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Black Bear Hunting Tips

Date & From Hunting Tips
2011-12-05
By:Annonymous
Black bears can be attracted to the smell of rotting meat, but actually prefer fresher kills and when happening upon an animal carcass, will sometimes eat only the freshest parts. If you are baiting for bears, freshen the bait barrel often to keep the bears returning.
2010-06-28
By:Annonymous
Black Bears are very cautious creatures. Any unusual sound or scent will enough to keep them away from an area. When you are setting up your bait barrels, leave as little human scent behind as possible.
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Black Bear Hunting Outfitters

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Outfitter
Location
Species
Cowan Lake
Goose, Whitetail Deer, Black Bear, Duck,
Lac du Bonnet, Manitoba
Goose, Whitetail Deer, Black Bear, Duck,
Cumberland House
Whitetail Deer, Black Bear, Moose, Grouse, Duck,
Carrragana, SK
Whitetail Deer, Black Bear,
Gow Lake, Saskatchewan
Black Bear, Moose,
Brabant Lake
Black Bear,
Cowan Lake
Whitetail Deer, Black Bear,

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Black Bear Hunting Pictures

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First Bear


From: Northern Saskatchewan

Well after 7 weeks of baiting and many hours spent sitting in a tree stand, my son closed the deal on Saturday night by getting himself his 1st Big Game animal. He made a perfect shot on a nice Black Bear. The little man is pretty happy about it and is already talking about dear season in the fall!

Cinnamon colored black bear


From: Northern Saskatchewan

Here are a few pictures that I took of the trail camera from last week. A couple of pretty big yogi 's

Tall Yogi


From: Northern Saskatchewan

Here are a few pictures that I took of the trail camera from last week. A couple of pretty big yogi 's!!!

The "White Ghost"


From: Central Saskatcchewan

First ever Bear hunt took this beautiful Blonde. Next year it will be a bigger one.

Saskatchewan Black Bear


From: Chitek Lake, SK

bear hunting in Saskatchewan


From: Chitek Lake, SK

All the bears on this page were taken the same hunting trip to Chitek Lake, SK with the assistance of Caribou Trail Outfitters. The group was from South Dakota and consisted of Dick Tieszen, Roger Tellinghuisen, Tim Lipp and Dr. Scott Graslie DDS. It was a 5 day hunt and all four of the group scored.

bear hunting in Saskatchewan


From: Chitek Lake, SK

Roger shot the black bear which he is holding up in one of the pictures. He is in the camo and his bear is the one without the bald face.  He was using a Mathews MQ-1, with an ACC 3-49 arrow with a 125 gr. Muzzy broadhead.

bear hunting in Saskatchewan


From: Chitek Lake, SK

Scott Graslie shot the other black bear which appears skinned only. It is easy to identify because it is a bald face bear.  These are also the photos of the bear looking over Scott's shoulder mimicking the joke about the bear who tapped the hunter on the shoulder saying you are not here just for the hunting are you. Remember the joke in the lodge?  Shot with a 300 win mag.

bear hunting in Saskatchewan


From: Chitek Lake, SK

Tim Lipp shot the Cinnamon colored bear which he and Mark Schumlick are holding up for the camera...or should I say they are holding up the hide and head as though they are about to dance with it.  Shot with a 375 H and H.

bear hunting in Saskatchewan


From: Chitek Lake, SK

My bear (Dick Tieszen) was also a black. It is the one with the guy in the funny red suit that looks like captain gadget.  Mark estimated him somewhere around 385 to 400 pounds. Shot using a 338-378 Weatherby Mag.

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