TALK .. huntTALK hats... TALK !!! Not that it makes a difference but
But hey, You can use the word "CHAT"
Baits are funny man, We do alot of refilling once the Bears start hitting them hard in May. We usually use Bread mostly and also use dog food, (Whispers under his breath) goats, Old food, Vegatables, or anyhting else that we come across.
I also can't wait till the opener Moosie. As i have several spots set up for this year. Last year had 5-6 bears hitting my bait. My wife wants to shoot one a friend with blackpowder and I will take one. So hopefully will take 3. My son if his attitude changes starts hunting this year will hunt one to .MAYBE? He will be 12.
LOL Tyson.... I made some Friends at one of the Bakeries. I was Real nice to the Ladies and they were nice to me. I restacked the Tracks real nice and Always said thank you...
Then the work Began
I have a Picture of Little "O" and Zachary in the Back of the Truckpulling out bait. I would also Let Rhet (Warrens kid) eat as many as he wanted on top of paying him to mow the lawn. He was in hog heaven
I worked at the airport in Laramie for a while and was able to get the 55 gal. drums freeof charge. They get glycol (plane de-icer) in them and by giving them away they don't have to go through the effort and cost of disposal. Check your local small airport and you may be able to luck out as well. Just be sure to wash them well, glycol is kin to antifreeze.
In Idaho I think the Options are to Use a 55 gallon (Metal) drum anchored to a tree or dig a Pit that is not deeper or wider then 4' Dia. (Or something like that). I'll have to see what it says about a Bucket in a tree
Elkhunter, Are you going to have another BBQ at your house and try to get in another one ...