Of course salt lick is ethical. Without it the cows will dehydrate in the summer. The salt lick makes them thirsty which also helps them eat, and next thing you know....no dehydrated cows.fatbass said:I've always wanted to put a bug zapper over a pond to attract fish. :mrgreen: Since there is no law prohibiting electronic attractors, go for it. It's kind of like a salt lick. It's not illegal, but is it ethical?Nibble Nuts said:Does anyone know if Utah has any laws about using frequency emitting devices in Utah waters that attract mayflies, zooplankton etc. that in turn attracts baitfish, and finally predatorial game fish? I can't find any info on this.
Back in Alabama, we used to hang 'possums and other critters unworthy of eating in tree limbs over bream ponds. For you Utahns, "bream" is the generic name for bluegills, shellcrackers (Redeared sunfish), and any other panfish. The rotting critters would rain maggots into the water and feed the bream and we always caught BIG bream under those carcasses.
Haven't heard "sacalait" for awhile, brings back some good memories.cajun1977 said:waste not fatbass, back in louisiana i woulda ate the possum and still caught some bream along with some sacalait(crappies) and had a big ol possum and fish fry :wink: