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    Default Successful Kodiak Brown Bear Hunt

    Here is a video of my brothers successful Brown Bear Hunt, and a few teaser photos. There is good video of most of the 41 bears we came across.

    Enjoy!

    -JR

    http://youtu.be/6Fzyu9O64Lk

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    Nice vid.Ya'll were well equipped
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    Great video! A warm bed at night and a four wheeler to help pack out, now that's the way to do it.

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    I liked the video it looks like you guys had a blast.

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    Great video, love boat based hunts. Congrats to all.
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    As always your video rocked!!! Thanks for sharing. Congrats to you guys!!

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    Thanks guys! The boat hunt was a new experience for me. It only makes sense that since we had a warm dry place to stay that the weather was amazing... we only had 3 days of precipitation compared to one dry day in the last two years (30 days) of hunting Kodiak.
    -JR

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    Any chance you can make the video able to be seen by mobile devices (iPad)
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    Awesome video! Way to stick with it in the snow and cold! Congrats on a great bear.

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    Cool vid excpet you give away your east coast/southern roots by counting each point. Just count count each side left/right side....i.e..4x3. I know a little more complicated math but I'm sure you can handle it.

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    great great video...congrats on the hunt too!!

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    Great video! Congratulations on an awesome hunt!

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    and good soundtrack! Thanks for sharing.

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    Great video and congrats on another outstanding hunting trip with your friends and family JR! You boys sure know how to get it done.

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    Thank you everyone. I will see what I can do for the ipad/phone issue. If I cant get it to clear Youtube I will post it on Vimeo and add a link. Birdstrike there are a few East coast tendencies I still hold on to such as deer antler descriptions (4x3 is 12 in my book) and snowmobile vs snowmachine. Anymore I think I do it just to piss off my friends ... especially the ones I out highmark.
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    This version is lower quality, but will work on mobile devices.
    -JR


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    Awesome video! Thanks for making it mobile friendly!! Congrats on the nice bear
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    Man, that looks like it was a fun hunt. Congrats on the bear, thats a story that you will never forget.

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    Hey G, what a special hunt to do it with your Dad very cool. I hope my dad and I still have a few hunts left. Great job on the video. What software did you use for editing?

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    Makes me want to put in for another tag for down there.
    Thanks for sharing a great video
    Dan

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