I have (what I think is) a large, mature sow on my bait site. I have mixed feelings on whether or not I should shoot it if I get the opportunity. I don't think I could pass it up, considering I only have one bear under my belt and this bear is much larger than the one I killed. My area has a quota of six sows and I am tempted to take this one because, 1) because she's huge, in my opinion and, 2) her hide is perfect with no signs of rubbing. A lot of the bears on my site have rub marks. The only reason I am considering passing is I know there are some bruiser boars in my neck of the woods and this big sow could possibly draw them to my site come ruttin' time. What would you guys do? I've only been doing this since '09 so I am no bear expert. I'm only guessing it's a sow due to the pear-shaped body, narrow head and long, pointy nose.