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from Parker01 on 12.15.12
Yep, you can feed and attract them all you want, but you can't hunt over it. Doesn't make sense to me, either---half the service stations and convenience stores in the state sell "feed corn" and/or "deer corn", but you can't hunt over it. The regulation is so laxly enforced, they should do away with it, except every once in while they'll put the screws to somebody.
JM---I try to cancel out those dings some idiot is shooting at you when I can.
I don't get it either JM. But they seem to have you in their sights most of the time.
And my post got voted down why? It's a direct quote off of Alabama's Conservation website. Whoever votes down comments just to vote them down has some serious mental issues...
"Legal to feed deer but it cannot aide your hunting. In other words you can't hunt over a bait pile but you can use bait for trail cam photos, etc. All deer bait must be removed a minimum of 10 days prior to hunting in that location. The exception is pure salt which can be bait."
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