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    Posted: 14 November 2020 at 10:22
Next week will be NY bear hunting, I I just checked my lunch options.

One of my favorites is:

Brunswick Sardines- gourmet style fillets in Mustard and Dill sauce (distribited by Bumble BeeSeafood).  Add Captains Crackers, and a thermos of strong Earl Grey Tea.  

When I can't find Brunswick brand, I go with King Oscar Kipper Snacks-Lightly Smoked.

These are mostly protein, so I have one can at 10 am and another at 2 pm

Got 4 days lunch pack in my backpack.  I pack them in a zip-lok bag with a plastic fork so I can take the oily cans out with me at the end of the day...leaving them deep in the woods would be baiting.
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Bear,
Aren't the bears in your area sleeping yet?
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be another 6+ weeks till they go to bed.  As for this BEAR, 6:30 pm my eyes get heavy, and my butt also!
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Most of the big ones get sleepy as soon as the gunshots start the week before. They didn't get big by being stupid. Been warm though with plenty of grub available. The fight against nature to eat up is strong. I have hopes this year with little evidence to support anything of size.
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Do bears get Covid? Early fatigue is a symptom!

...oh yeah! thats gonna hurt!
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I've got constant fatigue!   

what is that a symptom?
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OK you guys may have your finger on my problem ( get your mind out of the gutter). My lunch is catered with wine and music the bears don't seam to react as well to that maybe. Bear course!!!!
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desert can be an apple, then toss away the core, within 75 yards and keep scope on 3x!
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D,
 Maybe you need to look for a bear around here?

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The last time I did I got two Libs standing to close and a commie by accident. S.S.S.Confused
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   There are plenty of those around here.Ouch
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Anyone know if there's a limit on bagging libs???

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I doubt you could put much of a dent in those feral critters IBD, but feel free!

I think the best Bear season lunch is without a doubt, bear tenderloin from the one you shot at breakfast time.
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