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Thread: Help. Is this a boar or sow ?

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    I am going back and forth on this. Iíll update which way I am leaning when I get a few opinions.

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    With the absence of cubs,it looks too big for a sow. My best guess is a boar and a damn big one at that.
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    Do you have any other Bear visiting the site ?


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    That’s the only one coming in

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    Once every 10 days

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    Tough one, Boar that size I think the belly would sag to the ground and even though the head is huge, it’s seem small for body size.
    My guess is dry Sow and probably done with Cubs.
    Beautiful bear.
    You need daytime pics.
    If your bringing bait in evening I would try first thing in morning.
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    I’m almost 50/50 on this and here are my reasons….
    Boar Pros:
    Front paws are toed in when walking
    No neck
    Short muzzle
    Thick ankles
    Awesome head crease

    Boar cons :
    Should be taller
    Needs more belly
    In some pics the muzzle looks longer

    Agreed daytime pics would be awesome. It would be nice if it would come in more frequently. So far it’s only hit this bait are twice since I opened it in September. Maybe with the colder weather it will.

    Regardless of gender it looks like a good bear. I just don’t know how I’d feel about taking a sow.

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    I cant see why you would be concerned with taking a sow, it's not like there's any cubs involved. I sure wouldn't hesitate with that one. If you really have to know hang a bait high enough in a spot that the bear will have to be on it's back legs with genitals exposed.
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