One of the nice things about baiting is being able to set up so that it positions the animal. Typically when I bait it is in a very dense heavily wooded area with a lot of down dead wood. I have had blacks run after being shot in the heart lung area and then find them under trees and such. I am thinking if a brown ran off and you had to track him the intensity would be pretty great. To avoid that as much as possible would you position the bait so that he would lay down to eat and shoot him through the center of the back between the shoulders to break the spine, or neck shot or regular heart lung. The rifle will be a large caliber 416 and range short 15-25 yards so shot placement would be easy. Im thinking I as much as possible want dead right there. What are your thoughts.