I am getting excited bout spring bear and as usual I always seem to go overboard but I love it. with my partner we will set up 3 stands so this may not be enough but will get us started. I am convinced that the heavier the scent is in the beginning of the season the quicker they find it and stay at your sight providing you keep enough bait for them .
Today feels like Christmas Jess from Baitem 907 delivered my start up order.
I got twelve bait balls.
Anise, blueberry, Cherry (my favorite it is a strong call) and because I am really wanting a grizzly Beaver Castor. The beaver castor balls have actual real beaver castor.
Then I got the yo yo's to throw in the anise think I got 12 of them
Then cover spray. I got 10 bottles I like cherry and anise
then I got sweet surrender you wet your popcorn or dog food just a mist and spray this on it I got blueberry muffin, cotton candy, and cinnamon roll,
I started making my bear lollipops which I tie to trees and if they run out of bait or they another bear is at the bait they will just lay down and lick it its like a jolly rancher I will make about 25-30 of them,
Then the popcorn treat 2 buckets of popcorn some marshmallows honey cherry jello and 2 packs of jelly beans I melt it and then mix it and let it dry they love it.
obviously the dog food and other stuff will be added to the barrel.
I just though I would share some of my prep work Most people might think that's too much and they get bears with less. Probably true but I have a almost as much fun preparing as I do hunting them.