Bowhunting; how to keep the bears out?

January 8, 2011 by Bowhunter  
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Jeremiah asked:

I only care for the venison, not the bear.
wana bigger bike,

Keep the bears out of the area!
Got any suggestions?

Wishing it were that easy, but I can't stop putting out the apples and pears or the deers won't get close enough. They won't even come around.
But I have a momma bear and two cubs that are hogging everything. And I just want to get them to go away so I'll see deer. The bears are keeping the deers ran out.
Bear C. & 7mm08,

Thanks for those suggestions, I will take those into consideration.

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5 Responses to “Bowhunting; how to keep the bears out?”
  1. Vintage Archery

    Don’t use bait. I was deer hunting over a pile of apples and a bear started coming every afternoon to much on apples.

  2. Bowhunting says:

    Vintage Archery

    keep the bears out of your kill?? keep the bears out of the area you are hunting? keep the beras out of your tent?

  3. Browning Nomad

    You are attracting the bears with bait. And you want to know how to run them out of the area? Stop and think on this a bit. You are the reason the bears are coming in there. The bears live there and are getting ready for winter by eating all they can and you provided food for them.

    So remove the bait bears like and provide food the deer like such as alfalfa hay. Bears don’t eat dry hay. As long as the hay is fresh and stays dry the deer will find it and chow on it.
    Or you could use doe in heat scent on rags hung from a tree.

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