Bear-baiting, in a hunting context, is the practice of leaving a quantity of food out at an arranged killing spot for a period of time until the hunter notices that the food is being taken daily. The hunter then waits for the bear to return to the spot and kills it as the bear tries to feed. Bear baiting is a legal practice in Alaska, Idaho, Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, New Hampshire, Utah, Wisconsin, and Wyoming.
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