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    Very cool AK! Thanks for sharing!

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    Very nice ak2go
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    The ones that i don't shot with the gun get shot with the camera

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    Thanks for the pictures, nice bear

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    Here is the problem with baiting black bears in alaska, darn grizzies.. The first pic is a grizzly walking into the bait while I was skinning my black bear on monday. As a Solo hunter this kind of situation sucks, on the ground with fresh meat ! Luckily he saw me about the time I saw him & I scared him off. If ya think you got big "marbles" then this is the rush for you !!

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    Found some fresh sign, now I just have to find the Yogi that did it.





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    Quote Originally Posted by jjenness View Post
    Found some fresh sign, now I just have to find the Yogi that did it.

    Man that looks like some prime country to find booboo in!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dihardhunter View Post
    Headed for NW Montana in 4 days. Will be hunting for almost 10 full days. Thanks to several Eastmans members for their input and advice! Hope to have a report soon!
    Well how'd it go?
    Can't spell scum without U&M... Go 'Cats!

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    Just returned yesterday MSUcat61! Due to a couple travel complexities, we only got in 8 days of hunting but saw 5 bears. All boars. Hunting higher, more rugged stuff I guess we weeded out a bunch of the sow/cubs??? At least that's my theory.

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    1 of those bears was a huge boar grizz which we got to watch for a while - quite the treat. Wolves put us to sleep a couple nights. Saw every ungulate in the book. More wildflowers and migrating songbirds than the mind could fathom.

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    Only decided to make 2 stalks all week. Fortunately, the first paid off in a handsome black bear. We ran out of daylight on the other mature boar on the final night - a FINE slate black boar. Mine squared in the mid 5' range and weighed 175-190 pounds I'd guess. Black guard hairs with dark brown roots. Gorgeous bear for my first bear. Snapped this picture as he was coming down off the top of the mountain into a big cut.

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    Killed him 4 miles from the truck which made for a nice hump out the next morning.

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    The good kind of work though.

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    Couple more pics from the trip. We deemed it a smashing success! Beautiful country with a great friend and tons of game seen.

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