BY BILL RAGOSTA Potter County WCO I F YOU'RE NOT FAMILIAR with the term, photobombing is the act of unexpectedly popping into the background as a photograph is being snapped, often as a practical joke. But in a case I worked the year of Pennsylvania's first archery bear season, I became a photobomber, pretty much by accident. My phone rang the evening before the season opener. 16 "What are you doing tomorrow morning?" the caller asked. I recognized the voice immediately. It was retired Deputy Dan Schoonover - always a valuable source of information. Dan said he had learned licorice, caramel and other candy had been placed strategically on property hunted by a local camp as an apparent enticement for bears. I assured him I'd check out his baiting report first thing on opening day.