If you're just wanting to shoot something over a feeder, I have a neighbor with a hog lot. He'll sell you one and you can shoot it.
Is this a jab at a young hunter trying to learn the rules?
Not meant to be, as I have no idea the age of the unknown to me poster.
But if this is a young hunter, would be nice if he had more mentoring in distinguishing more the differences between hunting and shooting, as these differences are being greatly blurred by those selling feeders, promoting more shooting under the guise of hunting.
There really is no hunting in sitting over a bait pile. That's shooting. If all one wants to do is shoot something, that does work. But it's not the same as hunting. That's why many people who just want to shoot something, pay someone to let them come shoot something.
Don't take this an attack on anyone who likes to shoot deer over a feeder or bait pile where legal. As they say, different strokes for different folks, and this is no less ethical than any of us purchasing hamburger from the grocery. I'm just pointing out that it's not legal in TN, and it's more a shooting than a hunting thing. Not meant to be a "jab".