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Black Bear 

Hunting and Harvest Report 

License Year 
2003 


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Harvest Surveys 

Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks 

September 14, 2004 


Table of Contents 


Introduction ..... 1 

Tables of Black Bear Hunting and Harvest Statistics . 7 

1996 to 2003 Overview of Black Bear Hunting and Harvest . 9 

Hunting Effort and Harvest Success . 11 

2 003 Black Bear Hunting and Harvest . 27 

Hunting Effort and Harvest Success . 29 

Harvest by Time Period and Purpose of Hunt . 41 


Appendix A: 1996-2003 Hunting and Harvest Statistics 
Data File Description . 


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Enclosures 

2003 Black Bear Survey Questionnaire 

2003 Montana Hunting Regulations - Black Bear 











Montana State Library 



0864 1006 9506 6 



























































Introduction 


This report contains statistical estimates of Montana Black Bear hunting effort and harvest success, 
and the characteristics of bears harvested, for license year 2003. Statistics from the 2002 Black Bear 
Hunting and Harvest Report (11/5/2003), 1997-2001 Black Bear Hunting and Harvest Report 
(10/22/2002), and the 1996 Black Bear Hunting and Harvest Report (11/4/1997) are also included in 
an “across years” overview table. The included statistics are based on an analysis and summary of 
statewide black bear hunting and harvest surveys conducted following the hunting seasons each 
license year. (See Survey Questionnaire enclosure.) Bear license sales, sampling effort, survey 
return and response rates, and statistical expansion factors are presented. Estimates of the number of 
hunters, hunter days, harvest, and harvest by sex of kill, time period, and purpose of hunt are 
presented. Confidence bounds (80%) are given for key estimates. Relevant ratios of statistics are 
provided as additional measures of hunting effort and harvest success. Results are presented by 
location hunted, season of hunt, and residency status of hunter. 

Two Black Bear table types are presented: 

• Hunting Effort and Harvest Success Table: This table includes estimates of the number of 
active bear hunters, hunter days, bears harvested, and sex of kill. In addition, lower and upper 80% 
confidence bounds on the estimates are presented, as well as ratios based on these estimates, 
including percent success. 

• Harvest by Time Period and Purpose of Hunt: This table includes the bear harvest estimate, 
plus the distribution of harvest among seven time periods, three spring season and four fall 
season. Estimates are given for harvest by hunters specifically hunting for bear versus those taken 
while the hunter was primarily hunting other game species. Percent distributions are also given. 

The tables are organized based on the following three variables: 

1. Location of Hunt: 

• Statewide (STA): Statistics are computed without regard to the bear District hunted. Provides 
an overall picture of black bear hunting in Montana. 

• Regional (Reg 1...Reg 7, Reg U): Statistics are computed based on MFWP Region of the 
bear District hunted. Hunting reported in an unknown District not resolvable to a Region is 
lumped into Reg U (unknown). 

• Hunting District (Bear Management Unit or BMU): Statistics are computed based on black 
bear Hunting District. Black bear Districts are also known as Bear Management Units. Hunting 
and harvest within a known Region, but an unknown District, is summarized under the District 
numbers 199, 299, 399, 499, and 599. Reported hunting and harvest that could not be linked 
to any known District or Region is summarized under District number 999. 

Bear Management Units differ from deer and elk hunting Districts. Though this difference is made 
clear during phone interviews and in the packet mailed to non-residents, it continues to be a 
source of some reporting error. We attempt to resolve all improperly reported bear locations to the 
proper BMU or the proper Region. 

2. Season of Hunt: 

Within a given license year, Montana allows black bear hunting during two seasons, Spring (mid- 
April to as late as mid-June) and Fall (generally mid-September through November). A black bear 
hunter may purchase one bear license and take one bear during a given license year. 

• Both Seasons Combined (All): Statistics are computed without regard to season of hunt. 


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• By Season (Spring and/or Fall): Statistics are computed based on reported season of 
hunting effort and time period of harvest. 

3. Residency of Black Bear License Holder: 

• All: Statistics are computed without regard to residency status of the sportsperson. 

• Residency (R or N): Statistics are computed based on residency status of sportsperson as 
indicated by the type of conservation item held, Montana resident or non-resident. 

• License Type: Sportspersons purchase black bear licenses of two basic types. Residents 
may purchase a stand alone Bear Hunting license (RBear), or a “Sportsperson with Bear” 
license (RSports), which also allows general hunting of deer, elk, and upland birds. Non¬ 
residents may purchase only a stand alone Bear Hunting license (NBear). At the Statewide 
and Regional levels of analysis, in addition to statistics by residency status, statistics are also 
presented based on the specific type of bear license held. This provides a comparison of 
hunting effort and harvest success for those purchasing a stand alone bear license versus a 
combination Sportsperson license with bear. 


Expansion Factors and Estimation of Black Bear Statistics 

Within a given license year, all presented statistics are estimates based on the underlying black bear 
survey response set for a particular combination of the various levels of Location hunted, Season 
hunted, and Residency of hunter. Basic black bear expansion factors are derived for each residency 
specific license type (RSports, RBear, NBear) based on sales of the license type divided by the 
number of holders of the license type returning bear survey responses. Additional expansion factors 
are then computed at grouped levels of Residency, based on the same relationship between sales to 
holders and responses returned from holders. Residency based black bear expansion factors for 
license year 2003 are presented in Table 1. Response summary counts of active hunters, hunter days 
by District, and reported harvest by District, sex, and time period, are multiplied by the corresponding 
residency based expansion factor to obtain the hunting or harvest estimates. 

A low expansion factor (close to 1) indicates a high response rate and results in relatively good 
statistical precision in the hunting or harvest estimate. Good statistical precision is reflected in relatively 
narrow 80% confidence bounds on the estimate. An expansion factor significantly higher than 1 
indicates a low response rate, relatively poor statistical precision, and relatively wide 80% confidence 
bounds on the estimate. A second factor influencing precision of a hunting or harvest estimate is the 
raw number of bear survey responses reporting hunting activity or harvest, for a given combination of 
Location, Season, and Residency. A higher total count of responding active hunters, or reported kill, 
will result in better statistical precision of the hunting or harvest estimate than will lower counts. The 
tables of statistics illustrate this relationship. For example, estimates at the Statewide level of analysis 
generally show higher precision than those at the Regional level, which generally show higher precision 
than those at the District level of analysis. Always refer to the supplied confidence interval when 
judging the value of a point estimate. 

Estimates of hunting and harvest at grouped data levels higher than the District Location level, the 
Spring/Fall Season level, and the RSports, Rbear, or NBear Residency level of analysis, are not sums 
of these underlying base level estimates. They are separate estimates that apply when one or more 
levels of data splitting is disregarded. Estimates for resident or non-resident hunters disregard 
differences in underlying response rates, and levels of effort and success, due to the specific type of 
license held. Estimates at the combined residency level (Res=ALL) disregard differences due to 
Residency of hunter. Estimates at the combined season level (Season=ALL) disregard differences due 
to Season of hunt. Estimates at the Regional and Statewide location levels disregard differences within 
underlying Districts. Due to differing underlying response rates and levels of effort and success, 
estimates of hunting or harvest at a higher level of data lumping will not necessarily equal the sum of 


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the underlying estimates. In addition, since an individual hunter may hunt in multiple locations, and 
during both seasons, the hunter estimate will not sum across Seasons or Locations. 


Table 1: Montana License Year 2003 Black Bear License Sales, Sampled 

Associated Rates, Expansion 


Holders, Returned Responses, and 
Factors, and Estimated Hunters. 


Res or 
LicType 

License 

Sales 

Sampled 

Holders 

Returned 

Responses 

Sample 

Rate 

Return 

Rate 

Response 

Rate 

Expansion 

Factor 

Report 

Hunted 

Hunting 

Rate 

Estimated 

Hunters 

All 

19,475 

11,301 

7,536 

58.0% 

66.7% 

38.7% 

2.584 

3,918 

52.0% 

10,125 

R 

18,710 

10,554 

7,117 

56.4% 

67.4% 

38.0% 

2.629 

3,521 

49.5% 

9,256 

N 

765 

747 

419 

97.7% 

56.1% 

54.8% 

1.826 

397 

94.7% 

725 

RSports 

10,914 

6,167 

4,192 

56.5% 

68.0% 

38.4% 

2.604 

1,893 

45.2% 

4,928 

RBear 

7,796 

4,387 

2,925 

56.3% 

66.7% 

37.5% 

2.665 

1,628 

55.7% 

4,339 

NBear 

765 

747 

419 

97.7% 

56.1% 

54.8% 

1.826 

397 

94.7% 

725 


Overall Sampling Effort and Results 

Table 1 presents license year 2003 overall statewide counts of black bear license holders, holders 
sampled, returned responses, and respondents reporting active hunting, with corresponding rates, 
expansions factors, and resulting statewide estimates of numbers of bear hunters. In license year 
2003, over the counter general licenses, such as black bear licenses, were sold via the FWP 
Automated Licensing System (ALS). Item sales and holder information from ALS was merged with 
Wildlife license/permit definitions to form the Harvest Surveys Sportsperson/License Database 
(SLDB). Black bear license holders in the SLDB as of January 11,2004, after the LY2003 bear 
seasons had closed, formed the population available for sampling. Montana residents were surveyed 
primarily by phone, while non-residents were surveyed by mail. 

Sample rate is the percent of bear license holders randomly drawn from the population, and for which 
survey contact labels were generated. Return rate is the percent of those sampled who returned survey 
responses used in analysis. Response rate is the overall percent of holders returning responses used 
in analysis. The expansion factor is the inverse of the response rate. Sample rates are set near 100% 
for the relatively small non-resident holder population in order to insure there are an adequate number 
of responses to give meaningful estimates. Return rates are lower for non-residents because they are 
sampled by mail. The high non-resident sampling rate offsets this low return rate, resulting in a high 
overall response rate. Though the non-resident response rate and expansion factor are better than 
those for the 2 resident license types, the resulting relative precision in the hunting and harvest 
estimates are generally worse. This is due to much lower actual numbers of non-resident bear survey 
respondents reporting hunting and harvest compared to residents. 

Hunting rate is the percent of responding bear license holders reporting effort hunting for bear. It is an 
estimate of the percent of license holders actively hunting bear. The hunting rate for resident holders of 
the “stand alone” bear license (RBear) is higher than that for resident holders of the “Sportsperson with 
Bear” (RSports) license. Those buying the Sportsperson with Bear license have significantly less 
inclination to actively hunt black bear. Non-resident holders of a bear license report active hunting at 
much higher rates than resident holders. The estimates of active bear hunters presented in Table 1, 
and the tables of hunting and harvest statistics presented in the body of this report, were derived by 
multiplying the expansion factor for a given residency specific license type times the corresponding 
tally of respondents reporting bear hunting. 


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Definitions of Black Bear Hunting and Harvest Statistics 

Statistics Presented in the Hunting Effort and Harvest Success Tables: 

• Hunters: Point estimate of number of active black bear hunters. 

• Hunters Low Bnd: Lower bound of 80% confidence interval on hunters. 

• Hunters Up Bnd: Upper bound of 80% confidence interval on hunters. 

• Hunter Days: Point estimate of number of days or partial days spent hunting for bears. 

• HDays Low Bnd: Lower bound of 80% confidence interval on hunter days. 

• HDays Up Bnd: Upper bound of 80% confidence interval on hunter days. 

• Days/Hunter: Hunter days divided by the number of hunters. An estimate of the number of days 
the average bear hunter spent bear hunting. Bear hunting effort was recorded by Season and 
District. 

• Harvest: Point estimate of number of bears harvested. Because one kill is allowed per licensed 
hunter, the harvest estimate is also the estimate of the number of successful hunters. 

• Harvest Low Bnd: Lower bound of 80% confidence interval on harvest. 

• Harvest Up Bnd: Upper bound of 80% confidence interval on harvest. 

• Percent Success: Number of successful hunters (harvest) divided by number of hunters. Percent 
of active bear hunters successful in harvesting a bear. 

• Days To Kill: Hunter days divided by harvest. An estimate of the number of days afield the 
average bear hunter would require to harvest a bear. 

• Harvest Unkn: Point estimate of number of bears harvested where sex was unknown. 

• Harvest Fem: Point estimate of number of female bears harvested. 

• Harvest Male: Point estimate of number of male bears harvested. 

• Pent Fem (% Female): An estimate of the percent of bear harvest which was female. 

• Pent Male (% Male): An estimate of the percent of bear harvest which was male. 

Statistics Presented in the Harvest by Time Period and Purpose of Hunt Tables: 

• Total Harvest: Point estimate of number of bears harvested. 

• Spring April: Estimate of spring bear harvest occurring during April (Time Period 1). 

• Spring May: Estimate of spring bear harvest occurring during May (Time Period 2). 

• Spring June: Estimate of spring bear harvest occurring during June (Time Period 3). 

• Fall Sept: Estimate of fall bear harvest occurring during September (Time Period 4). 

• Fall Oct Bfr: Estimate of fall bear harvest occurring in October before the start of the general big 
game hunting season (Time Period 5). 

• Fall Oct Aft: Estimate of fall bear harvest occurring during the first week of the general big game 
hunting season (Time Period 6). 

• Fall Nov : Estimate of fall bear harvest occurring during November after the first week of the 
general gig game hunting season (Time Period 7). 

• Pent TP 1: Percent of total harvest occurring during the first time period. 

• Pent TP 2: Percent of total harvest occurring during the second time period. 

• Pent TP 3: Percent of total harvest occurring during the third time period. 

• Pent TP 4: Percent of total harvest occurring during the fourth time period. 

• Pent TP 5: Percent of total harvest occurring during the fifth time period. 

• Pent TP 6: Percent of total harvest occurring during the sixth time period. 

• Pent TP 7: Percent of total harvest occurring during the seventh time period. 

• Non-Bear Hunt: Estimate of bear harvest taken during hunts where the reported primary purpose 
of the hunt was NOT to take a black bear. 

• Bear Hunt: Estimate of bear harvest taken during hunts where the reported primary purpose of the 
hunt was to take a black bear. 

• % Bear Hunt: Percent of harvest taken during hunts focused on harvesting a black bear. 


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Notes Applying to Black Bear Hunting and Harvest Tables 


• Undefined or missing values are presented in the report tables as -0.0.or -0. In some cases 
there is no reported bear hunting success at a particular combination of Location, Season, and 
Residency, thus ratios and percents based on harvest are undefined. 

• Out-of-range values are indicated in the tables with #####. These usually occur when the 
numerator of a ratio, relative to the denominator, is so large that the ratio is essentially 
meaningless. 

• Regarding the Harvest by Time Period tables. If the harvest estimate was zero for a particular 
combination of Location, Season, and Residency, then that row was not output to these tables. 

• Page numbers in the lower right hand corner of each page indicate the consecutive page number 
in the report. Page numbers in the upper right of each table title header indicate a page within a 
given table. Each table will have numbered consecutive pages. 

• The date printed in the table title headers, September 14, 2004, indicates the date the 
presented estimates of license year 2003 hunting and harvest were generated, and were 
assembled into the existing “across years” data table. This provides a version stamp in the event 
the statistics are regenerated at a later date using altered source data or modified analysis 
techniques. 


Appendix A: The Black Bear Hunting and Harvest Statistics Data File Description 

Black bear license sales figures, expansion factors used in analysis, statistical estimates of bear 
hunting and harvest, and confidence bounds on the estimates, for all computed combinations and 
levels of Location, Season, and Residency, for License Years 1996 through 2003, are stored in the 
Harvest Surveys Hunting and Harvest Statistics Database. A copy of the “across year” black bear 
hunting and harvest statistics data table is available as a comma separated value (CSV) text file. This 
file is described in Appendix A. 


Additional Black Bear Hunting and Harvest Information Sources 

The following additional information resources related to Black Bear hunting and harvest in Montana 
are available from FWP Harvest Surveys: 

• LY1996-2003 Black Bear Hunting and Harvest Statistics Data File. (See Appendix A.) 

Currently available as a CSV ASCII text files accompanied by Rich Text documents, compressed 
into a WinZip file. 

• “Plan Your Hunt” Web Hunting and Harvest Statistics Access. A simplified version of black 
bear hunting and harvest statistics, across multiple years, will be made available to the 
“Interactive Hunt Planner” section of the FWP Web site. 


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in 2019 with funding from 
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2003 

Black Bear 
Hunting and Harvest 
Report 

Tables of Statistical Estimates 

• 1996 to 2003 Overview of Hunting and Harvest 

• 2003 Hunting and Harvest 

• Hunting Effort and Harvest Success 

• Harvest by Time Period 


(Refer to the Introduction for definitions of table statistics and 
explanations of abbreviations used.) 


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1996 to 2003 Overview of Black Bear 
Hunting Effort and Harvest Success 

Statewide and Regional 
and 

Bear Management Unit (Hunting District) 

By Season of Hunt and License Year within each Location 


(Refer to the Introduction for definitions of table statistics and 
explanations of abbreviations used.) 





















