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    Default Son's First Bear

    My Son scored on his first Black Bear and I took a few photos of him doing his first skinning job.



    The tools.



    Making the cuts.



















    Of course, we had to eat some!!











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    Way to go, Stid! Great pics, per usual from you. Congrats to your son. Is that a Remmie muzzleloader he is using?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt View Post
    Way to go, Stid! Great pics, per usual from you. Congrats to your son. Is that a Remmie muzzleloader he is using?
    Thanks Sir, He is shooting a Savage MLII with Accutrigger.
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    Cool! I like the tip protector on the meat hook. I'll have to copy that for mine. Congrats

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    As always, you showing us just how its done! With Style! Great hunt and some tremendous memories!
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    Less snow than when we were there. Good job!

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    Stid: You're doing it with true style.

    Best regards!

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    Nicely done and it looks like he was well trained in the arts!!

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    Nice to see Steve, great job!

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    Way to go you guys! You sure know how to capture the hunt with photos - thanks.

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    Congrats to you both..great job!
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    cool congrats to your son Steve.

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