Is a "KNOWN" Bear carcuse bait.....from F&G's thinking

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  • #31
    After some thought, what if you shot the (bait to be) animal in deep water or any water, you drag it out for the purpose of skinning / butchering.???
    Would that make it illegal or under the circumstances acceptable to hunt over in the coming days

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    • #32
      Originally posted by cod View Post
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      Heres a look at that carcass just 49 hrs after we left it....
      WOW, any idea what's been hitting it? I was under the impression black bears and wolves/coyotes wouldn't eat a brownie carcass due to scent..

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      • #33
        Birds, lots and lots of birds.......Eagles, Ravens, Jays.

        Originally posted by tyrex13 View Post
        WOW, any idea what's been hitting it? I was under the impression black bears and wolves/coyotes wouldn't eat a brownie carcass due to scent..

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        • #34
          Originally posted by AGL4now View Post
          Birds, lots and lots of birds.......Eagles, Ravens, Jays.
          Thats true. There were about 50 eagles and 50 ravens in the area. There were about 7 of each actually eating together on it. The trees and skies were full of birds all with smiles on their faces and bulging bellies. Something bigger did move the carcass about 3 ft tho. Mover unknown.
          Your sarcasm is way, waaaayyyyyyyy more sarcastic than mine! :whistle:
          WWG1WGA! QANON

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