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I am looking forward to seeing trail cam photos of the "belly dragger" black bear this year. The monster boar is still alive and he eats from my legal bait pile. This year he should be even bigger yet. My problem is, he moves only during the safety o

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  • #16
    Originally posted by dewman View Post
    If you dump a bag of salt on your bait pile and the next day your bear is laying dead from a stroke, would that be poaching?
    Is there something you need to confess to, DeW?

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    • #17
      That is one fat bear

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      • #18
        I think the objection to baiting for bears is that it seems like shooting a dog at his dinner dish.
        But the requirement that the bait be at least 100 yards from the hunter's stand merely places the hunter at a point in the bear's travel route.
        Just my two cents.

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