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Thread: Shoot a Bear - Will Another Move into the Territory?

  1. #11
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    Re: Shoot a Bear - Will Another Move into the Territory?

    Don't buy the tag and you're sure to have a bruiser hanging out right by camp...buy it and you just might catch a glimpse of the back end of a little one hightailing it into the thick stuff, Roosevelt's law
    Practice at 50, shoot em at 20.

  2. #12
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    Re: Shoot a Bear - Will Another Move into the Territory?

    Quote Originally Posted by Foxton Gundogs View Post
    Bears are where you find them YES
    Just like Cops?

  3. #13
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    Re: Shoot a Bear - Will Another Move into the Territory?

    Bears don't have exclusivity in their territorries, they are all shared. Thats why bears are so skittish all the time, checking their back side for trouble, more worried about another bear than the rare occasional human
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    Re: Shoot a Bear - Will Another Move into the Territory?

    Quote Originally Posted by boxhitch View Post
    Bears don't have exclusivity in their territorries, they are all shared. Thats why bears are so skittish all the time, checking their back side for trouble, more worried about another bear than the rare occasional human
    I think so too. I can watch a bear in a feeding area for an hour then leave, come back and see a different one a few hours later. Other times a bear will notice me and slowly wander out of the feeding area, not running at all, like "oh I guess I had my fill, something else wants a turn".

    If there is one bear there are likely already more bears. At most their schedules change lol

    "Now that big bruiser is gone I get first shift on the grub!"

  5. #15
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    Re: Shoot a Bear - Will Another Move into the Territory?

    Cool thanks guys, given how good this bear tasted, I don't want to risk seeing one without a tag.

    I thought they might be a bit more territorial, but I guess not.

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