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Thread: Baiting Duckis for viewing-NOT huning?

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    Default Baiting Duckis for viewing-NOT huning?

    Is it legal in s c?? Does it violate any laws? What is the best bait to use? Don't want to attract merganzers if I can avoid it.
    Any way to do this.
    Last edited by Al in SC; 01-05-2019 at 06:03 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Al in SC View Post
    Is it legal in s c?? Does it violate any laws? What is the best bait to use? Don't want to attract merganzers if I can avoid it.
    Any way to do this.
    I wouldn't think there would be anything illegal about it, unless you were doing it to try and get someone that was out there hunting them (legally) in to some trouble. Corn is your best bet.

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    Just be careful you do not get any other hunters in trouble like on a creek or river system


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    Just post a sign, " No Merganzers". LOL.

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    If on public water you are creating a problem. Private pond ok
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    chuckster, how big should the sign be? what are the best colors to use? Should it be in english?

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