I've recently gotten myself into waterfowl hunting which is becoming a slight obsession. I am constantly driving around and scouting for new places to hunt. Anyways, I've come across some crop fields of corn that have been recently cut. According to onX and DNR's site, these fields are on public land in a hunting area. I actually see a lot of farmed areas on public land. So I am wondering if I am legally allowed to set up a goose decoy spread and attempt to hunt geese on it. Does anyone know if there are laws permitting me from hunting farmed fields on public? Any of you have experience with this? Do farmers lease the land and assume ownership of it? I just can't find any info on it and I really do not want to break any laws. So I appreciate any advice / answers that you might have for me. Thank you!