CANOPY SAM Posted September 4, 2012 Share Posted September 4, 2012 As my son and I are not hunting over bait I thought I'd throw this out there.We grow huge gardens every year for private use, and public sale. This year, due to the extreme heat, and consistent dry weather, we have thousands of ears of high quality sweet corn that won't quite make it for human consumption. Many ears are just too small to sell, but still have abundant large juicy kernels on the cobs. I'm bummed, as this is a big cash crop for us, but I simply won't be able to sell much of this corn.If anyone in the area is interested, you can drive right up to this stuff, and easily fill the back of a pick-up with bear bait. Unlike most of the field corn, this sweet corn is still plump, juicy, and hasn't dried down at all.Lichen Fox, Boar, Matt Breuer, I know you guys are fairly nearby, and hunt in this region...if you want it, send me a PM and come and get it. You're welcome to take as much of the immature stuff as you want. I'd rather see someone put a bear in the fridge using this stuff than see it wither up and go to waste. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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