July 13, 2007, Newsletter Issue #35: Minnesota Bear Hunting Advice

Tip of the Week

Minnesota bear hunting is confined to the northern woodlands. Black bear hunting includes any color of bear from light cinnamon to deep black. The adult weighs 250 to 300 pounds and stands three feet at the shoulder. Bears are solitary, except in places where bears gather for food and bait stations. A good Minnesota bear hunting guide will establish their own bait stations and scout the local water holes and bear trails. 

Minnesota Bear Hunting is a great experience for hunters who want to spend their days in the woods, and their evening lounging by a warm fire. Minnesota uses a lottery system for licensing the black bear hunt. About 1000 surplus bear hunt permits are available starting in August.

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