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    Quote Originally Posted by Snowwalker View Post
    I think there are some WMU's ( if they were open for the spring hunt) you could almost have a 100% Success rate just by sitting quietly in camp and frying bacon.
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    You are right The bacon always worked for me in the past .
    I have an old friend and hunting buddy who has hunted Blackies all his life. When the government brought in the new baiting regs,he chuckled to himself when he read the vitriol from hunters claiming they were ruining the hunt by restricting bait stations. He showed me decades ago that the very best bait station was a Coleman stove,iron skillet with bacon and eggs, a pot of beans and a coffee pot cooking breakfast at least an hour before first light,then,leave the pan on the stove "to cool" while he set up his watch 50 yds away. If there was a Bear within a couple of miles of smelling that,they were there within a couple of hours.
    When I was younger,I blew half a fortune on whisky and wild women. The rest I just wasted.
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    Quote Originally Posted by trimmer21 View Post
    I have an old friend and hunting buddy who has hunted Blackies all his life. When the government brought in the new baiting regs,he chuckled to himself when he read the vitriol from hunters claiming they were ruining the hunt by restricting bait stations. He showed me decades ago that the very best bait station was a Coleman stove,iron skillet with bacon and eggs, a pot of beans and a coffee pot cooking breakfast at least an hour before first light,then,leave the pan on the stove "to cool" while he set up his watch 50 yds away. If there was a Bear within a couple of miles of smelling that,they were there within a couple of hours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trimmer21 View Post
    I have an old friend and hunting buddy who has hunted Blackies all his life. When the government brought in the new baiting regs,he chuckled to himself when he read the vitriol from hunters claiming they were ruining the hunt by restricting bait stations. He showed me decades ago that the very best bait station was a Coleman stove,iron skillet with bacon and eggs, a pot of beans and a coffee pot cooking breakfast at least an hour before first light,then,leave the pan on the stove "to cool" while he set up his watch 50 yds away. If there was a Bear within a couple of miles of smelling that,they were there within a couple of hours.
    HEY STOP giving my secrets away.
    Take the warning labels off. Darwin will solve the problem.

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    Save and freeze bacon fat in tin cans. Don't fill the cans more then about an inch to two inches from the bottom depending on how hot your heat source is. Set the can on top of the heat source so that the grease will smoke but not catch fire. Fondue candles work good.
    Take the warning labels off. Darwin will solve the problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gilroy View Post
    Social amnesia is a collective forgetting by a group of people. The concept is often cited in relation to Russell Jacoby's scholarship from the 1970s. Social amnesia can be a result of "forcible repression" of memories, ignorance, changing circumstances, or the forgetting that comes from changing interests
    Sorry to hear about your mental illness. I am proud of you for having the strength to come forward and talk about it.

    I can assure you that the Ontario Out Of Doors Forum Members and myself are behind you and offer our support.
    Take the warning labels off. Darwin will solve the problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gilroy View Post

    P.S. Always amazing when people try to re write history and caste a positive SPIN on their party,but your all OK on here I will be your fact checker.....LOL
    Like all the people who blame Trudeau for Omar Khadr. Liberals got stuck with that from the previous governments.



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    Mr. Stewart, you are in for it now. 'you can't handle the truth'... J. Nicholson,...A few good men.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fishermccann View Post
    Mr. Stewart, you are in for it now. 'you can't handle the truth'... J. Nicholson,...A few good men.
    Well, given that Lieberal supporters are in such short supply on here, it's no real surprise that you'd chime in.....

    However, I'm amazed that it took a full 3 pages before someone started in totally digressing from the topic at hand.
    "Camo" is perfectly acceptable as a favorite colour.

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    Can't help myself ,when I see falsehoods posted on here purporting to be truth. That the Kahdr payout was caused by the liberals is one of those.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fishermccann View Post
    Can't help myself ,when I see falsehoods posted on here purporting to be truth. That the Kahdr payout was caused by the liberals is one of those.
    Well,

    We can digress a wee bit.

    The Khadr payout was the decision of the Liberal Govt, regardless for the events taking place under the previous one. It should also be noted that the civil lawsuit award in the US by the widow of the US Service member he killed, is still before the courts to determine if it can be enforced in Canada ( $134M).

    On May 7, 2015, Khadr was freed on bail with strict conditions, including living with and under supervision of his lawyer Edney. [190] Following his release, in the first public interview Khadr has been allowed by either US or Canadian governments, he begged the public to "give [him] a chance" to "prove to them that [he's] more than what they thought of me, ... that [he's] a good person",[191][192] saying he is not the man the authorities have portrayed.[193] On May 8, 2015, Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper said he was unapologetic about his government's efforts to keep Omar Khadr imprisoned. [194]

    A week after his release, the Supreme Court of Canada released a further decision concerning his incarceration. On May 14, 2015, the Supreme Court of Canada rejected the federal government's position, ruling that Khadr had clearly been sentenced by the U.S. military tribunal as a minor. If he lost his appeal of the US conviction, underway in a separate action, he would serve any remaining time in a provincial facility rather than in a federal penitentiary. [195][196]

    On February 18, 2016, the newly elected Liberal federal government dropped the appeal started by the previous Conservative federal government that sought to revoke his bail. [3]
    "Camo" is perfectly acceptable as a favorite colour.

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