Across Years Overview 


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Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks 

1996-2003 Overview of Black Bear Hunting Effort and Harvest Success 
Statewide and Regional, By Season of Hunt and License Year 






Hunter 

Days/ 


Percent 

Days to 

Harvest 

Harvest 

Harvest 

Pent 

Pent 

Loc 

Season 

Year 

Hunters 

Days 

Hunter 

Harvest 

Success 

Kill 

Unkn 

Female 

Male 

Fern 

Male 

State All 

2003 

10,125 

96,158 

9.5 

1,315 

13.0 

73.1 

8 

403 

904 

30.6 

68.8 



2002 

10,906 

101,457 

9.3 

1,199 

11.0 

84.6 

10 

302 

887 

25.2 

74.0 



2001 

10,565 

99,010 

9.4 

933 

8.8 

106.1 

5 

302 

626 

32.4 

67.1 



2000 

9,886 

91,481 

9.3 

1,112 

11.3 

82.2 

14 

322 

776 

29.0 

69.8 



1999 

10,653 

101,559 

9.5 

1,199 

11.3 

84.7 

7 

370 

822 

30.9 

68.6 



1998 

9,895 

96,270 

9.7 

1,211 

12.2 

79.5 

9 

352 

850 

29.1 

70.2 



1997 

9,193 

84,139 

9.2 

1,224 

13.3 

68.7 

14 

378 

833 

30.8 

68.0 



1996 

9,118 

87,639 

9.6 

956 

10.5 

91.7 

7 

307 

642 

32.1 

67.2 


Spring 

2003 

6,476 

41,035 

6.3 

726 

11.2 

56.5 

3 

209 

514 

28.8 

70.8 



2002 

6,872 

41,258 

6.0 

503 

7.3 

82.0 

8 

103 

392 

20.5 

77.9 



2001 

6,617 

39,278 

5.9 

476 

7.2 

82.5 

0 

133 

344 

27.8 

72.2 



2000 

6,522 

39,703 

6.1 

573 

8.8 

69.2 

5 

17 5 

394 

30.5 

68.7 



1999 

6,297 

38,743 

6.2 

572 

9.1 

67.7 

0 

17 0 

402 

29.8 

70.2 



1998 

5,791 

36,180 

6.2 

549 

9.5 

66.0 

0 

143 

406 

26.0 

74.0 



1997 

4,412 

26,966 

6.1 

361 

8.2 

74.6 

7 

127 

228 

35.1 

63.0 



1996 

5,108 

31,472 

6.2 

498 

9.7 

63.2 

0 

137 

361 

27.6 

72.4 


Fall 

2003 

6,735 

55,122 

8.2 

589 

8.7 

93.6 

5 

194 

390 

32.9 

66.2 



2002 

7,468 

60,199 

8.1 

696 

9.3 

86.4 

3 

199 

495 

28.5 

71.1 



2001 

7,317 

59,733 

8.2 

457 

6.2 

130.8 

5 

169 

282 

37.1 

61.8 



2000 

6,381 

51,779 

8.1 

539 

8.4 

96.1 

9 

147 

382 

27.4 

70.9 



1999 

7,419 

62,816 

8.5 

627 

8.4 

100.2 

7 

200 

420 

31.9 

67.0 



1998 

6,913 

60,090 

8.7 

662 

9.6 

90.7 

9 

210 

444 

31.6 

67.0 



1997 

7,002 

57,173 

8.2 

863 

12.3 

66.2 

7 

251 

605 

29.1 

70.1 



1996 

6,392 

56,168 

8.8 

458 

7.2 

122.6 

7 

17 0 

281 

37.1 

61.4 

Reg 

1 All 

2003 

4,104 

41,865 

10.2 

708 

17.3 

59.1 

3 

194 

512 

27.4 

72.3 



2002 

4,457 

42,645 

9.6 

555 

12.4 

76.9 

3 

129 

423 

23.3 

76.3 



2001 

4,469 

43,732 

9.8 

378 

8.5 

115.7 

0 

103 

275 

27.3 

72.7 



2000 

4,267 

41,163 

9.6 

497 

11.7 

82.8 

7 

143 

348 

28.7 

69.9 



1999 

4,896 

49,141 

10.0 

638 

13.0 

77.0 

0 

211 

427 

33.1 

66.9 



1998 

4,627 

48,713 

10.5 

749 

16.2 

65.0 

7 

219 

524 

29.2 

69.9 



1997 

4,187 

41,520 

9.9 

746 

17.8 

55.7 

9 

216 

521 

28.9 

69.8 



1996 

4,092 

40,811 

10.0 

528 

12.9 

77.3 

2 

147 

379 

27.8 

71.8 


Spring 

2003 

2,677 

18,439 

6.9 

382 

14.3 

48.2 

0 

88 

295 

23.0 

77.0 



2002 

2,946 

17,691 

6.0 

214 

7.3 

82.6 

0 

39 

17 5 

18.1 

81.9 



2001 

2,836 

17,445 

6.2 

192 

6.8 

91.1 

0 

39 

152 

20.5 

79.5 



2000 

2,998 

19,033 

6.3 

299 

10.0 

63.6 

2 

81 

216 

26.9 

72.3 



1999 

2,936 

18,689 

6.4 

341 

11.6 

54.9 

0 

109 

232 

32.0 

68.0 



1998 

2,620 

18,177 

6.9 

335 

12.8 

54.3 

0 

89 

245 

26.7 

73.3 



1997 

2,008 

13,316 

6.6 

204 

10.2 

65.3 

5 

63 

136 

31.0 

66.7 



1996 

2,305 

14,794 

6.4 

258 

11.2 

57.3 

0 

70 

188 

27.0 

73.0 


Fall 

2003 

2,719 

23,426 

8.6 

326 

12.0 

71.9 

3 

106 

217 

32.5 

66.7 



2002 

2,917 

24,955 

8.6 

341 

11.7 

73.3 

3 

90 

248 

26.5 

72.7 



2001 

3,049 

26,287 

8.6 

187 

6.1 

140.9 

0 

64 

123 

34.2 

65.8 



2000 

2,609 

22,130 

8.5 

198 

7.6 

111.7 

5 

62 

131 

31.4 

66.3 



1999 

3,345 

30,452 

9.1 

297 

8.9 

102.4 

0 

102 

195 

34.4 

65.6 



1998 

3,325 

30,536 

9.2 

415 

12.5 

73.6 

7 

129 

279 

31.2 

67.2 



1997 

3,249 

28,204 

8.7 

542 

16.7 

52.1 

5 

152 

385 

28.1 

71.0 



1996 

2,889 

26,017 

9.0 

270 

9.3 

96.4 

2 

77 

191 

28.4 

70.7 

Reg 

2 All 

2003 

1,791 

16,630 

9.3 

163 

9.1 

102.1 

3 

54 

106 

33.3 

65.1 



2002 

1, 888 

19,024 

10.1 

155 

8.2 

122.9 

0 

41 

114 

26.7 

73.3 



2001 

1, 606 

15,888 

9.9 

128 

8.0 

124.4 

0 

47 

81 

36.5 

63.5 



2000 

1, 614 

15,086 

9.3 

177 

11.0 

85.1 

7 

48 

122 

27.3 

68.8 



1999 

1,780 

15,905 

8.9 

166 

9.3 

95.9 

0 

59 

107 

35.6 

64.4 



1998 

1,724 

15,236 

8.8 

129 

7.5 

117.8 

0 

29 

100 

22.4 

77.6 



1997 

1,489 

14,423 

9.7 

117 

7.9 

123.0 

2 

38 

77 

32.0 

66.0 



1996 

1,752 

17,650 

10.1 

133 

7.6 

133.1 

2 

60 

70 

45.6 

52.6 


Spring 

2003 

1,008 

5,461 

5.4 

62 

6.2 

88.0 

0 

18 

44 

29.2 

70.8 



2002 

1,019 

6,165 

6.1 

52 

5.1 

119.5 

0 

15 

36 

30.0 

70.0 



2001 

901 

5,389 

6.0 

49 

5.4 

109.8 

0 

12 

37 

25.0 

75.0 



2000 

965 

5,554 

5.8 

74 

7.6 

75.4 

2 

25 

46 

34.4 

62.5 



1999 

949 

5,611 

5.9 

57 

6.0 

98.8 

0 

23 

34 

40.0 

60.0 



1998 

912 

5,020 

5.5 

36 

3.9 

140.7 

0 

4 

31 

12.5 

87.5 



1997 

542 

3,680 

6.8 

30 

5.6 

120.7 

0 

16 

14 

53.8 

46.2 



1996 

784 

5,501 

7.0 

56 

7.1 

98.5 

0 

23 

33 

41.7 

58.3 


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- Harvest S 

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, 2004 


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1996-2003 Overview of Black Bear Hunting Effort and Harvest Success 
Statewide and Regional, By Season of Hunt and License Year 


Hunter Days/ Percent Days to Harvest Harvest Harvest Pent 

Loc Season Year Hunters Days Hunter Harvest Success Kill Unkn Female Male Fern 


Pent 

Male 


Reg 

2 

Fall 

2003 

1,279 

11,169 

8.7 

101 

7.9 

110.8 

3 

36 

62 

35.9 

61.5 




2002 

1,439 

12,859 

8.9 

103 

7.2 

124.6 

0 

26 

77 

25.0 

75.0 




2001 

1,198 

10,499 

8.8 

79 

6.6 

133.6 

0 

34 

44 

43.8 

56.3 




2000 

1,094 

9,531 

8.7 

104 

9.5 

92.0 

5 

23 

76 

22.2 

73.3 




1999 

1,281 

10,294 

8.0 

109 

8.5 

94.4 

0 

36 

73 

33.3 

66.7 




1998 

1,249 

10,216 

8.2 

94 

7.5 

109.1 

0 

25 

69 

26.2 

73.8 




1997 

1,239 

10,743 

8.7 

87 

7.0 

123.8 

2 

21 

63 

24.3 

73.0 




1996 

1,349 

12,149 

9.0 

77 

5.7 

158.3 

2 

37 

37 

48.5 

48.5 

Reg 

3 

All 

2003 

2,421 

19,909 

8.2 

251 

10.4 

79.4 

0 

85 

165 

34.0 

66.0 




2002 

2,678 

22,151 

8.3 

250 

9.3 

88.5 

3 

62 

186 

24.7 

74.2 




2001 

2,539 

21,688 

8.5 

174 

6.9 

124.4 

0 

66 

108 

38.0 

62.0 




2000 

2,365 

19,961 

8.4 

205 

8.7 

97.4 

0 

74 

131 

36.0 

64.0 




1999 

2,480 

20,297 

8.2 

17 9 

7.2 

113.1 

5 

50 

125 

27.8 

69.6 




1998 

2,087 

17,760 

8.5 

138 

6.6 

128.5 

0 

51 

87 

37.1 

62.9 




1997 

2,034 

14,993 

7.4 

129 

6.3 

116.2 

0 

52 

77 

40.0 

60.0 




1996 

2,105 

16,901 

8.0 

140 

6.6 

121.1 

0 

44 

95 

31.7 

68.3 



Spring 

2003 

1,478 

9,009 

6.1 

183 

12.4 

49.1 

0 

67 

116 

36.6 

63.4 




2002 

1,574 

9,477 

6.0 

137 

8.7 

69.3 

3 

26 

108 

18.9 

79.2 




2001 

1,441 

8,503 

5.9 

108 

7.5 

78.7 

0 

34 

74 

31.8 

68.2 




2000 

1,398 

8,371 

6.0 

88 

6.3 

95.7 

0 

30 

58 

34.2 

65.8 




1999 

1,315 

7,460 

5.7 

95 

7.3 

78.2 

0 

27 

68 

28.6 

71.4 




1998 

1,142 

6,427 

5.6 

71 

6.3 

90.1 

0 

25 

47 

34.4 

65.6 




1997 

938 

5,083 

5.4 

38 

4.0 

135.4 

0 

16 

21 

43.8 

56.3 




1996 

1,091 

6,271 

5.7 

95 

8.7 

65.8 

0 

21 

74 

22.0 

78.0 



Fall 

2003 

1,509 

10,900 

7.2 

67 

4.5 

162.2 

0 

18 

49 

26.9 

73.1 




2002 

1,816 

12,673 

7.0 

114 

6.3 

111.7 

0 

36 

77 

31.8 

68.2 




2001 

1,790 

13,185 

7.4 

66 

3.7 

198.9 

0 

32 

34 

48.1 

51.9 




2000 

1,575 

11,590 

7.4 

117 

7.5 

98.7 

0 

44 

74 

37.3 

62.7 




1999 

1,737 

12,837 

7.4 

84 

4.8 

152.8 

5 

23 

57 

27.0 

67.6 




1998 

1,443 

11,333 

7.9 

67 

4.6 

169.4 

0 

27 

40 

40.0 

60.0 




1997 

1,480 

9,910 

6.7 

91 

6.2 

108.3 

0 

35 

56 

38.5 

61.5 




1996 

1,456 

10,630 

7.3 

44 

3.0 

240.5 

0 

23 

21 

52.6 

47.4 

Reg 

4 

All 

2003 

1,698 

11,683 

6.9 

114 

6.7 

102.8 

3 

34 

78 

29.5 

68.2 




2002 

1,677 

11,554 

6.9 

157 

9.4 

73.4 

3 

52 

103 

32.8 

65.6 




2001 

1,775 

12,247 

6.9 

174 

9.8 

70.3 

5 

59 

110 

33.8 

63.4 




2000 

1,506 

10,243 

6.8 

159 

10.6 

64.5 

0 

39 

120 

24.6 

75.4 




1999 

1,556 

10,977 

7.1 

161 

10.4 

68.1 

2 

41 

118 

25.4 

73.2 




1998 

1,434 

9,141 

6.4 

125 

8.7 

73.2 

2 

36 

87 

28.6 

69.6 




1997 

1,457 

9,507 

6.5 

164 

11.3 

57.9 

0 

56 

108 

34.3 

65.7 




1996 

1,282 

8,946 

7.0 

109 

8.5 

81.8 

2 

40 

67 

36.2 

61.7 



Spring 

2003 

1,016 

4,778 

4.7 

57 

5.6 

84.0 

3 

18 

36 

31.8 

63.6 




2002 

893 

4,525 

5.1 

59 

6.6 

76.3 

3 

13 

44 

21.7 

73.9 




2001 

1,041 

4,930 

4.7 

79 

7.5 

62.8 

0 

32 

47 

40.6 

59.4 




2000 

850 

4,090 

4.8 

53 

6.2 

77.2 

0 

23 

30 

43.5 

56.5 




1999 

808 

4,081 

5.0 

39 

4.8 

105.7 

0 

5 

34 

11.8 

88.2 




1998 

792 

3,506 

4.4 

49 

6.2 

71.5 

0 

11 

38 

22.7 

77.3 




1997 

671 

2,970 

4.4 

47 

7.0 

63.3 

0 

16 

30 

35.0 

65.0 




1996 

658 

2,956 

4.5 

56 

8.5 

53.0 

0 

16 

40 

29.2 

70.8 



Fall 

2003 

1,194 

6,905 

5.8 

57 

4.8 

121.5 

0 

16 

41 

27.3 

72.7 




2002 

1,233 

7,029 

5.7 

98 

7.9 

71.7 

0 

39 

59 

39.5 

60.5 




2001 

1,176 

7,317 

6.2 

96 

8.1 

76.4 

5 

27 

64 

28.2 

66.7 




2000 

1,032 

6,153 

6.0 

106 

10.3 

58.1 

0 

16 

90 

15.2 

84.8 




1999 

1,117 

6,897 

6.2 

123 

11.0 

56.2 

2 

36 

84 

29.6 

68.5 




1998 

966 

5,635 

5.8 

76 

7.9 

74.3 

2 

25 

49 

32.4 

64.7 




1997 

1,098 

6,537 

6.0 

117 

10.7 

55.7 

0 

40 

77 

34.0 

66.0 




1996 

900 

5,990 

6.7 

53 

5.9 

112.0 

2 

23 

28 

43.5 

52.2 

Reg 

5 

All 

2003 

775 

5,096 

6.6 

78 

10.0 

65.7 

0 

36 

41 

46.7 

53.3 




2002 

939 

5,734 

6.1 

77 

8.2 

74.1 

3 

18 

57 

23.3 

73.3 




2001 

835 

4,903 

5.9 

74 

8.8 

66.6 

0 

25 

49 

33.3 

66.7 




2000 

813 

4,834 

5.9 

71 

8.8 

67 .7 

0 

18 

53 

25.8 

74.2 




1999 

790 

4,925 

6.2 

48 

6.0 

103.3 

0 

5 

43 

9.5 

90.5 




1998 

707 

4,168 

5.9 

60 

8.5 

69.2 

0 

16 

45 

25.9 

74.1 




1997 

631 

3,167 

5.0 

61 

9.7 

51.9 

0 

16 

45 

26.9 

73.1 




1996 

568 

3,096 

5.5 

44 

7.8 

70.1 

0 

16 

28 

36.8 

63.2 



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e ana Pa; 

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Haives! Surv 

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Filing & 

Harvest Re 

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Statewide and Regional, By Season of Hunt and License Year 





