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    There have been a lot of black bears on trail cameras this year in Union and Newberry Counties. Pretty much all of them within a mile of a major river. They are destroying feeders and obviously taking over any corn piles. I was wondering if anyone else was seeing this as well.
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    Sss


    Oh sorry, misspelled shush.


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    did you report this to WIS?

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    Yeah, it's a trend.
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    Won't be a problem come gun season.

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    Onion juice and pennies will take care of them.
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    Not seeing it but shouldn't come as a surprise. Been reported over the years. Two brothers I know who hunt near Sedalia told me about 8 years ago that they had a good sized black bear showing up on trail cams on their property. Deer season rolled around and it showed up as if about to climb up a ladder stand with one brother. About an hour later it showed up on the other side of a 200 acre tract of land and stuck it's nose in the blind window on the other brother. Not sure I could have held off defending myself in either encounter, lol. I'm more concerned with the hog sign in that area now. None 6-8 years ago and common there now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spur hunter View Post
    Not seeing it but shouldn't come as a surprise. Been reported over the years. Two brothers I know who hunt near Sedalia told me about 8 years ago that they had a good sized black bear showing up on trail cams on their property. Deer season rolled around and it showed up as if about to climb up a ladder stand with one brother. About an hour later it showed up on the other side of a 200 acre tract of land and stuck it's nose in the blind window on the other brother. Not sure I could have held off defending myself in either encounter, lol. I'm more concerned with the hog sign in that area now. None 6-8 years ago and common there now.
    Stone brothers?

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    Yessir.
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    Good news is that bears will eat those hogs,You just need more bears.
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