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    Default Some photos from out east (wrangells)

    Just got home from a grizz/goat hunt in the wrangells. Clients weren't in super shape had a shot at one goat and one trip into the mtns and the other client said he'd has enough mt goat adventure! we killed the only bear we saw. 8'7" boar with no teeth.
    Oh and a photo of the powerline outside my house today!



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    Cool photos Jake. Thanks.
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    Nice grizz Jake! Your client doesn't look all that happy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by broncoformudv View Post
    Nice grizz Jake! Your client doesn't look all that happy?
    He looks whipped. Jake walked his legs off.

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    Beauty of a bear!

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    Nice pics and bear. That power line pic is sweet!!!

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    What's the scoop on the powerline, did they send a crew out yet for repairs?

    Client indeed looks whooped. Love the sunset pic (assume it's sunset).

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    Very nice photos and a very nice bear!

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    I love that bison picture. Man, what I would give for one of those tags. That's a nice grizz, too. What did it sq and how big was the skull?

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    Great pictures. Looks like a Chitna Bison?
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    Great photos, thanks for sharing.
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    Incredible photos. Thanks for sharing. That's a lot of change to drop on a goat hunt just to make one trip and quit. Does that happen a lot? You'd think they'd know it isn't a walk in the park.

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    Very nice. Thanks for posting.

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    Very cool pics for sure!
    I have seen that "look" on the clients face before many times - it is when you know the hunt is over and you just remembered the sweetie you are about to return too and the promises you made before you left to do ALLL the honey-do's she will surely have thought up?
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    Congratulations Jake,
    Love to get one like that next fall and I promise to smile!!!

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    Nice work again Jake. You are a freaking bear finding machine!! You all done hunt guiding for the season and going back to the same winter gig? If so I'll have to see ya out at work again.

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    i've got one brown bear hunter on kodiak next week and two deer hunts to do, should be done guiding dec 3rd i think i come home, then off to the winter gig if i can get some guys booked for it.
    skull was right at 24" on that bear.
    yep those are chitna bison, just walked right up to me, biggest bull in the herd.
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    As always outstanding.Belive the client would have cried if he had to skin and pact in out.Hard to believe at times that the taking is the easy part.
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