guess on the subject is that this hunter and many many others are just procrastinators. The put it off till they hear there bow hunting buddy talking about the deer he saw bow hunting and they say crap season has started already I need to get a few stands up and get some pics so I'm ready by the time gun season comes around. Just a guess.



yep
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#2970880 - 10/06/12 10:30 AM Re: Corn Pile Hunter [Re: ]
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 Originally Posted By: Dawson
 Originally Posted By: Deer Assassin
 Originally Posted By: Dawson
It is funny that Wal-Mart is stocked up with "deer corn" right when season starts. My guy at Williamson County Co-op said they sold out of corn the weekend bow season started. I just don't understand why someone feels proud of killing something over a pile of corn. If they are desperate to feed themselves or their family I would be happy to take them hunting or kill one and give to them. My neighbor had piles everywhere a couple years ago and an automatic feeder. I put a stop to that quick.


same with the folks that hunt over foodplots acorns persimmions

all bait howbeit legal bait but still bait
buck bombs and tink 69 bait

i dont see how people that use the above feel proud

luring a buck in thinking he will get a hot doe instead a lead sammwich
Yeah, kinda like shooting one in a turnip patch. There is a huge difference in planting food sources and using natural food sources rather than pouring out a bag of corn. I am sure you feel pride in shooting your big buck in a garden.


Just wondering why turnips would be any different than chickory?
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#2970890 - 10/06/12 10:39 AM Re: Corn Pile Hunter [Re: wayne]
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I wondered when this thread would show up...don't you guys get tired of beating this bait/non-bait thing over the head every year? Nothing will be resolved except some snide remarks...Bottom line, if it's legal, on your own land, nobody's business..Let's move on...
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#2970972 - 10/06/12 12:41 PM Re: Corn Pile Hunter [Re: Coach]
rem270
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 Originally Posted By: Coach
I wondered when this thread would show up...don't you guys get tired of beating this bait/non-bait thing over the head every year? Nothing will be resolved except some snide remarks...Bottom line, if it's legal, on your own land, nobody's business..Let's move on...


I dont care about the cornpile. Heck i got one out in Ky and see nothing wrong with it. I want to know about him taking a shortcut across the property and not knowing who owns the land.
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#2970983 - 10/06/12 12:49 PM Re: Corn Pile Hunter [Re: ]
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 Originally Posted By: Dawson
I have been wide open only 12 feet up a tree and had plenty in bow range. That isn't a very logical statement.


Very true, I hunt a 9 1/2ft homemade ladderstand and they walk right under me and nvr look up... The deer I hunt don't fear men in trees though because these deer aren't hunted by anyone but me on 800 acres. I don't know about public land though.
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#2970991 - 10/06/12 12:59 PM Re: Corn Pile Hunter [Re: lung punch]
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Great tag line, Lung Punch!
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#2971105 - 10/06/12 04:25 PM Re: Corn Pile Hunter [Re: Hickory Nut]
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Isnt it getting old seeing somebody cry about someone using corn to get pics of deer or any other use they wanna use it for! Then some guy who obviously is nothing but a hypocrite considering he's worried about some other guy using bait to attract deer but its no problem for him to wonder across another mans property so he dont have to walk as far.... im pretty sure the law states a man may not hunt over bait or anywhere there has been bait in the last ten days so unless the corn pile you find has a man sitting above it then shut the **** up! This place is really becoming where people do nothing but complain about what someone else is doing .. if you dont agree with it shut up and just dont do it ... i personally put out 250 pounds of corn every two weeks from july into bow season that doesnt mean i sit perched above it ready to shoot anything that crosses my path! The best part about it is one of the people on here crying about corn has uploaded numerous yearling does they have shot the last couple years! How ethical is that? Not to offend anyone that does shoot young deer for the meat but dont complain about the way somebody hunts when im sure there are plenty of things you do that dont seem right to just as many hunters!
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#2971147 - 10/06/12 04:55 PM Re: Corn Pile Hunter [Re: TallTimber]
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#2971282 - 10/06/12 07:35 PM Re: Corn Pile Hunter [Re: WestTn Huntin'man]
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I don't think it's anyone on here's business what this man does on his property and my friend you should be punched in in the gut for trespassing on this mans property and posting a picture of something on his property without his permission. If people would just stay out of other people's business they'd be a lot better off and IMO if someone wants to kill a deer over corn is their business, if they can feel good about themselves after then let them live with it.
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#2971420 - 10/06/12 10:03 PM Re: Corn Pile Hunter [Re: Beardendy88]
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Lots of estrogen floating around in this thread. Some of you need yo get back to watching lifetime.
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#2971691 - 10/07/12 10:13 AM Re: Corn Pile Hunter [Re: ]
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 Originally Posted By: Dawson
My neighbor had piles everywhere a couple years ago and an automatic feeder. I put a stop to that quick.


