2020 Bear Success Thread

bdg848

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This is so cool guys, I can't wait! I'm doing Pronghorn this year but I'm thinking the next one will be spring bear. I don't want to hijack this thread (keep those photos coming, They are awesome) but what would you guys say your success rates are with spot and stalk style bear hunts? I'm not interested in sitting in a stand over bait but all the states harvest reports have bait, hounds, spot n' stalk, and 'incidental' all lumped together so it makes research for spot and stalk odds tougher.
 

Squamch

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This is so cool guys, I can't wait! I'm doing Pronghorn this year but I'm thinking the next one will be spring bear. I don't want to hijack this thread (keep those photos coming, They are awesome) but what would you guys say your success rates are with spot and stalk style bear hunts? I'm not interested in sitting in a stand over bait but all the states harvest reports have bait, hounds, spot n' stalk, and 'incidental' all lumped together so it makes research for spot and stalk odds tougher.
Success rate on southern Vancouver island could be 100% if you're not picky. If you go looking for bears, you find em.
I found this one this spring.
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