Summit Treestands
Bait em 907
Bears
Contributors to this thread:
Xbowdoctor95 29-Jan-18
IdyllwildArcher 29-Jan-18
Xbowdoctor95 30-Jan-18
TEmbry 30-Jan-18
Nick Muche 30-Jan-18
Xbowdoctor95 31-Jan-18
From: Xbowdoctor95
29-Jan-18
So, any of you Wisconsinites or Midwest bear hunters try using this stuff at all? I see some positive reviews and their stuff looks legitimate. However, I will be applying Northwoods Gold Rush to my baits I think, however I don't want to overlook anything. So, Thoughts? Better than Gold Rush, or maybe unnecessary? Let me know!

29-Jan-18
I thought this thread was going to be about baiting bears in Alaska.

From: Xbowdoctor95
30-Jan-18
Haha! I hear the stuff is big up there!

From: TEmbry
30-Jan-18
I use Baitem907 products and can vouch for their effectiveness. I took 9 bears on my baits this past spring, and I truly think Baitem907 scents helped make the difference on some of the later bears. I don't believe what food fills the barrel makes all that much difference. I think the scents are what brings bears in, and if there is any food at all once they find your site they will continue to come back. Her stink bait long call is the foulest smelling bear attractant I've ever encountered (I use for Brownies).

I've used Boarmaster, Moultrie, and Northwoods products as well and liked my results. I just think Jess makes excellent lures that last long and are potent enough to really reach out there. I also like supporting local small businesses when their products are equal or superior and they don't rake you over the coals on pricing. Jess makes a great product for a fair price.

My Alaskan biased post is now concluded.

From: Nick Muche
30-Jan-18

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I do like using their beaver castor bait bell's, you can see it in hanging in this photo. The bears like them too.
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I do like using their beaver castor bait bell's, you can see it in hanging in this photo. The bears like them too.
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I'd agree with Trevor. I've used the stuff since 2013 and I'd say it works just fine. That said, I've put out baits without any of it and had similar results. I don't think I'll be spending much money on any of it this year, with the use of grease, knockout, dog food and beaver castor I think I can save about 150$ and still achieve the same level of success.

Is it spring yet?

From: Xbowdoctor95
31-Jan-18
Damn Nick. I wanna be hunting your land! HAHA. Those look to be some quality animals. I'll probably stick with my endless supply of grease and Northwoods. If I need to change it up, I'll look into this stuff. Thanks guys!

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