Hunter Days/ 


Percent 

Days to 

Harvest 

Harvest 

Harvest 

Pent 

Pent 

Loc Season 

Year 

Hunters 

Days 

Hunter 

Harvest 

Success 

Kill 

Unkn 

Female 

Male 

Fern 

Male 

Reg 5 Spring 

2003 

553 

2,897 

5.2 

41 

7.5 

70.1 

0 

18 

23 

43.8 

56.3 


2002 

707 

3,299 

4.7 

41 

5.8 

79.9 

3 

10 

28 

25.0 

68.8 


2001 

638 

2,836 

4.4 

47 

7.3 

60.8 

0 

15 

32 

31.6 

68.4 


2000 

585 

2,570 

4.4 

58 

9.8 

44.6 

0 

16 

41 

28.0 

72.0 


1999 

593 

2,786 

4.7 

39 

6.5 

72.2 

0 

5 

34 

11.8 

88.2 


1998 

569 

2,629 

4.6 

49 

8.6 

53.6 

0 

11 

38 

22.7 

77.3 


1997 

427 

1,799 

4.2 

38 

8.8 

47.9 

0 

14 

23 

37.5 

62.5 


1996 

442 

1, 859 

4.2 

30 

6.8 

61.5 

0 

7 

23 

23.1 

76.9 

Fall 

2003 

375 

2,199 

5.9 

36 

9.7 

60.8 

0 

18 

18 

50.0 

50.0 


2002 

449 

2,435 

5.4 

36 

8.0 

67.4 

0 

8 

28 

21.4 

78.6 


2001 

390 

2,067 

5.3 

27 

6.9 

76.5 

0 

10 

17 

36.4 

63.6 


2000 

385 

2,264 

5.9 

14 

3.6 

163.8 

0 

2 

12 

16.7 

83.3 


1999 

357 

2,13 9 

6.0 

9 

2.5 

235.5 

0 

0 

9 

0.0 

100.0 


1998 

256 

1,539 

6.0 

11 

4.3 

138.0 

0 

4 

7 

40.0 

60.0 


1997 

284 

1,368 

4.8 

23 

8.3 

58.3 

0 

2 

21 

10.0 

90.0 


1996 

230 

1,237 

5.4 

14 

6.1 

88.7 

0 

9 

5 

66.7 

33.3 

Reg U All 

2003 

98 

974 

9.9 

3 

2.6 

377.0 

0 

0 

3 

0.0 

100.0 


2002 

52 

348 

6.8 

5 

10.0 

67.5 

0 

0 

5 

0.0 

100.0 


2001 

91 

552 

6.1 

5 

5.4 

112.5 

0 

2 

2 

50.0 

50.0 


2000 

35 

196 

5.7 

2 

6.7 

85.0 

0 

0 

2 

0.0 

100.0 


1999 

43 

313 

7.3 

7 

15.8 

46.0 

0 

5 

2 

66.7 

33.3 


1998 

89 

1,253 

14.1 

9 

10.0 

140.5 

0 

2 

7 

25.0 

75.0 


1997 

54 

528 

9.8 

7 

13.0 

75.0 

2 

0 

5 

0.0 

66.7 


1996 

37 

235 

6.3 

2 

6.3 

101.0 

0 

0 

2 

0.0 

100.0 

Spring 

2003 

54 

452 

8.3 

0 

0.0 

-0.0 

0 

0 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 


2002 

26 

101 

3.9 

0 

0.0 

-0.0 

0 

0 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 


2001 

39 

174 

4.4 

2 

6.3 

71.0 

0 

0 

2 

0.0 

100.0 


2000 

18 

85 

4.6 

2 

12.5 

37.0 

0 

0 

2 

0.0 

100.0 


1999 

20 

116 

5.7 

2 

11.1 

51.0 

0 

2 

0 

100.0 

0.0 


1998 

47 

421 

9.0 

9 

19.0 

47.3 

0 

2 

7 

25.0 

75.0 


1997 

21 

117 

5.6 

5 

22.2 

25.0 

2 

0 

2 

0.0 

50.0 


1996 

16 

91 

5.6 

2 

14.3 

39.0 

0 

0 

2 

0.0 

100.0 

Fall 

2003 

70 

522 

7.5 

3 

3 .7 

202.0 

0 

0 

3 

0.0 

100.0 


2002 

36 

248 

6.9 

5 

14.3 

48.0 

0 

0 

5 

0.0 

100.0 


2001 

61 

378 

6.2 

2 

4.0 

154.0 

0 

2 

0 

100.0 

0.0 


2000 

25 

111 

4.4 

0 

0.0 

-0.0 

0 

0 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 


1999 

34 

198 

5.8 

5 

13.3 

43.5 

0 

2 

2 

50.0 

50.0 


1998 

54 

832 

15.5 

0 

0.0 

-0.0 

0 

0 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 


1997 

40 

410 

10.3 

2 

5.9 

175.0 

0 

0 

2 

0.0 

100.0 


1996 

23 

144 

6.2 

0 

0.0 

-0.0 

0 

0 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 


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1996-2003 Overview of Black Bear Hunting Effort and Harvest Success 
By Bear Management Unit, Season of Hunt, and License Year 


Loc 


100 


102 


103 




Hunter Days/ 


Percent 

Days to 

Harvest 

Harvest 

Harvest 

Pent 

Pent 

Season Year 

Hunters 

Days 

Hunter 

Harvest 

Success 

Kill 

Unkn 

Female 

Male 

Fem 

Male 

All 2003 

501 

4,212 

8.4 

101 

20.1 

41.8 

0 

23 

78 

23.1 

76.9 

2002 

580 

4,832 

8.3 

64 

11.1 

74.9 

0 

23 

41 

36.0 

64.0 

2001 

646 

4,852 

7.5 

27 

4.2 

179.6 

0 

7 

20 

27.3 

72.7 

2000 

695 

4,783 

6.9 

74 

10.6 

64.9 

5 

18 

51 

25.0 

68.8 

1999 

845 

6,068 

7.2 

86 

10.2 

70.3 

0 

25 

61 

28.9 

71.1 

1998 

825 

7,221 

8.8 

120 

14.6 

60.0 

0 

38 

83 

31.5 

68.5 

1997 

643 

4,893 

7.6 

99 

15.3 

49.7 

0 

23 

75 

23.8 

76.2 

1996 

630 

3,803 

6.0 

65 

10.3 

58.4 

0 

19 

47 

28.6 

71.4 

Spring 2003 

323 

1, 912 

5.9 

62 

19.2 

30.8 

0 

16 

47 

25.0 

75.0 

2002 

384 

1,875 

4.9 

26 

6.7 

72.7 

0 

13 

13 

50.0 

50.0 

2001 

435 

2,215 

5.1 

15 

3.4 

150.3 

0 

2 

12 

16.7 

83.3 

2000 

486 

2,208 

4.5 

48 

10.0 

45.7 

2 

14 

32 

28.6 

66.7 

1999 

565 

2,657 

4.7 

59 

10.4 

45.0 

0 

20 

39 

34.6 

65.4 

1998 

493 

2,549 

5.2 

80 

16.3 

31.8 

0 

29 

51 

36.1 

63.9 

1997 

296 

1, 590 

5.4 

23 

7.9 

67.8 

0 

5 

19 

20.0 

80.0 

1996 

358 

1,556 

4.3 

30 

8.4 

51.5 

0 

12 

19 

38.5 

61.5 

Fall 2003 

308 

2,300 

7.5 

39 

12.6 

59.3 

0 

8 

31 

20.0 

80.0 

2002 

359 

2,956 

8.2 

39 

10.8 

76.4 

0 

10 

28 

26.7 

73.3 

2001 

376 

2,637 

7.0 

12 

3.3 

214.8 

0 

5 

7 

40.0 

60.0 

2000 

385 

2,575 

6.7 

25 

6.6 

101.6 

2 

5 

18 

18.2 

72.7 

1999 

452 

3,411 

7.5 

27 

6.0 

125.2 

0 

5 

23 

16.7 

83.3 

1998 

537 

4,672 

8.7 

40 

7.5 

116.4 

0 

9 

31 

22.2 

77.8 

1997 

474 

3,303 

7.0 

75 

15.8 

44.0 

0 

19 

56 

25.0 

75.0 

1996 

377 

2,247 

6.0 

35 

9.3 

64.4 

0 

7 

28 

20.0 

80.0 

All 2003 

561 

4,729 

8.4 

41 

7.4 

114.4 

0 

16 

26 

37.5 

62.5 

2002 

557 

4,321 

7.8 

57 

10.2 

76.1 

0 

13 

44 

22.7 

77.3 

2001 

626 

5,276 

8.4 

44 

7.1 

119.4 

0 

12 

32 

27.8 

72.2 

2000 

622 

4,700 

7.6 

58 

9.3 

81.6 

0 

14 

44 

24.0 

76.0 

1999 

976 

6,844 

7.0 

73 

7.4 

94.2 

0 

27 

45 

37.5 

62.5 

1998 

689 

5,526 

8.0 

62 

9.1 

88.5 

0 

18 

45 

28.6 

71.4 

1997 

685 

5,292 

7.7 

91 

13.4 

57.8 

0 

23 

68 

25.6 

74.4 

1996 

442 

3,361 

7.6 

26 

5.8 

131.4 

0 

7 

19 

27.3 

72.7 

Spring 2003 

318 

1,615 

5.1 

18 

5.7 

89.3 

0 

5 

13 

28.6 

71.4 

2002 

315 

1,491 

4.7 

18 

5.7 

82.6 

0 

5 

13 

28.6 

71.4 

2001 

329 

1,716 

5.2 

22 

6.7 

77.7 

0 

5 

17 

22.2 

77.8 

2000 

433 

1, 976 

4.6 

18 

4.3 

107.3 

0 

0 

18 

0.0 

100.0 

1999 

497 

2,266 

4.6 

20 

4.1 

110.9 

0 

5 

16 

22.2 

77.8 

1998 

352 

1,753 

5.0 

22 

6.3 

78.6 

0 

4 

18 

20.0 

80.0 

1997 

279 

1,480 

5.3 

12 

4.2 

126.2 

0 

2 

9 

20.0 

80.0 

1996 

195 

996 

5.1 

9 

4.8 

107.0 

0 

2 

7 

25.0 

75.0 

Fall 2003 

419 

3,114 

7.4 

23 

5.6 

133.9 

0 

10 

13 

44.4 

55.6 

2002 

374 

2,830 

7.6 

39 

10.3 

73.1 

0 

8 

31 

20.0 

80.0 

2001 

457 

3,560 

7.8 

22 

4.8 

161.1 

0 

7 

15 

33.3 

66.7 

2000 

373 

2,724 

7.3 

39 

10.5 

69.6 

0 

14 

25 

35.3 

64.7 

1999 

715 

4,578 

6.4 

52 

7.3 

87.7 

0 

23 

30 

43.5 

56.5 

1998 

493 

3,773 

7.7 

40 

8.1 

94.0 

0 

13 

27 

33.3 

66.7 

1997 

547 

3,812 

7.0 

80 

14.6 

47.8 

0 

21 

59 

26.5 

73.5 

1996 

344 

2,366 

6.9 

16 

4.7 

145.3 

0 

5 

12 

28.6 

71.4 

All 2003 

501 

4,365 

8.7 

72 

14.4 

60.3 

0 

23 

49 

32.1 

67.9 

2002 

573 

4,367 

7.6 

41 

7.2 

105.8 

0 

5 

36 

12.5 

87.5 

2001 

587 

4,243 

7.2 

39 

6.7 

108.0 

0 

15 

25 

37.5 

62.5 

2000 

495 

3,083 

6.2 

37 

7.4 

83.7 

0 

7 

30 

18.8 

81.3 

1999 

636 

5,078 

8.0 

55 

8.6 

93.2 

0 

18 

36 

33.3 

66.7 

1998 

622 

4,536 

7.3 

54 

8.6 

84.8 

2 

9 

42 

16.7 

79.2 

1997 

650 

5,214 

8.0 

89 

13.7 

58.5 

0 

28 

61 

31.6 

68.4 

1996 

623 

4,245 

6.8 

58 

9.3 

73.0 

0 

16 

42 

28.0 

72.0 

Spring 2003 

349 

2,620 

7.5 

36 

10.4 

72.4 

0 

5 

31 

14.3 

85.7 

2002 

418 

2,337 

5.6 

15 

3.7 

151.0 

0 

0 

15 

0.0 

100.0 

2001 

376 

2,104 

5.6 

12 

3.3 

171.4 

0 

2 

10 

20.0 

80.0 

2000 

385 

1,798 

4.7 

23 

6.0 

78.1 

0 

5 

18 

20.0 

80.0 

1999 

404 

2,509 

6.2 

36 

9.0 

69.1 

0 

9 

27 

25.0 

75.0 

1998 

408 

2,125 

5.2 

27 

6.6 

79.4 

0 

9 

18 

33.3 

66.7 

1997 

368 

2,200 

6.0 

35 

9.6 

62.5 

0 

5 

30 

13.3 

86.7 

1996 

347 

1,812 

5.2 

30 

8.7 

59.9 

0 

0 

30 

0.0 

100.0 


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1996-2003 Overview of Black Bear Hunting Effort and Harvest Success 
By Bear Management Unit, Season of Hunt, and License Year 






