A field in my area, an unharvested wheat field was burnt the end of August. There are many other fields in the area, but the geese only feed in this one and have for months. I don't think that you could even run traffic on these birds. The law reads: If, for whatever reason, an agricultural crop or a portion of an agricultural crop has not been harvested (i.e., equipment failure, weather, insect infestation, disease, etc.) and the crop or remaining portion of the crop has been manipulated, then the area is a baited area and cannot be legally hunted for waterfowl. This was not a planned burning of the unharvested wheat, so how would you interpret the law? Is this field considered as baited and is it possible for a field to be that way for an entire season? This field is being hunted. It also looks weird that on the days that it isn't hunted, the geese typically feed in the spot where they hunt!