At the end of summer, when the oats are filled with juice, the bear begins to gradually leave the forest in the field, observing special caution at first. He can walk around the field through the forest for a long time, sniffing and looking at a possible threat. The clubfoot tries oats several times, and when it thinks that the cereal is ripe enough, it already regularly goes out to feed. You can notice it, as a rule, in the evening or at night.
Sometimes females bring offspring with them, but large males, on the contrary, do not allow outsiders to enter the territory they consider their own. Bear trails are very noticeable both in the field and in the forest. Once you find them, you can figure out where the animal will come out into the field. A competent bear hunt begins with a thorough examination of the intended territory, choosing a place to hunt so that the wind does not carry a new smell for the animal. After all, a clubfoot is an excellent sniffer, he senses danger from afar.
In our hunting farm there are pre-equipped towers from which a good view of the oat fields opens up. They are convenient for long-term observation and waiting. You just need to prepare. Choose a good camouflage suit, quit smoking, so as not to attract the attention of a predator with an unpleasant smell; turn off the phone so as not to frighten it off with a loud sound, etc.