2020 Bear Tags

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Derbooze
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Re: 2020 Bear Tags

Unread postby Derbooze » Sun Mar 01, 2020 9:32 am

218er wrote:A successful diy bear hunt is about as rewarding as it gets. You fall in love with the process, gather and mixing bait, choking on horseflies, sweating balls on bait runs, picking ticks, etc. Sounds like you have the itch. Finishing the deal yourself. It will give you an unprecedented sense of accomplishment.


I am certainly hoping so! Like I said, it was a very satisfying experience, and one I hope to build on. Man those deerflies are a :angry-cussingblack: ! I can't wait to start again this year!


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Re: 2020 Bear Tags

Unread postby Chad Gus 715 » Tue May 26, 2020 6:51 am

Me and my son drew zone C, been running baits here for 10 or 11 years now. My family has been pretty successful killing bears, with 11 over 300 pounds and 7 with 18 - 22 inch skulls. Most of those coming off public land here.
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Wife had a tag last year and she passed up 6 different legal bears holding out for one of the big ones that were hitting the baits. She has killed a couple bears already.
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