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    Quote Originally Posted by hunttrap View Post
    You guys are killing me, I've gone up to Idaho baiting the last 3 yearsand can't make it up this year. It's killing me, next year going back up for sure though. Such a beautiful part of the world.
    Don't they have black bears in Nebraska? I'm across the border in BC from Idaho and it's not legal to bait for bears. Even if it was you'd have to be a little bit crazy, you're just as likely to be luring in a hungry grizzly as a black. My favourite method is spot and stalk.

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    joseph
    the unit just below the border with Canada does not allow baiting, but most all the other units in idaho do, I can't speak for southern Idaho though. As the grizzly expands its range, it will be interesting to see if baiting stays or goes.

    I don't bait bears, so no big deal to me one way or the other, but I have had relatives who go absolutely bonkers over it.

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    Any luck with the bears yet Browntrout55? I've been out scouting for turkeys and haven't seen any sign as yet of bears. I'll move on to bears once turkey season is over(May 15) or I've got one in the freezer. My daughter is also anxious to bring a turkey home. She's not interested in bear hunting though.

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    Haven’t seen any sign yet. Been hiking up high from my place but there is still some deep snow up top. Not getting really good green stuff yet. Hiked 4 miles today and saw and incredible amount of moose sign. Usually have at least one cow drop a calf on my property each year. Looks like they are doing pretty well here where I’m at, considering the state cut the tag quota in half.

 

 
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