Here goes a second season

by Sep 4, 2015Hunting in Maine, Maine Black Bear

Here goes a second season

With these trail camera photos becoming a common occurrence, I am excited and still a little nervous for bear season.  I have developed a very healthy respect for these animals and there is still some caution when I head into the woods to hunt one.

Even if I do not get one, these photos are a clear indication that the bear population in Maine is healthy and thriving.  These are not small bears and by the time we head into the woods, they will have had a few more weeks to put on weight.

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  1. Those are some big bears. I bet you are still working on last years bear.

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