A buddy and I went goose hunting on Saturday morning. We were set up in a field next to a horse farm that has a big pond on it that always has hundreds of ducks and geese on it. We were about six hundred yards from the pond. We weren't there long and a game commissioner came walking up what seemed like a routine check turned out to be him telling us that he was giving us a writen warning and we were no longer able to hunt there because the lady that owns the pond on the horse farm has domestic ducks and feeds them the ducks she has have there wings clipped and cannot fly. We were giving warnings for hunting in a baited area and over live decoys! We were six hundred yards from the pond and because of how the land lays could not see the pond. The farm I have permission to hunt is huge so I asked the deputy that if we moved farther away if it would be alright. He told us that he could not give us an answer weather it would be alright or not because it's all under the discretion of the deputy that checks us. But the next time he will be fineing us. I didn't know the lady had domestic ducks or feed them but if I had known I don't think I would have done anything differntley I thought I was far enough away. We are young and just started hunting and don't have many spots and we were doing real good there so it [censored].. Just wanted to know what you guys thought about this?