Hi, all. I'm all about exploring the "big woods" of Vermont, and am trying to come up with an excuse to go back to a spot I scouted this fall a few miles into the Breadloaf Wilderness. A 2-3 day bear hunt would likely fit into my schedule because it is so early in the fall. Here's my conundrum. Damn near any type of hunting is tough in Vermont because of the prolific undergrowth in uncut areas. Visibility is generally limited to 20-50 yards (below are some pictures from the spot I'm talking about). I'd love to give predator calling a whirl, but doing so in such thick cover seems like a good way to get swatted by a hungry bruin. What do you all think? Would the limited visibility make predator calling for bear unsafe? Even if it was safe, would it be reasonably effective? Thanks.