AaronBlaine

ANYONE GET ANY BEARS YET?

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He actually surprised me. I had pics of him ripping my camera off the tree but all the pics were at 6:30 pm. I got him with my bow at 10 yards at 8:45 am. He ran roughly 70 yards before biting the dust. He was approximately 300lbs according to the taxidermist and the taxidermist also said his skull will measure close to 18" which will qualify for the pope & young record book.   

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Bad. Ass. You are one courageous dude. Hats off.

 

 

I second that.   I would think twice before taking a shot with a bow.  But I generally hunt from the ground

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attachicon.gifbear.jpg Shot him Friday 10/10/14 at 6pm in 6R dressed out at 240lbs.

 

Nice bear.


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Back on the 17th of October, a decent sized bruin gave me a good shot. They seem to love the creek bed on the private property I hunt in the West Cameron. An area I've hunted for years. This is my 3rd from this particular drainage.

 

 

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