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    Default Here's some serious bear baiting

    He told me he was going to bait for bears this year and looks like he did...
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    Well that is really a effective Bear bait
    Quote Originally Posted by Bo D View Post
    He told me he was going to bait for bears this year and looks like he did...

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    Is....is this real? Please tell me this is real. Also I clearly need to start stocking up on apples during the year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terrible_E View Post
    Is....is this real? Please tell me this is real. Also I clearly need to start stocking up on apples during the year.
    Looks like more of a bear sanctuary-or bear rehab.......it would be good to know,for curiosity sake.

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    Although bears love apples, seeing so many together might mean a natural food shortage.

    Last year, near our deer camp, a farmer planted about 100 acres of corn. It was the only corn for many miles. The bears found it and hit it hard, to the point that the farmer had to shoot them. They got 13 over a couple of days and there were more that escaped.
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    Although bears love apples, seeing so many together might mean a natural food shortage.
    Some parts of Southern Ontario were hit hard with Gypsy Moth this year. I’ve seen miles in the forest in July as transparent as it would in November. That means, I think, a big shortage of acorns and other nuts and berries. All wildlife will suffer, I think, from woodduck to bears and deers.
    But still, this is an enormous number of bears on the spot… Why don't they fight each other?

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    A buddy of mine that I run my hounds with in NH sent me that photo back in April of this year to get me going. It did, fell for it hook, line and sinker...
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    ugh send one of them my way lol was out the whole weekend, over stinky bait, with no bear action lol
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    Yes, that makes more sense…. In the States in Cons. Reserve… not quite wild, not in Canada...

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