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Old 04-25-2019, 05:31 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Going out this weekend to set up a spot for my first bear hunt. Hunting bear for a number of reasons. Meat, hide, skull, and most importantly to help manage the population.
There is a large population of bears in the province and it would be nice to see more hunters become active in this season.
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We don't need more bear hunters. It's nice to have trophy potential anywhere you go in Manitoba.
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I'm pretty happy not many hunt bears. It's nice to get out in the woods and not see anyone. I got two young boys and they are very involved and I figure I'm doin my part by introducing the next generation of hunters. Imho of course.
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We don't need more bear hunters. It's nice to have trophy potential anywhere you go in Manitoba.
hahahaha you should be on the fishing forum lol. more the merrier i say.
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We don't need more bear hunters. It's nice to have trophy potential anywhere you go in Manitoba.

I say more locals hunting less Americans.
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^ more locals hunting Americans? huh?
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[QUOTE=hillbilly49;457015]I say more locals hunting less Americans.[
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I say more locals hunting less Americans.
If Im going to hunt Americans, Id rather we keep the populations up and sustainable...
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The argument about wildlife management is not a universal one applying to all areas. I hunt several areas. In some areas (the ones where I hunt bears), the numbers are so high and the population so thick I can’t even describe it in words. In some of the other areas, I have seen little to no trace of them. I do hunt one area where they are actually a problem, and it’s a worthwhile pursuit. In other areas, I’d be happy to see a few bears around to keep the wolves on their toes and create movement before the wolf empties out the deer population too heavily.
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