Hunter 

Days/ 


Percent 

Days to 

Harvest 

Harvest 

Harvest 

Pent 

Pent 

Loc 

Season 

Year 

Hunters 

Days 

Hunter 

Harvest 

Success 

Kill 

Unkn 

Female 

Male 

Fern 

Male 

103 

Fall 

2003 

269 

1,744 

6.5 

36 

13.5 

48.2 

0 

18 

18 

50.0 

50.0 



2002 

328 

2,030 

6.2 

26 

7.9 

78.7 

0 

5 

21 

20.0 

80.0 



2001 

334 

2,139 

6.4 

27 

8.1 

79.2 

0 

12 

15 

45.5 

54.5 



2000 

219 

1,285 

5.9 

14 

6.3 

93.0 

0 

2 

12 

16.7 

83.3 



1999 

368 

2,568 

7.0 

18 

4.9 

141.4 

0 

9 

9 

50.0 

50.0 



1998 

370 

2,411 

6.5 

27 

7.2 

90.1 

2 

0 

25 

0.0 

91.7 



1997 

448 

3,014 

6.7 

54 

12.0 

55.9 

0 

23 

30 

43.5 

56.5 



1996 

393 

2,433 

6.2 

28 

7.1 

87.2 

0 

16 

12 

58.3 

41.7 

104 

All 

2003 

532 

4,083 

7.7 

67 

12.6 

60.8 

0 

28 

39 

42.3 

57.7 



2002 

722 

5,267 

7.3 

103 

14.3 

51.0 

0 

28 

75 

27.5 

72.5 



2001 

756 

5,537 

7.3 

34 

4.5 

161.1 

0 

10 

25 

28.6 

71.4 



2000 

870 

6,271 

7.2 

83 

9.5 

75.6 

0 

25 

58 

30.6 

69.4 



1999 

756 

4,944 

6.5 

93 

12.3 

53.1 

0 

36 

57 

39.0 

61.0 



1998 

711 

5,680 

8.0 

112 

15.7 

50.9 

0 

31 

80 

28.0 

72.0 



1997 

593 

4,241 

7.1 

84 

14.2 

50.2 

0 

26 

59 

30.6 

69.4 



1996 

661 

4,894 

7.4 

67 

10.2 

72.6 

0 

21 

47 

31.0 

69.0 


Spring 

2003 

305 

1,708 

5.6 

34 

11.0 

50.8 

0 

10 

23 

30.8 

69.2 



2002 

431 

1, 940 

4.5 

34 

7.8 

57.8 

0 

10 

23 

30.8 

69.2 



2001 

454 

2,283 

5.0 

17 

3.8 

132.9 

0 

2 

15 

14.3 

85.7 



2000 

599 

2,929 

4.9 

46 

7.7 

63.6 

0 

12 

35 

25.0 

75.0 



1999 

413 

1, 867 

4.5 

50 

12.1 

37.4 

0 

18 

32 

36.4 

63.6 



1998 

390 

1, 860 

4.8 

60 

15.4 

30.9 

0 

16 

45 

25.9 

74.1 



1997 

263 

1,421 

5.4 

26 

9.8 

55.1 

0 

7 

19 

27.3 

72.7 



1996 

342 

1,786 

5.2 

30 

8.8 

59.1 

0 

5 

26 

15.4 

84.6 


Fall 

2003 

351 

2,375 

6.8 

34 

9.6 

70.7 

0 

18 

16 

53.8 

46.2 



2002 

459 

3,328 

7.2 

70 

15.2 

47.8 

0 

18 

52 

25.9 

74.1 



2001 

484 

3,253 

6.7 

17 

3.6 

189.3 

0 

7 

10 

42.9 

57.1 



2000 

490 

3,341 

6.8 

37 

7.5 

90.7 

0 

14 

23 

37.5 

62.5 



1999 

466 

3,077 

6.6 

43 

9.3 

71.3 

0 

18 

25 

42.1 

57.9 



1998 

473 

3,820 

8.1 

51 

10.8 

74.5 

0 

16 

36 

30.4 

69.6 



1997 

443 

2,819 

6.4 

59 

13.2 

48.1 

0 

19 

40 

32.0 

68.0 



1996 

440 

3,108 

7.1 

37 

8.5 

83.5 

0 

16 

21 

43.8 

56.3 

105 

All 

2003 

899 

8,301 

9.2 

134 

14.9 

61.8 

0 

21 

114 

15.4 

84.6 



2002 

967 

7,548 

7.8 

75 

7.7 

100.9 

0 

26 

49 

34.5 

65.5 



2001 

972 

8,734 

9.0 

86 

8.8 

101.6 

0 

25 

61 

28.6 

71.4 



2000 

799 

6,167 

7.7 

64 

8.1 

95.6 

0 

28 

37 

42.9 

57.1 



1999 

1,024 

8,264 

8.1 

95 

9.3 

86.6 

0 

36 

59 

38.1 

61.9 



1998 

838 

6,514 

7.8 

89 

10.6 

73.0 

0 

25 

65 

27.5 

72.5 



1997 

889 

7,354 

8.3 

117 

13.2 

62.7 

0 

26 

91 

22.0 

78.0 



1996 

858 

7,174 

8.4 

70 

8.1 

102.8 

0 

21 

49 

30.0 

70.0 


Spring 

2003 

501 

3,021 

6.0 

70 

13.9 

43.3 

0 

8 

62 

11.1 

88.9 



2002 

568 

2,770 

4.9 

23 

4.1 

119.3 

0 

5 

18 

22.2 

77.8 



2001 

545 

3,003 

5.5 

32 

5.9 

94.1 

0 

7 

25 

23.1 

76.9 



2000 

509 

2,457 

4.8 

39 

7.7 

62.8 

0 

16 

23 

41.2 

58.8 



1999 

520 

2,568 

4.9 

34 

6.6 

75.4 

0 

18 

16 

53.3 

46.7 



1998 

471 

2,377 

5.1 

40 

8.5 

59.2 

0 

7 

33 

16.7 

83.3 



1997 

371 

2,041 

5.5 

14 

3.8 

145.0 

0 

5 

9 

33.3 

66.7 



1996 

412 

2,026 

4.9 

26 

6.2 

79.2 

0 

7 

19 

27.3 

72.7 


Fall 

2003 

651 

5,280 

8.1 

65 

9.9 

81.7 

0 

13 

52 

20.0 

80.0 



2002 

658 

4,777 

7.3 

52 

7.8 

92.6 

0 

21 

31 

40.0 

60.0 



2001 

710 

5,731 

8.1 

54 

7.6 

106.1 

0 

17 

37 

31.8 

68.2 



2000 

548 

3,710 

6.8 

25 

4.6 

146.5 

0 

12 

14 

45.5 

54.5 



1999 

781 

5,695 

7.3 

61 

7.8 

92.9 

0 

18 

43 

29.6 

70.4 



1998 

602 

4,137 

6.9 

49 

8.1 

84.3 

0 

18 

31 

36.4 

63.6 



1997 

708 

5,313 

7.5 

103 

14.6 

51.5 

0 

21 

82 

20.5 

79.5 



1996 

661 

5,148 

7.8 

44 

6.7 

116.5 

0 

14 

30 

31.6 

68.4 

106 

All 

2003 

822 

6,864 

8.4 

93 

11.3 

73.8 

0 

28 

65 

30.6 

69.4 



2002 

805 

5,951 

7.4 

64 

8.0 

92.3 

0 

5 

59 

8.0 

92.0 



2001 

850 

6,214 

7.3 

81 

9.5 

76.7 

0 

12 

69 

15.2 

84.8 



2000 

834 

6,204 

7.4 

92 

11.0 

67.4 

0 

25 

67 

27.5 

72.5 



1999 

1,008 

7,283 

7.2 

118 

11.7 

61.7 

0 

30 

89 

25.0 

75.0 



1998 

881 

6,996 

7.9 

105 

11.9 

66.7 

0 

29 

76 

27.7 

72.3 



1997 

788 

5,824 

7.4 

89 

11.3 

65.3 

2 

26 

61 

28.9 

68.4 



1996 

900 

7,578 

8.4 

137 

15.2 

55.2 

0 

42 

95 

30.5 

69.5 


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1996-2003 Overview of Black Bear Hunting Effort and Harvest Success 
By Bear Management Unit, Season of Hunt, and License Year 


page 3 


Loc 


106 


107 


108 





Hunter 

Days/ 


Percent 

Days to 

Harvest 

Harvest 

Harvest 

Pent 

Pent 

Season 

Year 

Hunters 

Days 

Hunter 

Harvest 

Success 

Kill 

Unkn 


Female 

Male 

Fem 

Male 

Spring 

2003 

607 

3,719 

6.1 

65 

10.6 

57.6 


0 

18 

47 

28.0 

72.0 


2002 

609 

3,253 

5.3 

44 

7.2 

74.2 


0 

3 

41 

5.9 

94.1 


2001 

575 

2,964 

5.2 

56 

9.8 

52.5 


0 

10 

47 

17.4 

82.6 


2000 

645 

3,661 

5.7 

71 

11.1 

51.3 


0 

18 

53 

25.8 

74.2 


1999 

681 

3,538 

5.2 

98 

14.3 

36.2 


0 

25 

73 

25.6 

74.4 


1998 

562 

3,238 

5.8 

47 

8.3 

69.1 


0 

11 

36 

23.8 

76.2 


1997 

462 

2,203 

4.8 

52 

11.2 

42.7 


2 

19 

30 

36.4 

59.1 


1996 

600 

3,582 

6.0 

102 

17.1 

35.0 


0 

33 

70 

31.8 

68.2 

Fall 

2003 

429 

3,145 

7.3 

28 

6.6 

110.6 


0 

10 

18 

36.4 

63.6 


2002 

379 

2,698 

7.1 

21 

5.4 

130.8 


0 

3 

18 

12.5 

87.5 


2001 

491 

3,251 

6.6 

25 

5.0 

132.4 


0 

2 

22 

10.0 

90.0 


2000 

391 

2,542 

6.5 

21 

5.3 

122.7 


0 

7 

14 

33.3 

66.7 


1999 

552 

3,745 

6.8 

20 

3.7 

183.2 


0 

5 

16 

22.2 

77.8 


1998 

544 

3,758 

6.9 

58 

10.7 

64.8 


0 

18 

40 

30.8 

69.2 


1997 

502 

3,622 

7.2 

38 

7.5 

96.5 


0 

7 

30 

18.8 

81.3 


1996 

493 

3,996 

8.1 

35 

7.1 

114.5 


0 

9 

26 

26.7 

73.3 

All 

2003 

70 

468 

6.7 

5 

7.4 

90.5 


0 

3 

3 

50.0 

50.0 


2002 

59 

304 

5.1 

0 

0.0 

-0.0 


0 

0 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 


2001 

110 

702 

6.4 

12 

11.1 

57.2 


0 

5 

7 

40.0 

60.0 


2000 

120 

870 

7.3 

9 

7.7 

94.5 


0 

2 

7 

25.0 

75.0 


1999 

132 

852 

6.5 

9 

6.9 

93.7 


0 

0 

9 

0.0 

100.0 


1998 

114 

725 

6.4 

4 

3.9 

162.5 


0 

0 

4 

0.0 

100.0 


1997 

99 

661 

6.7 

12 

11.9 

56.4 


0 

2 

9 

20.0 

80.0 


1996 

147 

1,014 

6.9 

19 

12.7 

54.5 


0 

7 

12 

37.5 

62.5 

Spring 

2003 

21 

137 

6.6 

0 

0.0 

-0.0 


0 

0 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 


2002 

31 

111 

3.6 

0 

0.0 

-0.0 


0 

0 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 


2001 

47 

194 

4.2 

2 

5.3 

79.0 


0 

0 

2 

0.0 

100.0 


2000 

51 

283 

5.6 

5 

9.1 

61.5 


0 

0 

5 

0.0 

100.0 


1999 

55 

257 

4.7 

7 

12.5 

37.7 


0 

0 

7 

0.0 

100.0 


1998 

47 

219 

4.7 

0 

0.0 

-0.0 


0 

0 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 


1997 

28 

108 

3.8 

2 

8.3 

46.0 


0 

2 

0 

100.0 

0.0 


1996 

37 

207 

5.6 

9 

25.0 

22.2 


0 

5 

5 

50.0 

50.0 

Fall 

2003 

59 

331 

5.6 

5 

8.7 

64.0 


0 

3 

3 

50.0 

50.0 


2002 

31 

193 

6.3 

0 

0.0 

-0.0 


0 

0 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 


2001 

74 

508 

6.9 

10 

13.3 

51.8 


0 

5 

5 

50.0 

50.0 


2000 

78 

587 

7.5 

5 

5.9 

127.5 


0 

2 

2 

50.0 

50.0 


1999 

93 

595 

6.4 

2 

2.4 

262.0 


0 

0 

2 

0.0 

100.0 


1998 

76 

506 

6.7 

4 

5.9 

113.5 


0 

0 

4 

0.0 

100.0 


1997 

82 

554 

6.7 

9 

11.4 

59.0 


0 

0 

9 

0.0 

100.0 


1996 

116 

807 

6.9 

9 

8.0 

86.7 


0 

2 

7 

25.0 

75.0 

All 

2003 

951 

7,887 

8.3 

189 

19.8 

41.8 


3 

47 

140 

24.7 

74.0 


2002 

1,081 

9,212 

8.5 

142 

13.1 

64.9 


3 

26 

114 

18.2 

80.0 


2001 

943 

7,388 

7.8 

54 

5.7 

136.8 


0 

17 

37 

31.8 

68.2 


2000 

834 

7,673 

9.2 

64 

7.7 

119.0 


2 

14 

48 

21.4 

75.0 


1999 

1, 006 

8,702 

8.7 

98 

9.7 

89.1 


0 

32 

66 

32.6 

67.4 


1998 

1,021 

8,884 

8.7 

147 

14.4 

60.4 


4 

54 

89 

36.4 

60.6 


1997 

854 

6,849 

8.0 

145 

17.0 

47.1 


7 

54 

84 

37.1 

58.1 


1996 

940 

7,681 

8.2 

79 

8.4 

97.1 


2 

14 

63 

17.6 

79.4 

Spring 

2003 

602 

3,298 

5.5 

96 

15.9 

34.5 


0 

23 

72 

24.3 

75.7 


2002 

640 

3,549 

5.5 

52 

8.1 

68.8 


0 

3 

49 

5.0 

95.0 


2001 

545 

2,760 

5.1 

34 

6.3 

80.3 


0 

10 

25 

28.6 

71.4 


2000 

578 

3,318 

5.7 

35 

6.0 

96.1 


0 

9 

25 

26.7 

73.3 


1999 

540 

2,623 

4.9 

32 

5.9 

82.5 


0 

11 

20 

35.7 

64.3 


1998 

533 

3,106 

5.8 

42 

7.9 

73.3 


0 

11 

31 

26.3 

73.7 


1997 

364 

1, 961 

5.4 

40 

11.0 

49.2 


2 

19 

19 

47.1 

47.1 


1996 

500 

2,487 

5.0 

16 

3.3 

152.7 


0 

7 

9 

42.9 

57.1 

Fall 

2003 

636 

4,590 

7.2 

93 

14.6 

49.3 


3 

23 

67 

25.0 

72.2 


2002 

764 

5,662 

7.4 

90 

11.8 

62.7 


3 

23 

64 

25.7 

71.4 


2001 

643 

4,628 

7.2 

20 

3.1 

235.6 


0 

7 

12 

37.5 

62.5 


2000 

539 

4,355 

8.1 

30 

5.6 

145.5 


2 

5 

23 

15.4 

76.9 


1999 

720 

6,079 

8.4 

66 

9.1 

92.3 


0 

20 

45 

31.0 

69.0 


1998 

743 

5,778 

7.8 

105 

14.1 

55.1 


4 

42 

58 

40.4 

55.3 


1997 

669 

4,888 

7.3 

106 

15.8 

46.3 


5 

35 

66 

33.3 

62.2 


1996 

677 

5,194 

7.7 

63 

9.3 

82.7 


2 

7 

53 

11.1 

85.2 

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By Bear Management Unit, Season of Hunt, and License Year 


Loc 


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216 


240 





Hunter 

Days/ 


Percent 

Days to 

Harvest 

Harvest 

Harvest 

Pent 

Pent 

Season 

Year 

Hunters 

Days 

Hunter 

Harvest 

Success 

Kill 

Unkn 

Female 

Male 

Fem 

Male 

All 

2003 

83 

956 

11.6 

5 

6.3 

185.0 

0 

5 

0 

100.0 

0.0 


2002 

12 9 

844 

6.5 

8 

6.0 

109.0 

0 

3 

5 

33.3 

66.7 


2001 

123 

786 

6.4 

0 

0.0 

-0.0 

0 

0 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 


2000 

173 

1,412 

8.2 

16 

9.3 

87.6 

0 

9 

7 

57.1 

42.9 


1999 

177 

1,108 

6.3 

11 

6.4 

97.6 

0 

7 

5 

60.0 

40.0 


1998 

301 

2,631 

8.7 

56 

18.5 

47.2 

0 

16 

40 

28.0 

72.0 


1997 

17 6 

1,192 

6.8 

19 

10.7 

63.5 

0 

7 

12 

37.5 

62.5 


1996 

74 

1,061 

14.3 

7 

9.4 

152.0 

0 

0 

7 

0.0 

100.0 

Spring 

2003 

57 

408 

7.2 

3 

4.5 

158.0 

0 

3 

0 

100.0 

0.0 


2002 

64 

364 

5.6 

3 

4.0 

141.0 

0 

0 

3 

0.0 

100.0 


2001 

52 

206 

4.0 

0 

0.0 

-0.0 

0 

0 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 


2000 

85 

401 

4.7 

14 

16.2 

29.0 

0 

7 

7 

50.0 

50.0 


1999 

102 

404 

4.0 

5 

4.4 

89.0 

0 

2 

2 

50.0 

50.0 


1998 

13 6 

950 

7.0 

16 

11.5 

60.9 

0 

2 

13 

14.3 

85.7 


1997 

63 

312 

4.9 

0 

0.0 

-0.0 

0 

0 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 


1996 

37 

342 

9.2 

5 

12.5 

73.5 

0 

0 

5 

0.0 

100.0 

Fall 

2003 

57 

548 

9.6 

3 

4.5 

212.0 

0 

3 

0 

100.0 

0.0 


2002 

95 

480 

5.0 

5 

5.4 

93.0 

0 

3 

3 

50.0 

50.0 


2001 

93 

579 

6.2 

0 

0.0 

-0.0 

0 

0 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 


2000 

129 

1,011 

7.8 

2 

1.8 

439.0 

0 

2 

0 

100.0 

0.0 


1999 

145 

704 

4.8 

7 

4.7 

103.3 

0 

5 

2 

66.7 

33.3 


1998 

234 

1, 681 

7.2 

40 

17.1 

41.9 

0 

13 

27 

33.3 

66.7 


1997 

145 

880 

6.0 

19 

12.9 

46.9 

0 

7 

12 

37.5 

62.5 


1996 

56 

719 

12.9 

2 

4.2 

309.0 

0 

0 

2 

0.0 

100.0 

All 

2003 

693 

5,497 

7.9 

49 

7.1 

111.9 

0 

16 

34 

31.6 

68.4 


2002 

838 

7,976 

9.5 

67 

8.0 

118.9 

0 

8 

59 

11.5 

88.5 


2001 

729 

6,939 

9.5 

59 

8.1 

117.8 

0 

22 

37 

37.5 

62.5 


2000 

714 

6,505 

9.1 

71 

10.0 

91.1 

5 

16 

51 

22.6 

71.0 


1999 

806 

6,649 

8.2 

73 

9.0 

91.5 

0 

30 

43 

40.6 

59.4 


1998 

682 

5,898 

8.6 

31 

4.6 

188.9 

0 

7 

25 

21.4 

78.6 


1997 

645 

5,022 

7.8 

49 

7.6 

102.0 

0 

16 

33 

33.3 

66.7 


1996 

835 

7,222 

8.6 

44 

5.3 

163.4 

2 

16 

26 

36.8 

57.9 

Spring 

2003 

377 

1,943 

5.2 

26 

6.8 

75.2 

0 

5 

21 

20.0 

80.0 


2002 

451 

2,732 

6.1 

23 

5.1 

117.7 

0 

5 

18 

22.2 

77.8 


2001 

425 

2,421 

5.7 

39 

9.2 

61.6 

0 

12 

27 

31.3 

68.8 


2000 

403 

2,218 

5.5 

32 

8.0 

68.8 

2 

9 

21 

28.6 

64.3 


1999 

441 

2,375 

5.4 

27 

6.2 

87.2 

0 

14 

14 

50.0 

50.0 


1998 

377 

2,123 

5.6 

11 

3.0 

190.4 

0 

2 

9 

20.0 

80.0 


1997 

265 

1,328 

5.0 

16 

6.2 

80.9 

0 

12 

5 

71.4 

28.6 


1996 

361 

2,086 

5.8 

16 

4.5 

128.1 

0 

2 

14 

14.3 

85.7 

Fall 

2003 

447 

3,553 

7.9 

23 

5.2 

152.8 

0 

10 

13 

44.4 

55.6 


2002 

611 

5,244 

8.6 

44 

7.2 

119.6 

0 

3 

41 

5.9 

94.1 


2001 

511 

4,518 

8.8 

20 

3.8 

230.0 

0 

10 

10 

50.0 

50.0 


2000 

484 

4,288 

8.9 

39 

8.1 

109.5 

2 

7 

30 

17.6 

76.5 


1999 

552 

4,274 

7.7 

45 

8.2 

94.1 

0 

16 

30 

35.0 

65.0 


1998 

502 

3,775 

7.5 

20 

4.0 

188.1 

0 

4 

16 

22.2 

77.8 


1997 

507 

3,694 

7.3 

33 

6.5 

112.5 

0 

5 

28 

14.3 

85.7 


1996 

623 

5,136 

8.2 

28 

4.5 

184.0 

2 

14 

12 

50.0 

41.7 

All 

2003 

457 

3,843 

8.4 

49 

10.7 

78.3 

3 

10 

36 

21.1 

73.7 


2002 

464 

3,877 

8.3 

39 

8.3 

100.2 

0 

15 

23 

40.0 

60.0 


2001 

246 

2,315 

9.4 

15 

6.0 

157.2 

0 

2 

12 

16.7 

83.3 


2000 

394 

2,927 

7.4 

41 

10.5 

70.6 

0 

9 

32 

22.2 

77.8 


1999 

386 

3,270 

8.5 

30 

7.6 

110.8 

0 

9 

20 

30.8 

69.2 


1998 

444 

3,659 

8.2 

33 

7.5 

109.4 

0 

7 

27 

20.0 

80.0 


1997 

382 

3,753 

9.8 

14 

3.7 

266.7 

0 

2 

12 

16.7 

83.3 


1996 

437 

3,189 

7.3 

30 

6.9 

105.5 

0 

12 

19 

38.5 

61.5 

Spring 

2003 

240 

1,333 

5.5 

23 

9.7 

57.3 

0 

8 

16 

33.3 

66.7 


2002 

268 

1,408 

5.3 

15 

5.8 

91.0 

0 

5 

10 

33.3 

66.7 


2001 

150 

825 

5.5 

5 

3.3 

168.0 

0 

0 

5 

0.0 

100.0 


2000 

233 

1,257 

5.4 

16 

6.9 

78.0 

0 

5 

12 

28.6 

71.4 


1999 

236 

1,367 

5.8 

16 

6.7 

86.0 

0 

7 

9 

42.9 

57.1 


1998 

230 

1,175 

5.1 

9 

3.9 

131.8 

0 

2 

7 

25.0 

75.0 


1997 

138 

807 

5.8 

7 

5.1 

114.7 

0 

2 

5 

33.3 

66.7 


1996 

177 

942 

5.3 

21 

11.8 

45.0 

0 

9 

12 

44.4 

55.6 


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1996-2003 Overview of Black Bear Hunting Effort and Harvest Success 
By Bear Management Unit, Season of Hunt, and License Year 


