I'd like to see Indiana modify their baiting laws to be a little more honest about it, take it more seriously. One of the TV shows my wife likes is North Woods Law so I wind up watching it. Through that I've learned a little more than I care about Maine and the north east game laws. I'm not impressed with much BUT they have serious deer and wild game baiting rules. Deer Hunting Prohibitions Baiting deer by placing salt, grain, fruit, nuts or other foods or bait known to be attractive to deer, or hunting from an observation stand or blind overlooking such bait, is prohibited from June 1 to December 15. This does not apply to hunting from an observation stand or blind overlooking: Standing crops Foods that have been left as a result of a natural occurrence or normal agricultural operations http://legislature.maine.gov/statutes/12/title12sec11452.html It is just astounding the numbers of liars, cheats and poachers there are in Indiana and this adaptation would put a clear cut end to this nod and a wink to big box stores sales of feeders and these phony pretenders "feeding the wild life" during the most plentiful natural food seasons of the year. If a deer can't survive September in Indiana with out a corn pile hand out in the Lawrence county woods they deserve to die. The thing I like about it is removing the ambiguity and cat and mouse game of "I'm not gonna hunt over it.", "Well my neighbor put that out there.", "That trail doesn't go past my tree stand." "What if I didn't know it was there?" "Can I dump a corn pile on PUBLIC LAND?/ PRIVATE LAND?". It's just cut and dried, September to December it's hunting seasons. YOU CAN'T CARRY IT OUT THERE. They are WILD animals, YOU CAN'T FEED THEM. THEY AREN'T PETS. Not just to see them. Not just to "get 'em coming in here". Learn to hunt, not raise zoo animals. Now if you are an animal lover lefty, when they are REALLY starving, when they might REALLY need food to survive, when it's REALLY cold, WHEN HUNTING SEASONS ARE OVER, you can carry all the corn and apples you want out there and feed 'em IN JANUARY when hunting seasons are over. It's Sept, Oct, Nov, Dec There's a pile of corn, you carried it out here, there's YOUR camera, HERE is your ticket. Clean it up.