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Whats your forcast for bear opener?

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Up here it's supposed to 90 with wind, I'm worried that the heat will push the bear to come in later than usual. Boar

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I plan to have my dad and brother in the stand around 1:00. Thats the time the camera says their coming in. It's going to be hard to sit 7 hours in that heat but what can a guy do? Good luck Boar!!!!!!

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Good luck to you guys Antler, safe an happy hunting. I'm going in about three, I have about three pounds of scrap bacon thats been marinating in liquid smoke for two days an I'm gonna fire that up right away, It's much cooler in the river bottom than the surrounding terrain so as long as the humidity is'nt that high hunting so be quite pleasant, I was hit again, this is the fourth consecutive day with a soilid hit, before that it's been sporadic, first a good hit, then scoopers then a hit then scoopers for a few days an now good consecutive hit's, so my hopes are high. boar

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warm and windy here, the bear we want has been coming in around 7:00pm so thats good but the bad news is he did not show at the bait the last two evenings and Im a little worried. The last time he skipped a day was when it was warm so the out look is not great for today (opener) but who knows.

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