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If you are thinking of hunting bear, you can go for information many places. The internet and government websites and books are only a few of the places that are available for information.

Books will tell you that hunting bear is a thrilling, exhilarating, and enjoyable experience. This is not far from the truth. The thrill of the hunt is intoxicating. The exhilaration you experience when you bring down your target. Both of these feelings are enjoyable.

Government websites will tell you when the season for hunting bear is open, and what permits you will need. It will also tell you how many you can bring down. You can apply for your permit online – it is faster and more convenient. They will also tell you want protective clothing is required by law to wear while hunting bear or any other type of animal.

The internet is abundant with information. This could be your key resource in finding information for hunting bear. There are websites, outfitters, and other types of information that can be of great assistance. Outfitter sites will tell you where they will take you, what it will cost you for them to guide you out to the wilderness, as well as what equipment, other than your firearms and ammunition, you will need to bring. Other websites will tell you where you can find the kind of bear you want to hunt, what the terrain could be like and what some of the bear's body language means.

The information that is available on hunting bear can help you with all your questions. If you want to know which bear is most popular to hunt, a site will tell you that. If you would like to know which bear is the most aggressive, most sites will tell you which one that is. These sites will also tell you where you can find them, if these are the bears you are interested in hunting.

If you are a new hunter, with no equipment, bear hunting sites will tell you what kind of gear you need, from weaponry to protective gear. They will explain that you will have to apply for a firearms permit and go through the process of getting the weapon of choice. This is to ensure your safety and the public's safety. The sites could also tell you where the best places are to get your choice of weapon. When you go and pick out your weapon, tell the clerk why you want the weapon, and they may advice you differently on the choice, but ultimately, that choice is yours.


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North Country Public Radio

This weekend in the Adirondacks
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