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The No Child Left Inside organization is currently pushing for an Environmental Literacy Bill: Good -OR- Bad for the future of the outdoor sporting community?
YES 67% | NO 17% | MAYBE 0% | UNDECIDED 0% | OTHER 17 % | IMPRESSIONS: 391 RESPONSES: 6 | COMMENTS: 0
|INSTANT SURVEY VOTE ON – POLL s632 Two companies, one in Georgia and one in Michigan, now sell camouflaged corn, dyed green and brown. Should this product be outlawed in Wisconsin?|
Camo Corn… Oh, Really???
|BACKGROUND: Camouflaged Corn – gimmick or game warden nightmare?Baiting deer is legal in some counties in Wisconsin, but illegal in 28 counties. Where legal, bait is limited two two gallons per 40 acres.
Camouflaged corn would be legal to use where baiting is allowed, but because it can’t easily be seen, some hunters who would not dare use yellow corn, apples, pumpkins or other bright-colored foods where baiting is not legal might be tempted to use this new product.
Read more about this product, including comments from a federal law-enforcement officer, in the current issue of Lone Star Outdoor News.
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