Our "two tag" hunters have averaged more then a 180%+ shooting rate. We have alot of areas that have not be hunted in years!! Average bears will be 6 1/2ft with many 7ft+ with some on trail camera over 8ft!!
Our area has one of the highest trophy bear populations in North America and about 40% chance of seeing a wolf!!. Light hunting pressure allows us to produce a higher percentage of larger, older boars for our hunters. This is representative of a mature population. Bears are so plentiful here that each hunter is allowed two tags.
We use beavers, butcher scraps, bakery scraps, restaurant grease, oats & molasses for bait and it's hauled to site. Our baits are set when there's still snow on the ground, several weeks prior to your arrival. Maintained regularly they become the bears primary food source. Baits are accessible by either four-wheel drive trucks, all-terrain vehicles. As nocturnal animals, bears are hunted primarily in the evening. Hunters are taken to active bait sites in the late afternoon. Permenant stands and ladder stands are the preferred method in our area. They are 12 to 15 feet up and 15 to 20 yards from the bait. We are quite far north and the sun sets late. We are normally finished hunting by 10:30 p.m. and out of the bush and back home by midnight
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