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    bear creek in armstrong station
    its a bit of a tour but if you want a real experience and see lots of bears its well worth the drive.
    Seen up to 14 different bears in one night on stand,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ouzel View Post
    My son and I hunted spring bears at Lost Lake Wilderness Lodge 2 years ago. It is between Gowanda and Shining Tree. I have no time to bait, and really wanted to get him on a bear. We had a great hunt. We both got nice bears, and saw others. There were two other hunters when we were there, they each also got a bear. The lodge is primarily a fishing resort, so there was lots of fishing to do on the off hours.
    The outfitter provides the stands, baiting, transport to and from the sites and helps with processing. The accommodations were nice cottages with kitchens, although breakfast and supper were provided. The meals were more for the social event however the food was excellent.
    I had hunted one other outfitter before, this was a big step up for the same cost. They also do fall hunts, but I have no experience with that.
    I highly recommend Lost Lake.
    That sounds similar to Thunderstock where Iím booked with my daughter for June 2021. You fish walleye and pike in the morning and hit the stand in the afternoon. Iím taking my daughter and weíre going to use our crossbows. Thunderstock is halfway between Gogama and Folyette as the crow flies. I worked near Shiningtree when I was younger, there is no shortage of bears around there.
    A bad day hunting or fishing is better than a good day at work.

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