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Food plot? baiting?

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Is it legal to plant a plot of clover and hunt deer over it??????

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Yes!

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unless you dump the seed 6" deep on top of the ground & fail to work it into the soil... yeah I'm pretty sure it's legal.

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Not looked at any differently than hunting over a corn field.

100% legal to hunt over a food plot.

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Thats all the guys on tv ever do it seems like.

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On private land you can do that, but you can't introduce a non native species for the purpose of hunting. Meaning, you can't go out to a poplar grove and throw a bunch of clover seeds out.

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....on public land.

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....on public land.


Um, ya.........forgot to add that grin.gif Thanks biglakeba$$

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