Senior Refuge Member
- Oct 5, 2006
- Reaction score
- Carnation Washington
I think we (the hunting public and government lawmakers) lack data to make any informed decisions on what should be done and to what end.The interesting question to pose is "What actions do you want to take?" Or "What is the end result you want to see?"
Distributed Birds is the end answer for me. If you want better hunting for the general public it starts with this.
I'd like to first see data that supports the thesis that corn complexes congregate birds to the detriment of public land. And that their regulation or removal would increase harvest in public areas specifically and not just change it over to the closest legal imitator to a corn complex. Until then were are operating off of anecdotal evidence and perceptions (some of which can be reality but there is no way to know).