page 


Hunter Days/ 


Loc 


Year 

Hunters 

Days 

Hunter 

Harvest 

2003 

315 

2,509 

8.0 

26 

2002 

310 

2,469 

8.0 

23 

2001 

172 

1,490 

8.7 

10 

2000 

249 

1, 670 

6.7 

25 

1999 

232 

1, 903 

8.2 

14 

1998 

301 

2,484 

8.3 

25 

1997 

310 

2,946 

9.5 

7 

1996 

330 

2,247 

6.8 

9 

2003 

256 

1, 969 

7.7 

8 

2002 

232 

1,798 

7.7 

10 

2001 

277 

2,333 

8.4 

17 

2000 

253 

2,070 

8.2 

25 

1999 

263 

1, 823 

6.9 

9 

1998 

192 

1,336 

7.0 

11 

1997 

218 

1,778 

8.2 

7 

1996 

279 

2,214 

7.9 

16 

2003 

127 

566 

4.5 

0 

2002 

111 

583 

5.3 

0 

2001 

137 

764 

5.6 

2 

2000 

140 

721 

5.1 

7 

1999 

123 

531 

4.3 

2 

1998 

98 

455 

4.6 

7 

1997 

66 

457 

7.0 

2 

1996 

105 

568 

5.4 

2 

2003 

194 

1,403 

7.2 

8 

2002 

188 

1,215 

6.5 

10 

2001 

199 

1,569 

7.9 

15 

2000 

173 

1,349 

7.8 

18 

1999 

195 

1,292 

6.6 

7 

1998 

134 

881 

6.6 

4 

1997 

17 8 

1,321 

7.4 

5 

1996 

230 

1, 647 

7.2 

14 

2003 

517 

4,166 

H 

00 

52 

2002 

547 

4,808 

8.8 

36 

2001 

425 

3,521 

8.3 

34 

2000 

389 

3,178 

8.2 

37 

1999 

431 

3,388 

7.9 

50 

1998 

388 

2,903 

7.5 

36 

1997 

293 

2,437 

8.3 

35 

1996 

365 

3,073 

8.4 

23 

2003 

271 

1,264 

4.7 

10 

2002 

255 

1,300 

5.1 

10 

2001 

223 

1,134 

5.1 

0 

2000 

242 

1,264 

5.2 

18 

1999 

198 

1,120 

5.7 

11 

1998 

17 8 

785 

4.4 

4 

1997 

106 

605 

5.7 

2 

1996 

149 

949 

6.4 

5 

2003 

398 

2,902 

7.3 

41 

2002 

449 

3,508 

7.8 

26 

2001 

336 

2,387 

7.1 

34 

2000 

267 

1,914 

7.2 

18 

1999 

343 

2,269 

6.6 

39 

1998 

297 

2,119 

7.1 

31 

1997 

258 

1,832 

7.1 

33 

1996 

291 

2,124 

7.3 

19 

2003 

129 

1,155 

8.9 

5 

2002 

70 

565 

8.1 

3 

2001 

91 

781 

8.6 

2 

2000 

71 

405 

5.7 

2 

1999 

93 

774 

8.3 

5 

1998 

219 

1,438 

6.6 

18 

1997 

17 8 

1,433 

8.0 

12 

1996 

186 

1,952 

10.5 

19 

ish Wile 

(life and Park 

;s - Wildlife Researo 

n - Harvest 


Percent Days to Harvest Harvest Harvest Pent Pent 
Success Kill Unkn Female Male Fern Male 


240 


Fall 


280 


All 


Fall 


290 


All 


Fall 


2XX 


All 


8.2 

7.5 

5.7 

10.2 

5.9 

8.1 

2.3 

2.8 

3.0 

4.4 

6.2 

10.0 

3.4 
5.8 

3.2 

5.8 

0.0 

0.0 

1.8 

4.9 

1.9 
6.8 

3.6 

2.2 

4.0 

5.5 

7.4 

10.7 

3.5 

3.3 

2.6 
6.1 

10.0 

6.6 

8.1 

9.5 

11.6 

9.2 

12.0 

6.4 

3.8 
4.0 
0.0 

7.6 

5.7 

2.5 

2.2 

3.1 

10.4 

5.7 

10.2 

6.9 
11.3 

10.5 

12.7 
6.4 

4.0 

3.7 

2.7 

3.2 

4.9 

8.2 

6.6 
10.0 


97.1 
106.3 
151.8 
65. 
139 . 
101 . 
418 , 


241.5 

254.0 

174.3 

135.7 

81.7 

200.8 

119.8 

252.7 
136.0 

- 0.0 

- 0.0 

311.0 

104.3 
234.0 

68.0 

195.0 

244.0 

181.0 

117.8 

106.5 

73.2 
189.7 

197.5 

281.5 
118.0 

80.6 

133.1 

102.4 

86.2 

67.8 
81.4 

69.3 

132.1 

122.3 

126.0 

- 0.0 

68.6 

98.6 

176.0 

258.0 

204.0 

70.2 

136.0 

69.4 

103.9 

58.8 

67.9 
55.8 

114.1 


223 . 
219. 
318, 
176 
170 
80, 
122 
104 


3 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

2 

0 

0 

2 

0 


3 

10 

2 

5 

2 

4 
0 
2 

3 

3 

2 

12 

5 
2 
0 
9 

0 

0 

0 

5 

2 

0 

0 

0 

3 

3 

2 

7 

2 

2 

0 

9 

21 

13 
20 
12 
16 

9 

12 

14 

3 

3 

0 

7 

0 

0 

0 

5 

18 

10 

20 

5 

16 

9 

12 

9 

5 

3 
0 
0 
0 

4 
7 
9 


21 

10.0 

80.0 

13 

44.4 

55.6 

7 

25.0 

75.0 

21 

18.2 

81.8 

11 

16.7 

83.3 

20 

18.2 

81.8 

7 

0.0 

100.0 

7 

25.0 

75.0 

5 

33.3 

66.7 

8 

25.0 

75.0 

15 

14.3 

85.7 

14 

45.5 

54.5 

5 

50.0 

50.0 

9 

20.0 

80.0 

7 

0.0 

100.0 

7 

57.1 

42.9 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 

2 

0.0 

100.0 

2 

66.7 

33.3 

0 

100.0 

0.0 

7 

0.0 

100.0 

2 

0.0 

100.0 

2 

0.0 

100.0 

5 

33.3 

66.7 

8 

25.0 

75.0 

12 

16.7 

83.3 

12 

37.5 

62.5 

5 

33.3 

66.7 

2 

50.0 

50.0 

5 

0.0 

100.0 

5 

66.7 

33.3 

31 

40.0 

60.0 

23 

35.7 

64.3 

15 

57.1 

42.9 

25 

31.3 

68.8 

34 

31.8 

68.2 

27 

25.0 

75.0 

23 

33.3 

66.7 

9 

60.0 

40.0 

8 

25.0 

75.0 

8 

25.0 

75.0 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 

12 

37.5 

62.5 

11 

0.0 

100.0 

4 

0.0 

100.0 

2 

0.0 

100.0 

0 

100.0 

0.0 

23 

43.8 

56.3 

15 

40.0 

60.0 

15 

57.1 

42.9 

14 

25.0 

75.0 

23 

41.2 

58.8 

22 

28.6 

71.4 

21 

35.7 

64.3 

9 

50.0 

50.0 

0 

100.0 

0.0 

0 

100.0 

0.0 

2 

0.0 

100.0 

0 

0.0 

0.0 

5 

0.0 

100.0 

13 

25.0 

75.0 

2 

60.0 

20.0 

9 

50.0 

50.0 


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1996-2003 Overview of Black Bear Hunting Effort and Harvest Success 
By Bear Management Unit, Season of Hunt, and License Year 





