If you bust a bear feeding and run it off do you sit and wait in a good vantage point of the feed trees imediately or get out and sneak back in the next day?
A few years ago on the NF, i had to search high and low, but finally found a few red oaks that were producing. There was maybe a double handful on the ground, and those trees limbs had been freshly lapped.
On my first afternoon hunt there, i was looking for a tree to climb when I saw a nice bear sitting on his butt like a dog watching me. He wasnt 20 yards away. It actually startled me because i wasnt expecting that. As soon as i made eye contact he ran off.
I found the best tree and climbed up about 12 feet or so. That bear came back about 10 minutes later and I gigged him. Interestingly, he was absolutely full of copperplated shotgun pellets, and had been shot in one of his hams twice with what i guessed to be a 22. He didnt have an ounce of fat on him and still weighed nearly 200 pounds.
Over the years, ive had them come back. Ive had them tear down the mountainside running away never to be seen again, and ive had them stand up and pop their jaws at me and stand their ground during turkey season (just once-and I backed off slowly and left). Theres no right or wrong answer to your question because you never know. If the bear was in the area you were going to hunt anyway id still set up and hunt.