Camouflage is applied to just about anything these days – rifle stocks, bows, knife handles, even trucks.

But bait corn?

That’s right, camouflaged corn has been produced by at least two companies – one in Georgia and another in Michigan.

The kernels, dyed brown and green, are intended to go unseen to game wardens in states where it’s illegal to bait.

“It never has been illegal to put it out, only to hunt over it,” the manufacturer in Georgia said. “What you do with it is your business, but everybody knows that’s what it’s for.”

Read more about this product, including comments from a federal law enforcement officer, in the current issue of Lone Star Outdoor News.

This edition also has an article about a high school student from Thrall, Texas who recently hunted black bear in British Columbia – a reward from a trio of outdoorsmen who challenged him to get on the honor role at school.

Other articles update readers on smallmouth bass, redfish and tips on how to fish around offshore oilrigs.

Lone Star Outdoor News is available now at newsstands. The latest issue also is available for downloading at

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