Hunter 

Days/ 


Percent 

Days to Harvest 

Harvest 

Harvest 

Pent 

Pent 

Loc 

Season 

Year Hunters 

Days 

Hunter 

Harvest 

Success 

Kill Unkn 


Female 

Male 

Fern 

Male 

2XX 

Spring 

2003 

65 

354 

5.5 

3 

4.0 

137.0 

0 

3 

0 

100.0 

0.0 



2002 

26 

142 

5.5 

3 

10.0 

55.0 

0 

3 

0 

100.0 

0.0 



2001 

47 

246 

5.3 

2 

5.3 

100.0 

0 

0 

2 

0.0 

100.0 



2000 

21 

94 

4.6 

0 

0.0 

-0.0 

0 

0 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 



1999 

30 

218 

7.4 

0 

0.0 

-0.0 

0 

0 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 



1998 

118 

482 

4.1 

4 

3.8 

108.0 

0 

0 

4 

0.0 

100.0 



1997 

45 

483 

10.8 

2 

5.3 

206.0 

0 

2 

0 

100.0 

0.0 



1996 

100 

956 

9.6 

12 

11.6 

82.2 

0 

7 

5 

60.0 

40.0 


Fall 

2003 

98 

801 

8.2 

3 

2.6 

310.0 

0 

3 

0 

100.0 

0.0 



2002 

54 

423 

7.8 

0 

0.0 

-0.0 

0 

0 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 



2001 

76 

535 

7.0 

0 

0.0 

-0.0 

0 

0 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 



2000 

58 

311 

5.4 

2 

4.0 

135.0 

2 

0 

0 

0.0 

0.0 



1999 

73 

556 

7.7 

5 

6.3 

122.5 

0 

0 

5 

0.0 

100.0 



1998 

156 

957 

6.1 

13 

8.6 

71.5 

0 

4 

9 

33.3 

66.7 



1997 

152 

950 

6.2 

9 

6.2 

101.3 

2 

5 

2 

50.0 

25.0 



1996 

130 

996 

7.6 

7 

5.4 

142.7 

0 

2 

5 

33.3 

66.7 

300 

All 

2003 

191 

1,271 

6.6 

21 

10.8 

61.5 

0 

5 

16 

25.0 

75.0 



2002 

204 

1,506 

7.4 

18 

8.9 

83.4 

0 

10 

8 

57.1 

42.9 



2001 

214 

1,846 

8.6 

22 

10.3 

83.6 

0 

7 

15 

33.3 

66.7 



2000 

216 

1,854 

8.6 

32 

14.9 

57.5 

0 

14 

18 

42.9 

57.1 



1999 

238 

1,830 

7.7 

18 

7.6 

100.8 

0 

5 

14 

25.0 

75.0 



1998 

223 

2,313 

10.4 

9 

4.0 

259.3 

0 

2 

7 

25.0 

75.0 



1997 

225 

1,656 

7.4 

12 

5.2 

141.2 

0 

2 

9 

20.0 

80.0 



1996 

188 

1,528 

8.1 

16 

8.6 

93.9 

0 

9 

7 

57.1 

42.9 


Spring 

2003 

101 

416 

4.1 

0 

0.0 

-0.0 

0 

0 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 



2002 

111 

601 

5.4 

5 

4.7 

116.5 

0 

5 

0 

100.0 

0.0 



2001 

115 

582 

5.0 

10 

8.5 

59.3 

0 

7 

2 

75.0 

25.0 



2000 

92 

608 

6.6 

5 

5.0 

132.0 

0 

5 

0 

100.0 

0.0 



1999 

13 9 

602 

4.3 

7 

4.9 

88.3 

0 

2 

5 

33.3 

66.7 



1998 

123 

794 

6.5 

2 

1.8 

356.0 

0 

2 

0 

100.0 

0.0 



1997 

73 

357 

4.9 

0 

0.0 

-0.0 

0 

0 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 



1996 

81 

435 

5.3 

7 

8.6 

62.3 

0 

5 

2 

66.7 

33.3 


Fall 

2003 

134 

855 

6.4 

21 

15.4 

41.4 

0 

5 

16 

25.0 

75.0 



2002 

163 

905 

5.6 

13 

7.9 

70.2 

0 

5 

8 

40.0 

60.0 



2001 

169 

1,264 

7.5 

12 

7.2 

103.0 

0 

0 

12 

0.0 

100.0 



2000 

168 

1,246 

7.4 

28 

16.4 

45.1 

0 

9 

18 

33.3 

66.7 



1999 

184 

1,229 

6.7 

11 

6.2 

108.2 

0 

2 

9 

20.0 

80.0 



1998 

17 6 

1,519 

8.6 

7 

3.8 

227.0 

0 

0 

7 

0.0 

100.0 



1997 

197 

1,299 

6.6 

12 

6.0 

110.8 

0 

2 

9 

20.0 

80.0 



1996 

151 

1,093 

7.2 

9 

6.2 

117.5 

0 

5 

5 

50.0 

50.0 

301 

All 

2003 

295 

2,396 

8.1 

5 

1.8 

463.5 

0 

3 

3 

50.0 

50.0 



2002 

400 

3,139 

7.9 

31 

7.7 

101.4 

0 

10 

21 

33.3 

66.7 



2001 

339 

2,792 

8.2 

22 

6.5 

126.3 

0 

10 

12 

44.4 

55.6 



2000 

343 

2,618 

7.6 

14 

4.0 

189.5 

0 

0 

14 

0.0 

100.0 



1999 

347 

2,854 

8.2 

14 

3.9 

209.5 

0 

7 

7 

50.0 

50.0 



1998 

319 

3,171 

9.9 

11 

3.5 

284.4 

0 

9 

2 

80.0 

20.0 



1997 

188 

1,360 

7.3 

9 

5.0 

145.0 

0 

2 

7 

25.0 

75.0 



1996 

242 

1, 900 

7.9 

12 

4.8 

163.4 

0 

2 

9 

20.0 

80.0 


Spring 

2003 

178 

917 

5.1 

0 

0.0 

-0.0 

0 

0 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 



2002 

242 

1,290 

5.3 

21 

8.5 

62.5 

0 

5 

15 

25.0 

75.0 



2001 

189 

1,056 

5.6 

10 

5.2 

107.5 

0 

2 

7 

25.0 

75.0 



2000 

207 

1,089 

5.3 

7 

3.3 

157.7 

0 

0 

7 

0.0 

100.0 



1999 

161 

922 

5.7 

7 

4.2 

135.3 

0 

2 

5 

33.3 

66.7 



1998 

174 

986 

5.7 

7 

3.8 

147.3 

0 

7 

0 

100.0 

0.0 



1997 

91 

493 

5.4 

5 

5.1 

105.0 

0 

2 

2 

50.0 

50.0 



1996 

128 

707 

5.5 

9 

7.3 

76.0 

0 

0 

9 

0.0 

100.0 


Fall 

2003 

202 

1,478 

7.3 

5 

2.6 

286.0 

0 

3 

3 

50.0 

50.0 



2002 

258 

1,850 

7.2 

10 

4.0 

179.3 

0 

5 

5 

50.0 

50.0 



2001 

248 

1,736 

7.0 

12 

5.0 

141.4 

0 

7 

5 

60.0 

40.0 



2000 

223 

1,529 

6.8 

7 

3.1 

221.3 

0 

0 

7 

0.0 

100.0 



1999 

259 

1,932 

7.5 

7 

2.6 

283.7 

0 

5 

2 

66.7 

33.3 



1998 

227 

2,185 

9.6 

4 

2.0 

490.0 

0 

2 

2 

50.0 

50.0 



1997 

136 

868 

6.4 

5 

3.4 

185.0 

0 

0 

5 

0.0 

100.0 



1996 

154 

1,193 

7.8 

2 

1.5 

513.0 

0 

2 

0 

100.0 

0.0 


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Loc 


316 


317 


319 





Hunter 

Days/ 


Percent 

Days to 

Harvest 

Harvest 

Harvest 

Pent 

Pent 

Season 

Year 

Hunters 

Days 

Hunter 

Harvest 

Success 

Kill 

Unkn 

Female 

Male 

Fern 

Male 

All 

2003 

452 

3,652 

8.1 

47 

10.3 

78.5 

0 

13 

34 

27.8 

72.2 


2002 

454 

3,490 

7 .7 

23 

5.1 

150.3 

0 

3 

21 

11.1 

88.9 


2001 

491 

4,076 

8.3 

25 

5.0 

166.0 

0 

15 

10 

60.0 

40.0 


2000 

398 

3,196 

8.0 

28 

6.9 

115.7 

0 

14 

14 

50.0 

50.0 


1999 

477 

3,095 

6.5 

30 

6.2 

104.8 

0 

9 

20 

30.8 

69.2 


1998 

335 

2,558 

7.6 

22 

6.7 

114.7 

0 

7 

16 

30.0 

70.0 


1997 

263 

1, 935 

7.4 

12 

4.5 

165.0 

0 

5 

7 

40.0 

60.0 


1996 

319 

2,563 

8.0 

21 

6.6 

122.4 

0 

2 

19 

11.1 

88.9 

Spring 

2003 

284 

1,773 

6.2 

41 

14.5 

42.9 

0 

10 

31 

25.0 

75.0 


2002 

245 

1,349 

5.5 

10 

4.2 

130.8 

0 

0 

10 

0.0 

100.0 


2001 

307 

1,746 

5.7 

15 

4.8 

118.5 

0 

7 

7 

50.0 

50.0 


2000 

244 

1,393 

5.7 

12 

4.7 

121.0 

0 

5 

7 

40.0 

60.0 


1999 

257 

1,301 

5.1 

11 

4.4 

114.6 

0 

2 

9 

20.0 

80.0 


1998 

192 

1,015 

5.3 

13 

7.0 

75.8 

0 

2 

11 

16.7 

83.3 


1997 

115 

615 

5.3 

5 

4.1 

131.0 

0 

2 

2 

50.0 

50.0 


1996 

128 

851 

6.7 

16 

12.7 

52.3 

0 

0 

16 

0.0 

100.0 

Fall 

2003 

253 

1,879 

7.4 

5 

2.0 

363.5 

0 

3 

3 

50.0 

50.0 


2002 

304 

2,141 

7.0 

13 

4.2 

166.0 

0 

3 

10 

20.0 

80.0 


2001 

334 

2,330 

7.0 

10 

2.9 

237.3 

0 

7 

2 

75.0 

25.0 


2000 

253 

1,803 

7.1 

16 

6.4 

111.9 

0 

9 

7 

57.1 

42.9 


1999 

302 

1,794 

5.9 

18 

6.0 

98.7 

0 

7 

11 

37.5 

62.5 


1998 

201 

1,543 

7.7 

9 

4.4 

173.0 

0 

4 

4 

50.0 

50.0 


1997 

195 

1,321 

6.8 

7 

3.6 

187.7 

0 

2 

5 

33.3 

66.7 


1996 

235 

1,712 

7.3 

5 

2.0 

368.0 

0 

2 

2 

50.0 

50.0 

All 

2003 

538 

3,724 

6.9 

54 

10.1 

68.6 

0 

26 

28 

47.6 

52.4 


2002 

583 

4,323 

7.4 

34 

5.8 

128.9 

0 

10 

23 

30.8 

69.2 


2001 

538 

3,710 

6.9 

22 

4.1 

167.9 

0 

7 

15 

33.3 

66.7 


2000 

435 

3,024 

6.9 

32 

7.4 

93.8 

0 

14 

18 

42.9 

57.1 


1999 

500 

3,506 

7.0 

23 

4.5 

154.4 

2 

5 

16 

20.0 

70.0 


1998 

350 

2,203 

6.3 

18 

5.1 

123.5 

0 

11 

7 

62.5 

37.5 


1997 

364 

2,390 

6.6 

26 

7.1 

92.6 

0 

12 

14 

45.5 

54.5 


1996 

347 

2,259 

6.5 

14 

4.0 

161.8 

0 

7 

7 

50.0 

50.0 

Spring 

2003 

302 

1,812 

6.0 

44 

14.5 

41.2 

0 

21 

23 

47.1 

52.9 


2002 

291 

1,607 

5.5 

13 

4.4 

124.6 

0 

0 

13 

0.0 

100.0 


2001 

253 

1,242 

4.9 

15 

5.8 

84.3 

0 

2 

12 

16.7 

83.3 


2000 

242 

1,409 

5.8 

9 

3.8 

153.0 

0 

2 

7 

25.0 

75.0 


1999 

213 

883 

4.1 

9 

4.3 

97.3 

0 

2 

7 

25.0 

75.0 


1998 

167 

709 

4.2 

11 

6.7 

63.6 

0 

7 

4 

60.0 

40.0 


1997 

124 

603 

4.8 

5 

3.8 

128.5 

0 

0 

5 

0.0 

100.0 


1996 

151 

842 

5.6 

9 

6.2 

90.5 

0 

5 

5 

50.0 

50.0 

Fall 

2003 

331 

1, 912 

5.8 

10 

3.1 

185.0 

0 

5 

5 

50.0 

50.0 


2002 

418 

2,716 

6.5 

21 

4.9 

131.6 

0 

10 

10 

50.0 

50.0 


2001 

378 

2,468 

6.5 

7 

1.9 

335.0 

0 

5 

2 

66.7 

33.3 


2000 

283 

1,614 

5.7 

23 

8.1 

70.1 

0 

12 

12 

50.0 

50.0 


1999 

368 

2,623 

7.1 

14 

3.7 

192.5 

2 

2 

9 

16.7 

66.7 


1998 

232 

1,494 

6.4 

7 

2.9 

223.3 

0 

4 

2 

66.7 

33.3 


1997 

289 

1,787 

6.2 

21 

7.3 

84.7 

0 

12 

9 

55.6 

44.4 


1996 

244 

1,417 

5.8 

5 

1.9 

304.5 

0 

2 

2 

50.0 

50.0 

All 

2003 

277 

1,509 

5.5 

23 

8.4 

64.9 

0 

13 

10 

55.6 

44.4 


2002 

299 

1,739 

5.8 

23 

7.8 

74.9 

0 

8 

15 

33.3 

66.7 


2001 

314 

2,112 

6.7 

25 

7.8 

86.0 

0 

5 

20 

20.0 

80.0 


2000 

306 

2,107 

6.9 

28 

9.0 

76.3 

0 

9 

18 

33.3 

66.7 


1999 

275 

1,785 

6.5 

14 

5.0 

131.0 

0 

5 

9 

33.3 

66.7 


1998 

201 

1,318 

6.6 

7 

3.3 

197.0 

0 

0 

7 

0.0 

100.0 


1997 

251 

1,412 

5.6 

16 

6.5 

86.0 

0 

7 

9 

42.9 

57.1 


1996 

293 

1, 561 

5.3 

16 

5.6 

95.9 

0 

5 

12 

28.6 

71.4 

Spring 

2003 

160 

672 

4.2 

18 

11.3 

37.1 

0 

10 

8 

57.1 

42.9 


2002 

199 

970 

4.9 

15 

7.8 

62.7 

0 

3 

13 

16.7 

83.3 


2001 

204 

1,073 

5.3 

20 

9.6 

54.6 

0 

5 

15 

25.0 

75.0 


2000 

219 

1,089 

5.0 

21 

9.5 

52.6 

0 

9 

12 

44.4 

55.6 


1999 

173 

988 

5.7 

11 

6.6 

87.0 

0 

5 

7 

40.0 

60.0 


1998 

132 

709 

5.4 

2 

1.7 

318.0 

0 

0 

2 

0.0 

100.0 


1997 

136 

683 

5.0 

0 

0.0 

-0.0 

0 

0 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 


1996 

186 

756 

4.1 

5 

2.5 

162.5 

0 

0 

5 

0.0 

100.0 


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Hunter Days/ 


Percent 

Days to 

Harvest 

Harvest 

Harvest 

Pent 

Pent 

Loc 

Season Year 

Hunters 

Days 

Hunter 

Harvest 

Success 

Kill 

Unkn 

Female 

Male 

Fern 

Male 

319 

Fall 2003 

163 

837 

5.1 

5 

3.2 

162.0 

0 

3 

3 

50.0 

50.0 


2002 

170 

769 

4.5 

8 

4.5 

99.3 

0 

5 

3 

66.7 

33.3 


2001 

184 

1,039 

5.6 

5 

2.7 

211.5 

0 

0 

5 

0.0 

100.0 


2000 

154 

1,018 

6.6 

7 

4.5 

147.3 

0 

0 

7 

0.0 

100.0 


1999 

134 

797 

5.9 

2 

1.7 

351.0 

0 

0 

2 

0.0 

100.0 


1998 

112 

609 

5.5 

4 

4.0 

136.5 

0 

0 

4 

0.0 

100.0 


1997 

148 

729 

4.9 

16 

11.1 

44.4 

0 

7 

9 

42.9 

57.1 


1996 

165 

805 

4.9 

12 

7.0 

69.2 

0 

5 

7 

40.0 

60.0 

341 

All 2003 

881 

6,732 

7.6 

101 

11.4 

66.8 

0 

26 

75 

25.6 

74.4 


2002 

947 

7,102 

7.5 

114 

12.0 

62.6 

3 

18 

93 

15.9 

81.8 


2001 

835 

6,244 

7.5 

52 

6.2 

121.1 

0 

22 

29 

42.9 

57.1 


2000 

900 

6,305 

7.0 

67 

7.4 

94.4 

0 

23 

44 

34.5 

65.5 


1999 

911 

6,758 

7.4 

79 

8.7 

85.0 

2 

18 

59 

22.9 

74.3 


1998 

689 

4,937 

7.2 

56 

8.1 

88.6 

0 

18 

38 

32.0 

68.0 


1997 

805 

5,350 

6.7 

49 

6.1 

108.6 

0 

23 

26 

47.6 

52.4 


1996 

807 

6,027 

7.5 

60 

7.5 

99.7 

0 

19 

42 

30.8 

69.2 


Spring 2003 

563 

3,161 

5.6 

80 

14.2 

39.5 

0 

26 

54 

32.3 

67.7 


2002 

596 

3,418 

5.7 

70 

11.7 

49.1 

3 

13 

54 

18.5 

77.8 


2001 

496 

2,480 

5.0 

37 

7.4 

67.3 

0 

10 

27 

26.7 

73.3 


2000 

534 

2,489 

4.7 

35 

6.5 

72.1 

0 

9 

25 

26.7 

73.3 


1999 

509 

2,700 

5.3 

48 

9.4 

56.6 

0 

11 

36 

23.8 

76.2 


1998 

381 

1,851 

4.9 

29 

7.6 

63.8 

0 

4 

25 

15.4 

84.6 


1997 

418 

1, 994 

4.8 

21 

5.1 

94.4 

0 

12 

9 

55.6 

44.4 


1996 

437 

2,296 

5.3 

49 

11.2 

47.0 

0 

12 

37 

23.8 

76.2 


Fall 2003 

501 

3,571 

7.1 

21 

4.1 

172.8 

0 

0 

21 

0.0 

100.0 


2002 

555 

3,684 

6.6 

44 

7.9 

84.0 

0 

5 

39 

11.8 

88.2 


2001 

533 

3,764 

7.1 

15 

2.8 

255.5 

0 

12 

2 

83.3 

16.7 


2000 

573 

3,816 

6.7 

32 

5.6 

118.4 

0 

14 

18 

42.9 

57.1 


1999 

595 

4,058 

6.8 

32 

5.3 

127.6 

2 

7 

23 

21.4 

71.4 


1998 

444 

3,086 

7.0 

27 

6.0 

115.3 

0 

13 

13 

50.0 

50.0 


1997 

509 

3,357 

6.6 

28 

5.5 

119.3 

0 

12 

16 

41.7 

58.3 


1996 

519 

3,731 

7.2 

12 

2.2 

320.8 

0 

7 

5 

60.0 

40.0 

3XX 

All 2003 

57 

625 

11.0 

0 

0.0 

-0.0 

0 

0 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 


2002 

121 

851 

7.0 

8 

6.4 

110.0 

0 

3 

5 

33.3 

66 .7 


2001 

140 

908 

6.5 

7 

5.3 

123.3 

0 

0 

7 

0.0 

100.0 


2000 

99 

857 

8.7 

5 

4.7 

186.0 

0 

0 

5 

0.0 

100.0 


1999 

55 

468 

8.6 

2 

4.2 

206.0 

0 

2 

0 

100.0 

0.0 


1998 

203 

1,260 

6.2 

16 

7.7 

80.7 

0 

4 

11 

28.6 

71.4 


1997 

171 

889 

5.2 

5 

2.7 

189.5 

0 

0 

5 

0.0 

100.0 


1996 

149 

1,063 

7.1 

0 

0.0 

-0.0 

0 

0 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 


Spring 2003 

36 

258 

7.1 

0 

0.0 

-0.0 

0 

0 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 


2002 

54 

242 

4.5 

3 

4.8 

94.0 

0 

0 

3 

0.0 

100.0 


2001 

74 

324 

4.4 

2 

3.3 

132.0 

0 

0 

2 

0.0 

100.0 


2000 

41 

292 

7.1 

0 

0.0 

-0.0 

0 

0 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 


1999 

14 

64 

4.7 

2 

16 .7 

28.0 

0 

2 

0 

100.0 

0.0 


1998 

80 

363 

4.5 

7 

8.3 

54.3 

0 

2 

4 

33.3 

66.7 


1997 

89 

340 

3.8 

2 

2.6 

145.0 

0 

0 

2 

0.0 

100.0 


1996 

79 

384 

4.9 

0 

0.0 

-0.0 

0 

0 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 


Fall 2003 

41 

367 

8.9 

0 

0.0 

-0.0 

0 

0 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 


2002 

88 

609 

6.9 

5 

5.9 

118.0 

0 

3 

3 

50.0 

50.0 


2001 

98 

584 

6.0 

5 

5.0 

119.0 

0 

0 

5 

0.0 

100.0 


2000 

83 

564 

6.8 

5 

5.6 

122.5 

0 

0 

5 

0.0 

100.0 


1999 

45 

404 

8.9 

0 

0.0 

-0.0 

0 

0 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 


1998 

156 

896 

5.7 

9 

5.7 

100.5 

0 

2 

7 

25.0 

75.0 


1997 

110 

549 

5.0 

2 

2.1 

234.0 

0 

0 

2 

0.0 

100.0 


1996 

102 

679 

6.6 

0 

0.0 

-0.0 

0 

0 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 

411 

All 2003 

225 

1,313 

5.8 

21 

9.2 

63.5 

0 

8 

13 

37.5 

62.5 


2002 

224 

1,442 

6.4 

26 

11.5 

55.9 

0 

5 

21 

20.0 

80.0 


2001 

282 

2,485 

8.8 

29 

10.4 

84.3 

0 

12 

17 

41.7 

58.3 


2000 

223 

1,345 

6.0 

12 

5.2 

116.8 

0 

2 

9 

20.0 

80.0 


1999 

248 

1,642 

6.6 

36 

14.7 

45.2 

0 

7 

30 

18.8 

81.3 


1998 

198 

1,425 

7.2 

27 

13.5 

53.3 

0 

11 

16 

41.7 

58.3 


1997 

185 

1,095 

5.9 

23 

12.7 

46 .7 

0 

5 

19 

20.0 

80.0 


1996 

230 

1,526 

6.6 

16 

7.1 

93.7 

2 

5 

9 

28.6 

57.1 


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1996-2003 Overview of Black Bear Hunting Effort and Harvest Success 
By Bear Management Unit, Season of Hunt, and License Year 