And how did you run across his corn piles??
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#2971697 - 10/07/12 10:27 AM Re: Corn Pile Hunter [Re: Rockhound]
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All I know is this: "Corn Pile Hunter" and "Corn Pile Hater" are two great screen names and both are currently available \:D
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#2971722 - 10/07/12 10:57 AM Re: Corn Pile Hunter [Re: Poser]
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 Originally Posted By: Poser
All I know is this: "Corn Pile Hunter" and "Corn Pile Hater" are two great screen names and both are currently available \:D


LOL
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#2971736 - 10/07/12 11:12 AM Re: Corn Pile Hunter [Re: Hollar Hunter]
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 Originally Posted By: Hollar Hunter
 Originally Posted By: Poser
All I know is this: "Corn Pile Hunter" and "Corn Pile Hater" are two great screen names and both are currently available \:D


LOL


I'm thinking "Corny Pile Hunter" or "Corny Pile Hater" may be better! \:D
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#2971740 - 10/07/12 11:14 AM Re: Corn Pile Hunter [Re: Coach]
rem270
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 Originally Posted By: Coach
 Originally Posted By: Hollar Hunter
 Originally Posted By: Poser
All I know is this: "Corn Pile Hunter" and "Corn Pile Hater" are two great screen names and both are currently available \:D


LOL


I'm thinking "Corny Pile Hunter" or "Corny Pile Hater" may be better! \:D


Im thinking about just plain old "Tresspasser" would be a great name for him.
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#2971800 - 10/07/12 12:47 PM Re: Corn Pile Hunter [Re: Coach]
KPH
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I bet the reason Ky has bigger deer is thet bait.LOL
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#2971859 - 10/07/12 02:31 PM Re: Corn Pile Hunter [Re: KPH]
DEERDOWN
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pour waste oil over it and walk away
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#2971870 - 10/07/12 02:51 PM Re: Corn Pile Hunter [Re: DEERDOWN]
Coach
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 Originally Posted By: DEERDOWN
pour waste oil over it and walk away


That would just add to the trespassing charge don't ya think?
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#2972009 - 10/07/12 06:19 PM Re: Corn Pile Hunter [Re: Coach]
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If the property line doesn't have a fence and isn't marked with "no trespassing" signs, then he really isn't trespassing. As long as he is not hunting or doing any damage then how is he trespassing? He is simply cutting thru the neighbors property to save time, the same as we all did as kids. Is everyone that knocks on your door immediately trespassing since their on your property?

If he crossed a fence or the land is marked with signs, different story...trespasser.

As far as the picture, not my property...not my business. Judging by the set up and the trophy rock laying on the ground, not a very good hunter and probably complains about TWRA because he never sees any deer...and that's for real.

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#2972014 - 10/07/12 06:28 PM Re: Corn Pile Hunter [Re: Tomahawk]
Coach
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 Originally Posted By: Tomahawk
If the property line doesn't have a fence and isn't marked with "no trespassing" signs, then he really isn't trespassing. As long as he is not hunting or doing any damage then how is he trespassing? He is simply cutting thru the neighbors property to save time, the same as we all did as kids. Is everyone that knocks on your door immediately trespassing since their on your property?

If he crossed a fence or the land is marked with signs, different story...trespasser.

As far as the picture, not my property...not my business. Judging by the set up and the trophy rock laying on the ground, not a very good hunter and probably complains about TWRA because he never sees any deer...and that's for real.


I believe, and I may be wrong, that you don't have to have your property posted for it to be trespassing. I believe no trespassing signs are more for liability reasons. If you know it isn't your property and you are on it, then you are trespassing...but, again, I have no dog in this fight.
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#2972034 - 10/07/12 06:42 PM Re: Corn Pile Hunter [Re: Coach]
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Criminal trespass

According to Tennessee law, any person who unlawfully enters the property of another may be guilty of trespassing. The penalties for this offense vary depending on whether the trespass was civil or criminal. If the accused person uses force to enter the property and has knowledge that the owner has not consented to the entry, the trespass is criminal. If the property is entered without force the trespass is civil. Any person who commits a civil trespass may be sued for monetary damages, but they will not face criminal charges. Criminal trespassing, however, may result in criminal charges against the offender.

How do you know when you don’t have the owner’s effective consent? Tennessee statutes list a variety of ways that knowledge of the owner’s consent may be given or implied. A communication from the owner can give knowledge of the owner’s consent or lack of consent. A fence or enclosure around the property can convey the owner’s lack of effective consent. Any obviously visible sign can also convey the owner’s lack of effective consent. Tenn. Code Ann. 39-14-405 (2006). Additionally, an owner can convey his lack of consent by posting signs approved by the wildlife resources agency that state “Hunting by Written Permission Only”. These signs must also show the name of the owner and be accompanied by florescent visual markings around the perimeter of the property. Tenn. Code Ann. 70-4-106 (2006).

Criminal trespass is a Class C Misdemeanor and can be punished by a fine or a sentence of up to 30 days in jail. Tenn. Code Ann. 40-35-111 (2006). Criminal trespass charges, like any criminal charges, can profoundly impact you and your family. When dealing with criminal charges, it is important to find an experienced and effective Tennessee attorney, who can help find the best resolution for you and your family.

Came from:

http://www.tennesseecriminallawyerblog.com/2007/01/criminal_trespass.html
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#2972035 - 10/07/12 06:44 PM Re: Corn Pile Hunter [Re: DEERDOWN]
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 Originally Posted By: DEERDOWN
pour waste oil over it and walk away



then he would be trespassing and destroying private property of someone who hasnt broken a single law
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#2972039 - 10/07/12 06:45 PM Re: Corn Pile Hunter [Re: redblood]
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 Originally Posted By: redblood
 Originally Posted By: DEERDOWN
pour waste oil over it and walk away



then he would be trespassing and destroying private property of someone who hasnt broken a single law





not to mention breaking environmental laws and polluting groundwater
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