Thread: Why Would You Hunt?
01-18-2013, 12:53 PM #41
Forgot to get back to this thread. Air headitis sometimes. It is NOT legal to bait animals in this area but when TSHTF I'm not worried about what the law has to say as I believe they will be to busy with their own problems to notice. Now to gather up some of the things we will need and find out what will not go bad while storing it for future use. Thanks.......also ordered the catalogue from the other link. Can't wait to see it.
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01-18-2013, 02:14 PM #42
Just because you can't hunt over bait, does not mean you can't use the bait to see what it will bring in. Experiment. Especially if you can put up a game camera to watch over the bait. That will tell you what is coming in on it, and what you have in the area. If you can't get a game camera, then use smooth sand, or smooth dirt to capture footprints of the animals coming by. A trick I learned in Scouts was to sprinkle flour around a feed-site to see the tracks. Only problem with that is some animals will lick up the flour. I still haven't learned how to track a tongue!Planning to be here through it all.............