Hunter 

Days/ 


Percent 

Days to 

Harvest 

Harvest 

Harvest 

Pent 

Pent 

Loc 

Season 

Year 

Hunters 

Days 

Hunter 

Harvest 

Success 

Kill 

Unkn 

Female 

Male 

Fein 

Male 

411 

Spring 

2003 

114 

504 

4.4 

5 

4.5 

97.5 

0 

0 

5 

0.0 

100.0 



2002 

132 

673 

5.1 

10 

7.8 

65.2 

0 

0 

10 

0.0 

100.0 



2001 

182 

879 

4.8 

15 

8.1 

59.7 

0 

7 

7 

50.0 

50.0 



2000 

161 

640 

4.0 

7 

4.3 

92.7 

0 

2 

5 

33.3 

66.7 



1999 

157 

852 

5.4 

9 

5.8 

93.7 

0 

0 

9 

0.0 

100.0 



1998 

12 0 

651 

5.4 

9 

7.4 

73.0 

0 

2 

7 

25.0 

75.0 



1997 

110 

488 

4.4 

7 

6.4 

69.3 

0 

0 

7 

0.0 

100.0 



1996 

137 

656 

4.8 

9 

6.8 

70.5 

0 

5 

5 

50.0 

50.0 


Fall 

2003 

165 

809 

4.9 

16 

9.4 

52.2 

0 

8 

8 

50.0 

50.0 



2002 

160 

769 

4.8 

15 

9.7 

49.7 

0 

5 

10 

33.3 

66.7 



2001 

192 

1,606 

8.4 

15 

7 .7 

109.0 

0 

5 

10 

33.3 

66.7 



2000 

134 

705 

5.3 

5 

3.4 

153.0 

0 

0 

5 

0.0 

100.0 



1999 

152 

790 

5.2 

27 

17.9 

29.0 

0 

7 

20 

25.0 

75.0 



1998 

123 

774 

6.3 

18 

14.5 

43.4 

0 

9 

9 

50.0 

50.0 



1997 

122 

608 

5.0 

16 

13.5 

37.0 

0 

5 

12 

28.6 

71.4 



1996 

142 

870 

6.1 

7 

4.9 

124.7 

2 

0 

5 

0.0 

66.7 

420 

All 

2003 

667 

4,466 

6.7 

41 

6.2 

108.0 

0 

13 

28 

31.3 

68.8 



2002 

653 

5,087 

7.8 

57 

8.7 

89.6 

0 

26 

31 

45.5 

54.5 



2001 

729 

4,533 

6.2 

64 

8.8 

71.0 

0 

29 

34 

46.2 

53.8 



2000 

546 

3,956 

7.2 

55 

10.1 

71.6 

0 

14 

41 

25.0 

75.0 



1999 

547 

3,647 

6.7 

41 

7.5 

89.2 

2 

9 

30 

22.2 

72.2 



1998 

459 

2,812 

6.1 

27 

5.8 

105.1 

0 

9 

18 

33.3 

66.7 



1997 

460 

2,932 

6.4 

28 

6.1 

104.2 

0 

9 

19 

33.3 

66.7 



1996 

400 

2,577 

6.4 

28 

7.0 

92.3 

0 

5 

23 

16.7 

83.3 


Spring 

2003 

390 

1,868 

4.8 

23 

6.0 

80.3 

0 

13 

10 

55.6 

44.4 



2002 

351 

1,899 

5.4 

23 

6.6 

81.8 

0 

8 

15 

33.3 

66.7 



2001 

363 

1,719 

4.7 

29 

8.1 

58.3 

0 

12 

17 

41.7 

58.3 



2000 

309 

1,543 

5.0 

18 

6.0 

83.8 

0 

7 

12 

37.5 

62.5 



1999 

273 

1,210 

4.4 

11 

4.2 

106.6 

0 

0 

11 

0.0 

100.0 



1998 

245 

1,008 

4.1 

11 

4.5 

90.4 

0 

2 

9 

20.0 

80.0 



1997 

185 

781 

4.2 

12 

6.3 

66.6 

0 

5 

7 

40.0 

60.0 



1996 

186 

709 

3.8 

14 

7.5 

50.8 

0 

2 

12 

16.7 

83.3 


Fall 

2003 

439 

2,597 

5.9 

18 

4.1 

143.6 

0 

0 

18 

0.0 

100.0 



2002 

482 

3,188 

6.6 

34 

7.0 

95.1 

0 

18 

15 

53.8 

46.2 



2001 

494 

2,814 

5.7 

34 

7.0 

81.9 

0 

17 

17 

50.0 

50.0 



2000 

378 

2,413 

6.4 

37 

9.8 

65.5 

0 

7 

30 

18.8 

81.3 



1999 

372 

2,437 

6.5 

30 

7.9 

82.5 

2 

9 

18 

30.8 

61.5 



1998 

308 

1,804 

5.9 

16 

5.1 

115.6 

0 

7 

9 

42.9 

57.1 



1997 

331 

2,151 

6.5 

16 

5.0 

131.0 

0 

5 

12 

28.6 

71.4 



1996 

291 

1,868 

6.4 

14 

4.8 

133.8 

0 

2 

12 

16.7 

83.3 

430 

All 

1999 

7 

114 

16.7 

0 

0.0 

-0.0 

0 

0 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 



1997 

30 

162 

5.3 

9 

30.8 

17.3 

0 

5 

5 

50.0 

50.0 



1996 

35 

230 

6.6 

2 

6.7 

99.0 

0 

2 

0 

100.0 

0.0 


Spring 

1999 

2 

68 

30.0 

0 

0.0 

-0.0 

0 

0 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 



1997 

12 

26 

2.2 

5 

40.0 

5.5 

0 

5 

0 

100.0 

0.0 



1996 

14 

58 

4.2 

2 

16.7 

25.0 

0 

2 

0 

100.0 

0.0 


Fall 

1999 

5 

45 

10.0 

0 

0.0 

-0.0 

0 

0 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 



1997 

23 

136 

5.8 

5 

20.0 

29.0 

0 

0 

5 

0.0 

100.0 



1996 

28 

172 

6.2 

0 

0.0 

-0.0 

0 

0 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 

440 

All 

2003 

504 

2,946 

5.8 

26 

5.1 

114.0 

3 

10 

13 

40.0 

50.0 



2002 

433 

2,536 

5.9 

41 

9.5 

61.4 

3 

13 

26 

31.3 

62.5 



2001 

381 

2,001 

5.3 

52 

13.5 

38.8 

5 

12 

34 

23.8 

66.7 



2000 

339 

2,059 

6.1 

37 

10.9 

55.9 

0 

12 

25 

31.3 

68.8 



1999 

329 

2,330 

7.1 

25 

7.6 

93.3 

0 

7 

18 

27.3 

72.7 



1998 

290 

2,034 

7.0 

18 

6.2 

114.0 

0 

9 

9 

50.0 

50.0 



1997 

312 

2,034 

6.5 

52 

16.5 

39.4 

0 

21 

30 

40.9 

59.1 



1996 

233 

1,526 

6.6 

16 

7.0 

93.7 

0 

5 

12 

28.6 

71.4 


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1996-2003 Overview of Black Bear Hunting Effort and Harvest Success 
By Bear Management Unit, Season of Hunt, and License Year 


Loc 


440 


450 


4XX 





Hunter 

Days/ 


Percent 

Days to 

Harvest 

Harvest 

Harvest 

Pent 

Pent 

Season 

Year 

Hunters 

Days 

Hunter 

Harvest 

Success 

Kill 

Unkn 

Female 

Male 

Fem 

Male 

Spring 

2003 

302 

1,248 

4.1 

16 

5.1 

80.5 

3 

3 

10 

16.7 

66.7 


2002 

188 

947 

5.0 

10 

5.5 

91.7 

3 

3 

5 

25.0 

50.0 


2001 

219 

832 

3.8 

20 

9.0 

42.4 

0 

7 

12 

37.5 

62.5 


2000 

17 0 

771 

4.5 

9 

5.4 

83.8 

0 

5 

5 

50.0 

50.0 


1999 

164 

954 

5.8 

7 

4.2 

140.0 

0 

5 

2 

66.7 

33.3 


1998 

138 

680 

4.9 

11 

8.1 

61.0 

0 

2 

9 

20.0 

80.0 


1997 

110 

532 

4.8 

9 

8.5 

56.7 

0 

7 

2 

75.0 

25.0 


1996 

105 

444 

4.2 

9 

8.9 

47.7 

0 

0 

9 

0.0 

100.0 

Fall 

2003 

344 

1, 698 

4.9 

10 

3.0 

164.3 

0 

8 

3 

75.0 

25.0 


2002 

333 

1, 589 

4.8 

31 

9.3 

51.3 

0 

10 

21 

33.3 

66.7 


2001 

233 

1,169 

5.0 

32 

13.7 

36.6 

5 

5 

22 

15.4 

69.2 


2000 

242 

1,287 

5.3 

28 

11.4 

46.6 

0 

7 

21 

25.0 

75.0 


1999 

234 

1, 376 

5.9 

18 

7.8 

75.8 

0 

2 

16 

12.5 

87.5 


1998 

210 

1, 354 

6.5 

7 

3.2 

202.3 

0 

7 

0 

100.0 

0.0 


1997 

253 

1,501 

5.9 

42 

16.7 

35.6 

0 

14 

28 

33.3 

66.7 


1996 

165 

1,082 

6.5 

7 

4.2 

155.0 

0 

5 

2 

66.7 

33.3 

All 

2003 

370 

2,737 

7.4 

26 

7.0 

105.9 

0 

3 

23 

10.0 

90.0 


2002 

392 

2,309 

5.9 

31 

7.9 

74.6 

0 

5 

26 

16.7 

83.3 


2001 

442 

3,118 

7.1 

29 

6.7 

105.8 

0 

5 

25 

16.7 

83.3 


2000 

415 

2,572 

6.2 

53 

12.8 

48.6 

0 

12 

41 

21.7 

78.3 


1999 

506 

2,993 

5.9 

59 

11.7 

50.7 

0 

18 

41 

30.8 

69.2 


1998 

415 

2,136 

5.2 

38 

9.1 

56.4 

2 

4 

31 

11.8 

82.4 


1997 

392 

2,383 

6.1 

40 

10.2 

59.8 

0 

14 

26 

35.3 

64.7 


1996 

398 

2,633 

6.6 

40 

9.9 

66.6 

0 

21 

19 

52.9 

47.1 

Spring 

2003 

227 

1,088 

4.8 

13 

5.7 

84.2 

0 

3 

10 

20.0 

80.0 


2002 

230 

923 

4.0 

13 

5.6 

71.6 

0 

0 

13 

0.0 

100.0 


2001 

309 

1,463 

4.7 

15 

4.8 

99.3 

0 

5 

10 

33.3 

66.7 


2000 

226 

1,059 

4.7 

18 

8.2 

57.5 

0 

9 

9 

50.0 

50.0 


1999 

259 

947 

3.7 

11 

4.4 

83.4 

0 

0 

11 

0.0 

100.0 


1998 

241 

925 

3.8 

18 

7.4 

51.9 

0 

4 

13 

25.0 

75.0 


1997 

197 

891 

4.5 

9 

4.8 

95.0 

0 

0 

9 

0.0 

100.0 


1996 

205 

942 

4.6 

16 

8.0 

57.9 

0 

5 

12 

28.6 

71.4 

Fall 

2003 

264 

1,649 

6.3 

13 

4.9 

127.6 

0 

0 

13 

0.0 

100.0 


2002 

266 

1,385 

5.2 

18 

6.8 

76.7 

0 

5 

13 

28.6 

71.4 


2001 

285 

1,655 

5.8 

15 

5.2 

112.3 

0 

0 

15 

0.0 

100.0 


2000 

276 

1,513 

5.5 

35 

12.5 

43.8 

0 

2 

32 

6.7 

93.3 


1999 

379 

2,046 

5.4 

48 

12.6 

42.9 

0 

18 

30 

38.1 

61.9 


1998 

263 

1,211 

4.6 

20 

7.6 

60.3 

2 

0 

18 

0.0 

88.9 


1997 

303 

1,492 

4.9 

30 

10.1 

48.9 

0 

14 

16 

46.2 

53.8 


1996 

261 

1,691 

6.5 

23 

8.9 

72.7 

0 

16 

7 

70.0 

30.0 

All 

2003 

34 

222 

6.6 

0 

0.0 

-0.0 

0 

0 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 


2002 

34 

181 

5.4 

3 

7.7 

70.0 

0 

3 

0 

100.0 

0.0 


2001 

25 

110 

4.5 

0 

0.0 

-0.0 

0 

0 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 


2000 

55 

311 

5.6 

2 

4.2 

135.0 

0 

0 

2 

0.0 

100.0 


1999 

43 

252 

5.8 

0 

0.0 

-0.0 

0 

0 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 


1998 

154 

734 

4.8 

16 

10.1 

47.0 

0 

2 

13 

14.3 

85.7 


1997 

167 

901 

5.4 

12 

7.0 

76.8 

0 

2 

9 

20.0 

80.0 


1996 

70 

454 

6.5 

7 

10.0 

65.0 

0 

2 

5 

33.3 

66.7 

Spring 

2003 

18 

70 

3.9 

0 

0.0 

-0.0 

0 

0 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 


2002 

21 

83 

4.0 

3 

12.5 

32.0 

0 

3 

0 

100.0 

0.0 


2001 

10 

37 

3.8 

0 

0.0 

-0.0 

0 

0 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 


2000 

21 

76 

3.7 

0 

0.0 

-0.0 

0 

0 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 


1999 

14 

50 

3.7 

0 

0.0 

-0.0 

0 

0 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 


1998 

78 

241 

3.1 

0 

0.0 

-0.0 

0 

0 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 


1997 

77 

251 

3.2 

5 

6.1 

53.5 

0 

0 

5 

0.0 

100.0 


1996 

28 

147 

5.2 

5 

16.7 

31.5 

0 

2 

2 

50.0 

50.0 

Fall 

2003 

23 

152 

6.6 

0 

0.0 

-0.0 

0 

0 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 


2002 

26 

98 

3.8 

0 

0.0 

-0.0 

0 

0 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 


2001 

15 

74 

5.0 

0 

0.0 

-0.0 

0 

0 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 


2000 

39 

235 

6.0 

2 

5.9 

102.0 

0 

0 

2 

0.0 

100.0 


1999 

36 

202 

5.6 

0 

0.0 

-0.0 

0 

0 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 


1998 

105 

493 

4.7 

16 

14.9 

31.6 

0 

2 

13 

14.3 

85.7 


1997 

115 

650 

5.7 

7 

6.1 

92.3 

0 

2 

5 

33.3 

66.7 


1996 

53 

307 

5.7 

2 

4.3 

132.0 

0 

0 

2 

0.0 

100.0 


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Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks 

1996-2003 Overview of Black Bear Hunting Effort and Harvest Success 
By Bear Management Unit, Season of Hunt, and License Year 


