While gutting a moose last week a friend mentioned he would like to sit in a tree and watch the kill area for the purpose of taking a brownie.
Our group was actually divided on if that was considered legal or not. The debate was that you are not intentionally laying bait for the bear. It is merely the remains from a moose harvest. (guts minus heart and liver - hide and head)
Others said it was considered bait if you knew a bear would most likely come to the area.
(site markings did confirm a bear visit within 8 hours after the kill)
Tried to do a search for past threads but came up empty handed although i'm pretty sure this has been hashed out before. Anyone have a link?