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I have had a visitor this past weekend. Guess he is trying to fatten up.

the date and times are wrong except for the last 2 pictures. Forgot to set the date and time when I put the came out. Really makes me antsy for bear season now.

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Saturday Night

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lichen fox

Was that the begining of your bear bait stash for this fall? I had one raid a barrel full of honey and carry off some grease jugs in the spring a couple of years back!

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jerkbait

Yep. That was the barrel with the sticky granula left over from last fall.

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Boar

cool pics JB

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fowldreams

jerkbait great pics. Are those with the moultrie m-80 or m-100?

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jerkbait

That is the moultrie D-60 IR(or outfitter 6.0 I think it was called at the big c store). I have the M-80 and M-100 out in the woods on our mineral licks.

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CANOPY SAM

Ufta! He's a big one!

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Random guy

Tall as a 55 gallon drum...ya thats a nice bear.

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jerkbait

To bad he will be long gone come fall.

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