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Old 11-28-2011, 05:45 AM
Fork Horn
Join Date: Nov 2005
Posts: 178
Default What would you do?

First I want to state that Indiana is a No-Bait state, which is fine by me. We've got acres of bait they are called corn fields!

So my here's my situation. I've waited to hunt a stand at my dads farm until he took the corn off the field next to it. I finally get into the stand one morning and when the sun comes up, I look around and see a BIG PROBLEM. When they were dumping the corn they obviously missed the truck a little as a nice sized pile is 40 yards away from my stand.

I think to myself GREAT...i could be busted for baiting and I didn't even know it was there. I haven't hunted it since. Should I remove this pile, not hunt the stand or just keep hunting. I didn't see a deer anyhow.

What would you do?
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