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A doe and fawn came into the food plot at 4:40 this evening. Ater a few seconds, the doe bolted and ran away. I thought she had smelled my trail where I had scattered corn. Then, I saw what I thought was the doe returning. Instead, it was a very nice 6 point in full rut. One shot put him on the ground. He weighed 150# at the camp scales, and had a 16" spread.

My second Florida buck this year, the nicest 6 point ever.

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not sure if i read this right. if so, i didnt know you guys could hunt over corn. they busted a few people over here in alabama with corn that had already rooted into the ground. my son and i sat from 5:25am till 9:05am then from 2:30 till dark thirty and didnt even see a squirrel. o'well i did get a little meat in the freezer earlier this season.
 

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gcrbama (1/31/2010)not sure if i read this right. if so, i didnt know you guys could hunt over corn. they busted a few people over here in alabama with corn that had already rooted into the ground. my son and i sat from 5:25am till 9:05am then from 2:30 till dark thirty and didnt even see a squirrel. o'well i did get a little meat in the freezer earlier this season.
<P align=left>From the FWC Hunting Site<P align=left>Feeding game<P align=left>Taking game on lands or waters upon which corn, wheat, grain, food or other substances have been deposited by means other than normal agricultural harvesting or planting is prohibited, except as noted below.<P align=left>Resident game and wildhogs may be hunted in proximity of year-round game-feeding stations on private lands, provided the feeding station has been maintained with feed for at least six months prior to taking resident game.<P align=left>¦ Wild turkey may not be taken if the hunter is less than 100 yards from a game feeding station when feed is present.<P align=left>¦ The intentional placement of feed in a manner that is likely to create or creates a public nuisance by attracting black bears,<P align=left>foxes or raccoons is prohibited.<P align=left>In addition to normal agricultural harvesting or planting methods, mourning and white-winged doves may be hunted over agricultural<P align=left>crops that have been harvested or manipulated and over natural vegetation that has been manipulated.<P align=left>Hope this answer your question. BBob
 
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