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    salt licks

    so i have been reading people in other stated using salt licks in the off season to attract deer. and was wondering if it is legal to do that here in California. this will be my first year deer hunting and dont want to start off the wrong way...

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    No way jose. You cannoy kill a deer within 400 yards of bait. Which the salt lick will be considered bait. there is no baiting allowed.

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    Your not even aloud to put out such in your own yard. Its a rough life in this state. They still end up coming in though Click image for larger version. 

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    not even in the off season huh? ok well thanks guys you saved me a huge fine! glad i asked first!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trevor_20 View Post
    not even in the off season huh? ok well thanks guys you saved me a huge fine! glad i asked first!
    Yes sir. And your welcome. Thats why we all are on here. Help when we can and listen when we cant

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    why would they sell stuff like that at bass pro shops if you cant use it lol

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    Basspros are states wide. Whitetail hunters mostly. There are quite a few states its legal.

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    ahhhh got ya

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    Its illegal to put salt licks, or bait ect in Illinois but they sell them at basspro and cabelas. Kinda like radar detectors, legal to buy, illegal to use. Illinois' reason for banning them was in an effort to stop the spread of CWD.

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    Every state has different laws concerning salt licks & feeding/baiting wildlife. It can be trickey, especially if your state allows something different than the state you plan to hunt. Do the research and be safe. When in doubt, ask the forum.....as you found out!
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