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Hey /out/ tomorrow I am going deer hunting. I set up a blind and some feeders near a trail I assume isn’t for people judging by the thorn bushes surrounding the path and the fact you have to cross a small stream to get past it. Anyway, I remember a year or two ago my girl almost walked into a black bear on that path, my ground blind is set up with thorn bushes to my back, what should I do if I see a bear while I’m out there? I’m using a 50# recurve and I am bringing a ka bar but I’m nervous in case a bear comes up on me and flips out thanks!
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>>1118496
>Feeders
KYS, might as well go shoot a cow.
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>black bear
Nothing. Just leave it alone.
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>>1118496

Can you not carry a sidearm? I carry Glock 20 while hunting.
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If you see one, let it know you're there. Just give a little shout and it should be on it's way. You might blow your deer spot, but you definitely don't want to surprise the bear. Plus, chances are if there's a bear there, the deer will give your spot a wide berth
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>>1118557
>black bear
I love black bears , we have them down here in louisiana. we have had to kill a few that raided peoples sheds in their yard
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>>1118556
t. Never hunted
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>>1118680
that is simply false though, BP season starts in 2 week here. Feeders are for colossal faggots. Basically a domestic animal at this point.




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