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A NICE BEAR

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A NICE BEAR

#1 Post by OLDGUNNER » Thu Dec 14, 2017 4:26 pm

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Bears are very perceptive. If you talk nice to them they will understand, just like a dog. Bears will normally run away from people because they have learned that they can't trust most people. And heck, they can't. The next time you see one, just let them know that you are nice and they will recognize this immediately. You can't scream and holler and expect them to think of you as someone friendly. Otherwise you are what you are, just another unfriendly sounding human. They have to be standing still looking at you otherwise they won't be able to recognize that you may be friendly after all. My wife took the pictures and that was the first day that the bear had seen me. we had only met for an hour. Deer are the same way. Well most deer...Their mamas have taught them to be very wary of us humans.
That is my bench rest, 50 feet from my back door.
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#2 Post by sowbelle » Fri Dec 15, 2017 12:23 pm

I bet the target practice makes them weary

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