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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]
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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: ]
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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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