Are you guys actually reading the thread before posting these challenges? They've all been dealt with already. I HAVE NEVER SAID IT IS ILLEGAL TO HUNT OVER FLOODED AG CROPS! There is a big ole photo of me and a bunch of guests in a pit hunting a flooded cornfield right on the start page of my website, for crying out loud. The issue here was quite clearly...from the beginning...one of INTENT TO REALIZE A HARVEST. And that phrase comes straight from the regs...verbatim. Look...no one says you have to believe me, or Gringo, or any of the other guys who've agreed with me about this. But, Good Lord, fellas! If you think I'm wrong, GET A COPY OF THE FULL REGULATIONS AND READ IT FOR YOURSELF! That's what I did...and talked to about 3 agri-biz attorneys, and talked to the agents in charge of the areas I've worked, and talked to the other Feds who have some role in this stuff in the areas I've worked, and talked to Regional Directors of USFWS, and talked to scores of other professional habitat managers about this. Among pros, this is common knowledge..."baiting 101" so to speak. I'm done with this topic. If you guys wanna post up on here about how you're gonna go out and plant ag crops with no intention of harvest and hunt ducks over them that's fine with me. I hope you post your hunting pics from those fields, too...with the birds you killed and a good description of the hunt including dates and witnesses. I can get a healthy reward for turning you in.