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    Quote Originally Posted by Goin Coastal View Post
    My sister's back yard is a great place to get one. She also back up to public land. It's for sale by the way.

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    That bear in the bottom photo needs to be hit in the snoot with something. He looks too casual.

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    Quote Originally Posted by huntinghagen#12 View Post
    Where's her house?


    I wandered around the Pisgah a few days ago with the kids and my wife, found some fresh bear shit. Going back this weekend to see if I can find one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by huntinghagen#12 View Post

    I might have to bait some behind the house. Id rather kill one in the woods though.
    You seem like a pretty smart dude so I'm sure you thought about this but do you really think that is a good idea? It sounds to me like feeding alligators. I don't know shit about bears other than what Ive read online but it sounds like once they lose their fear of humans they can be a pain in the ass.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Birddawg View Post
    You seem like a pretty smart dude so I'm sure you thought about this but do you really think that is a good idea? It sounds to me like feeding alligators. I don't know shit about bears other than what Ive read online but it sounds like once they lose their fear of humans they can be a pain in the ass.
    When I say “backyard”, I mean a couple hundred yards or so. Definitely don’t want them at the back porch.

    I was planning on hunting today, until I strained my back some how on Halloween. Decided a 4+ mile hike with elevation changes and potential for a pack out wasn’t in the cards.
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    "Dukkllr" or some variation of duck killer on here killed a bear on public in the SC upstate years back and posted the details I think. A search might turn it up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goin Coastal View Post
    Nebo
    Nebo as in right down 17 from SeeWee? We have had some feeders clawed off Willow Hall rd.

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