So I've got this idea that I've been kicking around for awhile in my head and wanted some opinions. I've baited for a few years on and off so I'm not a complete novice, but by no means an expert.
Anyways, I've always placed my sets at lower elevations, i.e. not in the mountains where the bears would be denning but towards the bottoms. This is for multiple reasons, access being one of them obviously. So I'm wondering if some people out there may do it differently and set up at higher elevations, like where there's still snow when the season opens. Not on top of the mountain obviously but somewhere mid-way we'll say. My idea stems around "thinking" that I may be able to catch one shortly after coming out for the year. I mean, it never seems to start getting real active until a bit later in the season anyways on my sets so the "go to them" approach" is what I'm tossing around.
I'm not looking for spots obviously, I've got my eye on one already with decent access, just thoughts/experiences on the whole elevation game. Thanks Folks.