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post #1 of 38 (permalink) Old 12-16-2019, 01:09 PM Thread Starter
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Record Pa Bear Harvest-NO MORE

Yep its a record bear harvest. It should be harder to get a bear with a bow or muzzle loader. No wonder. Baiting in the early season is easy (Cant see bait sights) with all the leaves on the trees and much nicer weather to hunt in. Besides that who drives bear in archery and muzzle season like rifle hunters. Guys you have seen the last of the record bear harvest. Bear kills are going the same direction as deer harvest. DOWN DOWN DOWN.
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New week new troll post. Your on a roll there chief.
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New week new troll post. Your on a roll there chief.
Yep, looks like we here on HPA are being baited again....
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For the love of god can we please see some sort of article of data on the early season bear bait sites.
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Deer harvests at my camp go UP UP UP, guess you’re just a poor hunter fox pro. I would take up shopping or bowling if I were you!
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Yep its a record bear harvest. It should be harder to get a bear with a bow or muzzle loader. No wonder. Baiting in the early season is easy (Cant see bait sights) with all the leaves on the trees and much nicer weather to hunt in. Besides that who drives bear in archery and muzzle season like rifle hunters. Guys you have seen the last of the record bear harvest. Bear kills are going the same direction as deer harvest. DOWN DOWN DOWN.

unlike the Democrats trying to impeach President Trump....WE NEED PROOF !!


wheres the link for the bait ?


lots of guys in the bear forum posted about driving during archery bear and muzzle loader bear !!
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In the 2015-16 license year, which ended June 30, charges were filed for hunting over bait in 503 cases statewide. That’s up from 468 hunting-over-bait prosecutions in 2014-15 and 422 in 2013-14. It would be interesting to see what current numbers are for deer and add bear hunting baits. More and more hunters doing it. Also add the fact that crossbows are more popular and just as accurate as a rifle. Heck 12 year old kids are shooting deer with a crossbow with very little practice. It would be interesting to see how many bears are killed on private land vs game lands. Its hard to monitor bear and deer baits on private land. Common sense tells you what's happening.
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Interesting.


if i stop for coffee and 6 glazed donuts the morning of bear season. eat the donuts and wipe the glazed mess off on my pant legs and walk a long circular route around and to my stand so the wind is in my face to get there...is that baiting
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Yep I think that is baiting if done on purpose. If you take donuts in the woods to eat them and throw some on the ground that is baiting. No food residue bait type is allowed when hunting. But that is funny. lol
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