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Soda Popinski wrote: »
You can probably hunt right in Winter Park/lake Mary where the idiots feed them out of their back yards and do not get bear proof trash cans then complain they are a nuisance.
omegafoo wrote: »
Yep. Going to get me a permit. Got access to 78 acres in prime bear country in Wakulla County :machinegun
cracker4112 wrote: »
With the rules in place, ie no dogs or bait, 50 will be a stretch...
LiveLine wrote: »
Is that the family property in Sopchoppy? If so, bait won't be needed. Just hunt on Monday morning, that is garbage day.
stc1993 wrote: »
They'll have to average 45-46 bears a day for 7 days Oct. 24-30. I don't think it'll be hard to do. How do they do a limited hunt? Do they lottery off the permits?
fathom wrote: »
They need to have a year round no tags necessary open season on urban bears then just deduct the number taken from the allowable number of the next hunt. The problem is urbanized bears not the total number of bears in the woods. It's realized that they are foraging because of lack of food in their habitat, but why take the bears that are staying in the woods?
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