I read an article recently, on this forum, which seemed to imply that when hunting grizzly bears – the bears are skinned in the field and the carcasses remain there – and that all that is taken is the head and the skin.
I would assume, of course, that the feet and claws remain as part of the skin.
It also read like these abandoned carcasses are used as “bait” to harvest subsequent bears.
Is this typically the case?
Are bears not good to eat?