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Prince George man upset after bear warning issued for apple tree

Garnet Fraser believes this electric fence should serve as a deterrent to any bears interested in his apple tree.

A Prince George man is upset after a conservation officer told him to pick his apples or risk a fine. Although fines can be issued for attracting bears with fruit trees, Fraser believes this warning does not apply because the apples were not ripe, and they were protected by an electric fence. Now he's concerned that there is a war on fruit trees in Prince George. He speaks with Daybreak's Andrew Kurjata.


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