Alaska has recently opened a few area to baiting of Grizzly/Brown Bears. The black bear bait hunters were complaining that the grizzlies would move in on their stands and keep the black bear away. They were making some grizzlies pretty fat from dog food and doughnuts!

The only caveat is that you have to salvage the meat of the bear for human consumption. Of course, that only means that you have to take it out of the field, they can't make you eat it. Non-residents still need to have a guide.

I just wondered what you all think of this; is it ethical? Anyone want to try a brown bear sandwich?