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|josh36530 ||11-22-2011 07:40 PM |
Hunting / Baiting Tips
I originally put in the subject "Tips for Alabama" I take it there are not that many hunters from my state. I want general inquiries as well. I just got my own property to hunt in south Alabama, just cleared my property out and dont have enough time to set up a plot so someone told me about ice cream salt. I took a few boxes and put them in a gym bag and hung it from a tree. I was told that everytime it rains the salt will get into the soil and deer go crazy over it. In Alabama state law says the only thing you can hunt over is pure salt so that is all I have to work with. I got one doe on my camera but did not leave it out long. That was before I put the salt up, I was using apples and buck jam when I got the doe. My property is set like this. I am surrounded by woods on the south,east, and west. To the north is a dirt pit that belongs to the owner which has a stream running throught it. He tells me that there are alot of deer in the pit in the morning grazing. I am young and I am wanting some good advice. Thanks!
|96xjclassic ||11-22-2011 07:53 PM |
Can you get your neighbor's permission to hunt on his property?
|josh36530 ||11-22-2011 08:08 PM |
I am sitting on on the back side of 40 acres I dont see a problem hunting over his property. I cannot see the property line from where I am.
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