page 11 


Loc 


510 


520 


580 





Hunter Days/ 


Percent 

Days to Harvest 

Harvest 

Harvest 

Pent 

Pent 

Season 

Year 

Hunters 

Days 

Hunter 

Harvest 

Success 

Kill Unkn 


Female 

Male 

Fern 

Male 

All 

2003 

160 

680 

4.2 

5 

3.2 

131.5 

0 

5 

0 

100.0 

0.0 


2002 

206 

854 

4.1 

5 

2.5 

165.5 

0 

3 

3 

50.0 

50.0 


2001 

214 

840 

3.9 

12 

5.7 

68.4 

0 

2 

10 

20.0 

80.0 


2000 

163 

624 

3.8 

14 

8.5 

45.2 

0 

7 

7 

50.0 

50.0 


1999 

236 

1,013 

4.3 

5 

1.9 

223.0 

0 

2 

2 

50.0 

50.0 


1998 

232 

1,160 

5.0 

9 

3.8 

130.0 

0 

2 

7 

25.0 

75.0 


1997 

225 

962 

4.3 

0 

0.0 

-0.0 

0 

0 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 


1996 

154 

521 

3.4 

9 

6.1 

56.0 

0 

0 

9 

0.0 

100.0 

Spring 

2003 

129 

442 

3.4 

5 

4.0 

85.5 

0 

5 

0 

100.0 

0.0 


2002 

173 

640 

3.7 

5 

3.0 

124.0 

0 

3 

3 

50.0 

50.0 


2001 

184 

633 

3.4 

12 

6.7 

51.6 

0 

2 

10 

20.0 

80.0 


2000 

127 

382 

3.0 

12 

9.1 

33.2 

0 

5 

7 

40.0 

60.0 


1999 

204 

765 

3.7 

5 

2.2 

168.5 

0 

2 

2 

50.0 

50.0 


1998 

205 

1,019 

5.0 

9 

4.3 

114.3 

0 

2 

7 

25.0 

75.0 


1997 

183 

725 

4.0 

0 

0.0 

-0.0 

0 

0 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 


1996 

147 

437 

3.0 

9 

6.3 

47.0 

0 

0 

9 

0.0 

100.0 

Fall 

2003 

49 

238 

4.8 

0 

0.0 

-0.0 

0 

0 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 


2002 

57 

214 

3.8 

0 

0.0 

-0.0 

0 

0 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 


2001 

61 

206 

3.4 

0 

0.0 

-0.0 

0 

0 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 


2000 

58 

242 

4.2 

2 

4.0 

105.0 

0 

2 

0 

100.0 

0.0 


1999 

57 

248 

4.4 

0 

0.0 

-0.0 

0 

0 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 


1998 

49 

140 

2.9 

0 

0.0 

-0.0 

0 

0 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 


1997 

70 

237 

3.4 

0 

0.0 

-0.0 

0 

0 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 


1996 

23 

84 

3.6 

0 

0.0 

-0.0 

0 

0 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 

All 

2003 

421 

3,186 

7.6 

44 

10.4 

72.5 

0 

21 

23 

47.1 

52.9 


2002 

575 

3,568 

6.2 

46 

8.1 

76.8 

3 

5 

39 

11.1 

83.3 


2001 

440 

2,463 

5.6 

29 

6.7 

83.6 

0 

12 

17 

41.7 

58.3 


2000 

449 

2,899 

6.5 

30 

6.7 

96.8 

0 

2 

28 

7.7 

92.3 


1999 

382 

2,705 

7.1 

27 

7.1 

99.3 

0 

0 

27 

0.0 

100.0 


1998 

314 

1,996 

6.3 

22 

7.1 

89.5 

0 

7 

16 

30.0 

70.0 


1997 

274 

1,482 

5.4 

26 

9.4 

57.5 

0 

5 

21 

18.2 

81.8 


1996 

279 

1,444 

5.2 

21 

7.5 

69.0 

0 

7 

14 

33.3 

66.7 

Spring 

2003 

302 

1,881 

6.2 

26 

8.5 

72.8 

0 

13 

13 

50.0 

50.0 


2002 

420 

2,069 

4.9 

21 

4.9 

100.3 

3 

0 

18 

0.0 

87.5 


2001 

341 

1,554 

4.6 

20 

5.8 

79.1 

0 

10 

10 

50.0 

50.0 


2000 

336 

1,596 

4.7 

23 

6.8 

69.3 

0 

2 

21 

10.0 

90.0 


1999 

291 

1,533 

5.3 

23 

7.8 

67.5 

0 

0 

23 

0.0 

100.0 


1998 

252 

1,102 

4.4 

13 

5.3 

82.3 

0 

2 

11 

16.7 

83.3 


1997 

190 

776 

4.1 

23 

12.3 

33.1 

0 

5 

19 

20.0 

80.0 


1996 

235 

942 

4.0 

21 

8.9 

45.0 

0 

7 

14 

33.3 

66.7 

Fall 

2003 

202 

1,305 

6.5 

18 

9.0 

72.1 

0 

8 

10 

42.9 

57.1 


2002 

276 

1,499 

5.4 

26 

9.3 

58.1 

0 

5 

21 

20.0 

80.0 


2001 

199 

908 

4.6 

10 

4.9 

92.5 

0 

2 

7 

25.0 

75.0 


2000 

200 

1,303 

6.5 

7 

3.4 

188.7 

0 

0 

7 

0.0 

100.0 


1999 

170 

1,172 

6.9 

5 

2.7 

258.0 

0 

0 

5 

0.0 

100.0 


1998 

123 

894 

7.3 

9 

7.3 

100.3 

0 

4 

4 

50.0 

50.0 


1997 

115 

706 

6.1 

2 

2.0 

301.0 

0 

0 

2 

0.0 

100.0 


1996 

79 

502 

6.4 

0 

0.0 

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0 

0 

0 

-0.0 

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2003 

204 

1,065 

5.2 

23 

11.4 

45.8 

0 

8 

16 

33.3 

66.7 


2002 

212 

1,279 

6.0 

23 

11.0 

55.1 

0 

10 

13 

44.4 

55.6 


2001 

209 

1,476 

7.1 

32 

15.3 

46.2 

0 

10 

22 

30.8 

69.2 


2000 

226 

1,237 

5.5 

28 

12.2 

44.8 

0 

9 

18 

33.3 

66.7 


1999 

186 

924 

5.0 

16 

8.5 

58.1 

0 

2 

14 

14.3 

85.7 


1998 

167 

796 

4.8 

22 

13.3 

35.7 

0 

4 

18 

20.0 

80.0 


1997 

141 

549 

3.9 

30 

21.7 

18.0 

0 

9 

21 

30.8 

69.2 


1996 

163 

1,014 

6.2 

12 

7.1 

87.2 

0 

7 

5 

60.0 

40.0 

Spring 

2003 

114 

473 

4.2 

8 

6.8 

61.0 

0 

0 

8 

0.0 

100.0 


2002 

150 

580 

3.9 

15 

10.3 

37.5 

0 

8 

8 

50.0 

50.0 


2001 

130 

589 

4.5 

15 

11.3 

40.0 

0 

2 

12 

16.7 

83.3 


2000 

140 

569 

4.0 

23 

16.4 

24.7 

0 

9 

14 

40.0 

60.0 


1999 

114 

359 

3.2 

11 

10.0 

31.6 

0 

2 

9 

20.0 

80.0 


1998 

107 

401 

3.8 

22 

20.8 

18.0 

0 

4 

18 

20.0 

80.0 


1997 

66 

216 

3.3 

14 

21.4 

15.3 

0 

9 

5 

66.7 

33.3 


1996 

81 

419 

5.1 

0 

0.0 

-0.0 

0 

0 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 

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Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks 

1996-2003 Overview of Black Bear Hunting Effort and Harvest Success 
By Bear Management Unit, Season of Hunt, and License Year 


Loc 


580 


5XX 


XXX 





Hunter 

Days/ 


Percent 

Days to 

Harvest 

Harvest 

Harvest 

Pent 

Pent 

Season 

Year 

Hunters 

Days 

Hunter 

Harvest 

Success 

Kill 

Unkn 

Female 

Male 

Fern 

Male 

Fall 

2003 

127 

592 

4.7 

16 

12.2 

38.2 

0 

8 

8 

50.0 

50.0 


2002 

121 

699 

5.8 

8 

6.4 

90.3 

0 

3 

5 

33.3 

66.7 


2001 

130 

886 

6.8 

17 

13.2 

51.6 

0 

7 

10 

42.9 

57.1 


2000 

12 9 

668 

5.2 

5 

3.6 

145.0 

0 

0 

5 

0.0 

100.0 


1999 

111 

565 

5.1 

5 

4.1 

124.5 

0 

0 

5 

0.0 

100.0 


1998 

83 

395 

4.8 

0 

0.0 

-0.0 

0 

0 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 


1997 

91 

333 

3.6 

16 

17.9 

20.3 

0 

0 

16 

0.0 

100.0 


1996 

121 

595 

4.9 

12 

9.6 

51.2 

0 

7 

5 

60.0 

40.0 

All 

2003 

31 

165 

5.3 

5 

16.7 

32.0 

0 

3 

3 

50.0 

50.0 


2002 

10 

34 

3.3 

3 

25.0 

13.0 

0 

0 

3 

0.0 

100.0 


2001 

17 

125 

7.3 

0 

0.0 

-0.0 

0 

0 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 


2000 

16 

74 

4.6 

0 

0.0 

-0.0 

0 

0 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 


1999 

43 

284 

6.6 

0 

0.0 

-0.0 

0 

0 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 


1998 

42 

216 

5.1 

7 

15.8 

32.3 

0 

2 

4 

33.3 

66.7 


1997 

30 

174 

5.7 

5 

15.4 

37.0 

0 

2 

2 

50.0 

50.0 


1996 

30 

116 

3.8 

2 

7.7 

50.0 

0 

2 

0 

100.0 

0.0 

Spring 

2003 

26 

101 

3.9 

3 

10.0 

39.0 

0 

0 

3 

0.0 

100.0 


2002 

3 

10 

4.0 

0 

0.0 

-0.0 

0 

0 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 


2001 

10 

59 

6.0 

0 

0.0 

-0.0 

0 

0 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 


2000 

7 

23 

3.3 

0 

0.0 

-0.0 

0 

0 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 


1999 

25 

129 

5.2 

0 

0.0 

-0.0 

0 

0 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 


1998 

29 

107 

3.7 

4 

15.4 

24.0 

0 

2 

2 

50.0 

50.0 


1997 

16 

82 

5.0 

0 

0.0 

-0.0 

0 

0 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 


1996 

21 

60 

2.9 

0 

0.0 

-0.0 

0 

0 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 

Fall 

2003 

13 

65 

5.0 

3 

20.0 

25.0 

0 

3 

0 

100.0 

0.0 


2002 

8 

23 

3.0 

3 

33.3 

9.0 

0 

0 

3 

0.0 

100.0 


2001 

12 

66 

5.4 

0 

0.0 

-0.0 

0 

0 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 


2000 

12 

51 

4.4 

0 

0.0 

-0.0 

0 

0 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 


1999 

32 

154 

4.9 

0 

0.0 

-0.0 

0 

0 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 


1998 

16 

109 

7.0 

2 

14.3 

49.0 

0 

0 

2 

0.0 

100.0 


1997 

21 

91 

4.3 

5 

22.2 

19.5 

0 

2 

2 

50.0 

50.0 


1996 

12 

56 

4.8 

2 

20.0 

24.0 

0 

2 

0 

100.0 

0.0 

All 

2003 

98 

974 

9.9 

3 

2.6 

377.0 

0 

0 

3 

0.0 

100.0 


2002 

52 

348 

6.8 

5 

10.0 

67.5 

0 

0 

5 

0.0 

100.0 


2001 

91 

552 

6.1 

5 

5.4 

112.5 

0 

2 

2 

50.0 

50.0 


2000 

35 

196 

5.7 

2 

6.7 

85.0 

0 

0 

2 

0.0 

100.0 


1999 

43 

313 

7.3 

7 

15.8 

46.0 

0 

5 

2 

66.7 

33.3 


1998 

89 

1,253 

14.1 

9 

10.0 

140.5 

0 

2 

7 

25.0 

75.0 


1997 

54 

528 

9.8 

7 

13.0 

75.0 

2 

0 

5 

0.0 

66.7 


1996 

37 

235 

6.3 

2 

6.3 

101.0 

0 

0 

2 

0.0 

100.0 

Spring 

2003 

54 

452 

8.3 

0 

0.0 

-0.0 

0 

0 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 


2002 

26 

101 

3.9 

0 

0.0 

-0.0 

0 

0 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 


2001 

39 

174 

4.4 

2 

6.3 

71.0 

0 

0 

2 

0.0 

100.0 


2000 

18 

85 

4.6 

2 

12.5 

37.0 

0 

0 

2 

0.0 

100.0 


1999 

20 

116 

5.7 

2 

11.1 

51.0 

0 

2 

0 

100.0 

0.0 


1998 

47 

421 

9.0 

9 

19.0 

47.3 

0 

2 

7 

25.0 

75.0 


1997 

21 

117 

5.6 

5 

22.2 

25.0 

2 

0 

2 

0.0 

50.0 


1996 

16 

91 

5.6 

2 

14.3 

39.0 

0 

0 

2 

0.0 

100.0 

Fall 

2003 

70 

522 

7.5 

3 

3.7 

202.0 

0 

0 

3 

0.0 

100.0 


2002 

36 

248 

6.9 

5 

14.3 

48.0 

0 

0 

5 

0.0 

100.0 


2001 

61 

378 

6.2 

2 

4.0 

154.0 

0 

2 

0 

100.0 

0.0 


2000 

25 

111 

4.4 

0 

0.0 

-0.0 

0 

0 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 


1999 

34 

198 

5.8 

5 

13.3 

43.5 

0 

2 

2 

50.0 

50.0 


1998 

54 

832 

15.5 

0 

0.0 

-0.0 

0 

0 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 


1997 

40 

410 

10.3 

2 

5.9 

175.0 

0 

0 

2 

0.0 

100.0 


1996 

23 

144 

6.2 

0 

0.0 

-0.0 

0 

0 

0 

-0.0 

-0.0 


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Appendix A 


1996 to 2003 
Black Bear 
Hunting and Harvest 
Statistics 

Data File Description 


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Black Bear 

Hunting and Harvest Statistics 


Description of Data File 

License Years 1996 to 2003 


Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks 


Harvest Surveys 


September 14, 2004 

This document contains a description of the license years 1996 to 2003 Black Bear Hunting and Harvest Statistics data 
file. This file was exported from the Harvest Surveys Hunting and Harvest Statistics Oracle database. It contains all the 
statistics used to produce the report tables printed in the 2003 Black Bear Hunting and Harvest Report (9/14/2004), 
2002 Black Bear Hunting and Harvest Report (11/5/2003), 1997 to 2001 Black Bear Hunting and Harvest Report 
(10/22/2002), and the 1996 Black Bear Hunting and Harvest Report (11/4/1997). The data is available in a Comma 
Separated Value ASCII text file where character values are quoted and numeric values are not. Numeric values were 
exported to 3 decimal places. Undefined and otherwise null values are flagged as -9.9. Headers are not included. The 
data file has the extension *.Csv. It is accompanied by a *.sch file which provides file format and column type 
information. This data description document is included in the 2003 Black Bear Hunting and Harvest Report as 
Appendix A, and as a stand alone “rich text format” document included with the compressed data file. Descriptions and 
column definitions for the data file are given below. See the full report for further information and explanations of the 
analysis methods used to produce the statistical estimates. 


BbHh03to96_040914.Csv — 1996 to 2003 Black Bear Hunting and Harvest Statistics Data Table 
(Across years estimates last assembled 9/14/2004.) 


• LicYr (License Year): 1996 .. 2003. A license year runs from March of the given calendar year through February 

of the following calendar year. 

• Loc (Location): STA=Statewide; R01..R07,R09=Regional 1..7,Unknown; ###=Hunting District Code. Bear 

hunting districts are also called Bear Management Units. 

• Season: ALL=Both seasons combined, S=Spring season, F=Fall season. 

• Res (Residency and type of license): ALL=Both MT residents and non-residents. R=Residents of MT, 

N=Nonresidents. License Type=RSpo (R Sportsperson License with Bear), RBear (R Bear License), NBear 
(N Bear License). 

• Sort_LY, Sort Loc, Sort Seas, Sort Res: Assist in sorting the records by the variables defined above. 

• Sales: Number of Black Bear licenses issued for the given Residency (and License Type). 

• Exp_Fact (Expansion Factor): Sales of bear licenses of given residency and type, divided by survey respondents 

holding that license type (returned valid survey responses used in analysis). 

• Hunt (Hunters): Point estimate of number of license holders actively hunting. 

• Hunt L (Hunters Lower Bound): Lower 80% confidence bound on hunters. 

• Hunt_U (Hunters Upper Bound): Upper 80% confidence bound on hunters. 

• DistHunt (Districts Hunted): Sum of number of Hunting Districts reported in by active hunters. Used in 

computation of various meaningful hunting effort ratios. 

• HDays (Hunter Days): Sum of number of days or partial days spent bear hunting by active hunters. 

• HDays L (Hunter Days Lower Bound): Lower 80% confidence bound on hunter days. 

• HDaysU (Hunter Days Upper Bound): Upper 80% confidence bound on hunter days. 

• Harv (Harvest): Point estimate of number of bears harvested. 

• Harv_L (Harv Low Bnd): Lower bound of 80% confidence interval on harvest. 

• Harv_U (Harv Up Bnd): Upper bound of 80% confidence interval on harvest. 


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• PctSucc (Percent Success): Percent of active hunters that successfully harvested a bear. 

• HarvU (Harvest of Unknown Sex): Point estimate of number of bears harvested of unknown sex. 

• HarvF (Harvest of Females): Point estimate of number of female bears harvested. 

• HarvM (Harvest of Males): Point estimate of number of male bears harvested. 

• TP_U (Harvest during Unknown Time Period): Point estimate of harvest where time period was unknown. 

• TP_1 (Harvest during Time Period 1): Point estimate of harvest during time period 1, Spring-April. 

• TP_2 (Harvest during Time Period 2): Point estimate of harvest during time period 2, Spring-May. 

• TP_3 (Harvest during Time Period 3): Point estimate of harvest during time period 3, Spring-June. 

• TP_4 (Harvest during Time Period 4): Point estimate of harvest during time period 4, Fall-September. 

• TP_5 (Harvest during Time Period 5): Point estimate of harvest during time period 5, Fall-October before start of 

general big game season. 

• TP_6 (Harvest during Time Period 6): Point estimate of harvest during time period 6, Fall-October and early 

November, 1 st week of general big game season. 

• TP_7 (Harvest during Time Period 7): Point estimate of harvest during time period 7, Fall-November after 1 st 

week of general big game season. 

Various ratios and percents further describing Black Bear hunting effort and harvest success can be computed based on 
these provided statistics. Please refer to the 2003 Black Bear Hunting and Harvest Report for definitions of these 
ratios and percents and examples of their use. 

Black Bear Hunting and Harvest Statistics were computed for certain combinations and groupings of values of the 3 
variables Loc, Season, and Residency, within each License Year: 


Loc 

Season 

Residency (& LicType) Explanation 

STA 

ALL 

ALL 

Statewide, Season combined, Residency combined. 

STA 

ALL 

R&N 

Statewide, Season combined, Residency Res & Non-res. 

STA 

ALL 

RSpo RBear, NBear 

Statewide, Season combined. Residency to specific license type. 

STA 

S&F 

ALL 

Statewide, Season Spring/Fall, Residency combined. 

STA 

S&F 

R&N 

Statewide, Season Spring/Fall, Residency Res & Non-res. 

STA 

S&F 

RSpo RBear, NBear 

Statewide, Season Spring/Fall, Residency to specific license type. 

R01..R07.R09 

ALL 

ALL 

Regional, Season combined. Residency combined. 

R01..R07.R09 

ALL 

R&N 

Regional, Season combined. Residency Res & Non-res. 

R01..R07.R09 

ALL 

RSpo RBear, NBear 

Regional, Season combined, Residency to specific license type. 

R01..R07.R09 

S&F 

ALL 

Regional, Season Spring/Fall, Residency combined. 

R01..R07.R09 

S&F 

R&N 

Regional, Season Spring/Fall, Residency Res & Non-res. 

R01..R07.R09 

S&F 

RSpo RBear, NBear 

Regional, Season Spring/Fall, Residency to specific license type. 

District ### 

ALL 

ALL 

By District, Season sombined, Residency combined. 

District MU 

ALL 

R&N 

By District, Season combined, Residency Res & Non-res. 

District UM 

S&F 

ALL 

By District, Season Spring/Fall, Residency combined. 

District MU 

S&F 

R&N 

By District, Season Spring/Fall, Residency Res & Non-res. 


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