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Posted by FALCON on Apr 26 2006

Bear baiting is now illegal in the great stae of Washington, but my brothers and I managed to do pretty well afew years back. We used bread and old carmel corn. We started before season getting them coming in, and then cut back to make the bears compete for the food.
Also, be very careful on your body movement. Those bears will watch the stand from a distance and move in carefully. Another trick we used was to put 2 guys in a stand, and have 1 guy leave about an hour before dark. The bears would hear the quad start up, and assume we were gone. The bear would then come in about 10 minutes later just like someone rang the dinner bell. We bagged 3 bars in 3 nights with this tactic, one being a 400 lb monster.

Good luck!


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