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Re: Pre-baiting coon in Minnesota [Re: Teacher] #6997572
09/22/20 09:44 PM
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To me itís a matter of time. The time and gas used pre baiting is substantial. However you could definitely harvest them faster come season. I too appreciate someone with the strange addiction us trappers have. Go get em!


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Re: Pre-baiting coon in Minnesota [Re: Teacher] #6998188
09/23/20 04:47 PM
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Another reason to prebait is to get a sense of what crop changes do to last yearís hot trails, when the crop was corn. Every other year, the crops change from corn to grass or soybeans. This changes the trail traffic enough that if I donít have permission on the adjoining corn ground, I may be wasting time.


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Re: Pre-baiting coon in Minnesota [Re: Teacher] #6998709
09/24/20 06:59 AM
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Most barbecue sauces contain molasses. Molasses attracts deer. DNR rules say in several southern Minnesota counties, where chronic wasting disease has been found, they donít want deer to congregate around an artificial (pre) bait. A corn field is ok. A sportsman placed corn bait is not.


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