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could'nt help it.

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Could'nt take it any more so I scrounged up fifty bucks an orderd a bear ball, alot of money for one item, but if it works as good as they say then I'll be happy. I'm really worried about acorns dropping heavy again, its getting dry like last year when they fell so thick. Havent had time to scope out the mast mnumbers in the oak trees, anyone seeing large numbers of acorn in trees? Hey biff what scent in the ball did you get? I got bacon. Boar

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It's funny you posted this beacause my Scent Ball and spray scent came in the mail today. For the scent ball I got blueberry and for the spray scent i got bacon and blueberry. I opened it up and man did it wreak like blueberrys. I am suprise a bear isn't hear now. Hopefully it works. We are running 4 baits this year. I ask my cousin to get one but he didn't. We'll see what happens. 18 days away. On one of my baits I am going to build a crib like you explained earlier. Some thing like 4 square logs and little logs in the middle so the bait doesn't get wet on the ground. I will re-read your post on how to do it.

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Hey Biff-Building cribs works great. Get out there early and drag downed timber from around you site so your ready to go when baiting starts. I posted a couple pics of one of my cribs last year in this forum. I'm not sure if they're still up on the site, but I could send them to you if your interested. Just to give you an idea.

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I found the photos. They're a little dark, but there is one of the crib just after I rebaited it and one of how the crib looked the next day after the bears had hit it. It's tough to make out in the photo, but it was cleaned out to the ground.

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I'm trying a new image site, but I think you can click on the image for a bigger view.

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Any Qs biff an I can try to reexplain, I'm not the best at trying to explain things, I tend to over explain an then I complicate things more than necessary. boar

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