Bona fide black bear bonanza in Canada

Fly or drive to bear camp in Ontario, your odds are better if you do your research.

Updated: November 8, 2006, 4:02 PM ET
By Don Mulligan | Special to ESPNOutdoors.com — Nov. 9, 2006

Though Ontario is home to more black bears than any state in America, bruin hunting success there is still dependant on location and hunter know-how.

Even with an estimated 75,000 to 115,000 widely distributed bears in the Canadian province, some hunters go home every year scratching their heads, wondering where all the bears were hiding.

Those hunters likely underestimated their quarry and didn't do their homework.

Despite a growing bear population (courtesy of the legislative ...

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