I recently had a Mallard brought in to be mounted. It had been killed in the Mississippi Delta. The customer was very proud that they had put the boat in a river and due to high water were able to get in to flooded bean fields on private property. He said that the law in Mississippi allowed them to hunt these fields. The same thing happened to us 3 weeks ago, 2 hunters started shooting 75 yards from where we were set up. They came down the river, up a feeder creek, and into our field. They claimed that the game warden told them they could hunt there. We ran them off. Two days ago they were back, three of them this time. They made the mistake of going on private property to launch their boat. The result, the game warden wrote each one a $500.00 ticket for trespassing. As for the Mallard, I am mounting it, with an extra charge for being an [email protected]@. This is poaching pure and simple. Am I wrong ?