Well guys I know this has been a sore subject for us. I watched a you tube video labeled flooded corn in Missouri. It starts out with a drone flying over the corn fields while the guy is talking about ducks and hunting and such. He shows his blind and the fields completely dry. All of the sudden a pump must have got left on and omg mallards all over the place eating corn in a flooded field. Then he states when ducks are in the corn fields they are either dabbling or eating corn. He says and I quote he says not a make believe story when they are eating you can shoot them all day long. But if they have eaten too much of the corn you might shoot them out of the field. How in the hell is it legal. How after all the evidence and data that has been given that this has not changed. I know the answer is big money but as an avid waterfowler to know that you cant hunt over corn but it is perfectly legal for them to and in doing so for the last 2 decades have changed a complete waterfowl migration is unreal. Literally has changed a natural migration of an animal to the north west. Absolutely totally unreal
To all south hunters. Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia. Guys this man is for real. Josh Goins is making all efforts to restore what is being taken from you, your kids, and grand kids. Someone has finally stood up against the absolute illegal hunting practice for you and I that is totally legal for northern hunters and towards the west hunters. Which is hunting over baited fields, ponds or standing corn. Can someone please tell me how this loophole and law change allows these hunters that we all watch on you tube videos hunt in fields of standing corn stalks unharvested or run a combine thru it not harvest it or somewhat harvest it but hey throw some of that corn back on the ground the ducks need food. Mechanically pump water in 12 to 18 inches then bring 10 people at $300 per gun shoot ducks then get paid from other laws for the corn not harvested from the federal government. Which as we all know means we just paid for them to do so. This is unbelievable that its allowed guys. Josh is building a federation to return the laws that prevented this before. Anyone who has been duck hunting for atleast 20 years has seen the demise of waterfowl in our state. To the new guys who have just started over the last 5, 6, 7, years or so you hear the stories and see the pictures but yall have no idea what used to be here. If something isn't changed you never will and what you are seeing and killing now will be less and less. It cost $60 to join this federation which is a non profit guys. We all know that's 1/2 tank of gas in a boat for a trip. Or 3 boxes of shells. He needs members and supporters. Its the only way to make a difference if yourself or your generations to come want to remain in this sport.