Proposed changes to Migratory Birds Regulations could end baiting

ship wrecked

Well-Known Member
Just leave it alone it's not broken ..Why is it, government always whats to fix something that doent need fixed
 

cducks

Member
Last fall, there weren't very many ducks. Warm weather delayed the migratory pattern but wasn't there enough baits to attract the birds at LP?
 

propane

Well-Known Member
Sorry to ask but why would you say it could put an end to the Waterfowl unit ???
Did I miss something and I so please let us know.

The flooding of field and hunting over them is BAITING not feeding
 

greenhead

Member
"It is proposed to discontinue the issuance of bait authorizations as the recommended option going forward"

The unit would no longer be able to use the feeders.
 
There are five days left to send a response about these proposed changes. If you need some help thinking of points to make there have been many great posts throughout this forum post ( https://www.oodmag.com/community/showthread.php?89098-Proposed-changes-to-Migratory-Birds-Regulations-could-end-baiting ) and you may also be able to get some ideas from the response by the Long Point Waterfowlers' Association ( http://lpwaterfowlers.wixsite.com/lpwa/single-post/2017/01/25/Changes-to-Bait-Restrictions ).
 
There are five days left to send a response about these proposed changes. If you need some help thinking of points to make there have been many great posts throughout this forum post ( https://www.oodmag.com/community/showthread.php?89098-Proposed-changes-to-Migratory-Birds-Regulations-could-end-baiting ) and you may also be able to get some ideas from the response by the Long Point Waterfowlers' Association ( http://lpwaterfowlers.wixsite.com/lpwa/single-post/2017/01/25/Changes-to-Bait-Restrictions ).
 
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