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    Does a full moon effect bear movement? Had two new baits (30km apart) getting hit several times a day for 3 days. Infact, one was hit 2 hours after we first placed it. Sat the last 2 days under a full moon and neither bait hasn't been touched for 40 hours.

    I should also add we only sat at one of the baits and the other one stopped getting hit at the same time

    Edit: I just remembered a friend told me they had hits on 11 baits and they all disappeared when they went hunting August 22nd which I just looked was a full moon.
    Last edited by MihajloSimsic; September 20th, 2021 at 12:59 AM.
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    I’m sure it does to a point but according to my cams 2 of my baits are still being hit

    I think baits going dead for a while has a lot more to do with the bear finding a natural food source they like more

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    Quote Originally Posted by FishHog View Post
    I’m sure it does to a point but according to my cams 2 of my baits are still being hit

    I think baits going dead for a while has a lot more to do with the bear finding a natural food source they like more
    That's what I assumed tok. But what confused me was they simultaneously stopped hitting baits in unison. Only thing I noticed that was different was the moon phase. Wierd creatures man, who knows their motivations.
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    Yup there is no rhyme or reason to them

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