The area I'll be hunting this sept/early oct is a mix of forrested low muskeg/marsh(swamp), with small scattered hills covered in forest so thick light itself is scared to penetrate it.
There are black bear in the area, although from what few tracks we've seen I don't think the population is very high. I have never come across blueberry patches or any other berry's for that matter, although I don't doubt there are some in the area. I also understand it's tougher to bait bears in the fall than in the spring.
Be that as it may, I thought I'd try setting up a bait this year and see if I get any takers. I'll be taking up some barley, bacon grease, apples, blood meal, and some pretty rank beaver scent; if I get any takers I also built a honey/jello burn can.
Guess my real question is if the bait will get their attention, since with the exception of the beaver stink, my bait is all foreign material to the area.