Even though illegal, some use dogs. Or make it legal and get permits to run their dogs. I think Weyerhauser has something with the state to give certain dog hunters permits so they can hunt on Weyerhauser land legally...Many other hunters stand hunt or "stump" hunt. Just find a stump or something to rest on that over looks an area where you have been seeing bear. For this approach it's best to find a feeding area such a salmonberry, hucklyberry, or cascara patches are good spots. Other hunters drive around in hopes of just seeing one and sometimes this works well. Log truck drivers see bears more than anyone and they are just driving around, lol. Good Luck.
Also on a lot of Weyerhauser land they still have up "bear feeding" stations, usually an old 55 gallon drum they use to feed them so they won't damage as many trees. If they still use them, I'd suggest banging on the side of it and sit back and wait? May get lucky.
Most usually spot and stalk or just sit over an area. I got a spot that is nothing but Mt. Huckleberries and they just crowd in there when the berries are on. Although I only seen one during daylight, 2 weeks before season. But my inlaws got one chasing their dog. So I'll set up a tree stand and maybe spill a box of Krispy Kremes...OOOppps.