It’s been a tough season in both Idaho and Montana this year for bear hunters, mostly because everything “greened up” so quickly. Usually bears are concentrated in isolated areas where the freshest spring shoots are growing.
For you bear hunters out there who found a big boar to put your tag on either over bait in Idaho or herein Montana… congrats…For all the bear hunters out there like me who are working hard at bear hunting and coming up short here’s a few pics for motivation!
You See, it IS possible!!! Now I remember! Good Luck Hunters!
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