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    Default 2013 spring blackie pics

    It started off slow this year with our spot and stalk but last Saturday to Tuesday we went 4 for 4 on stalks.Almost went 5 in 5 on Wednesday but couldn't get it done.A bit late but thought I would share some pics.

    Jon's boy Dominic's first bear a big 6'9"squared bruiser




    April's 5'8" sow



    Ray's 5'5" sow




    My 6'5" boar


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    Very nice bears, Congrats

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    Awesome! All look like great bears! Congrats to Dominic too, that bear is a monster!
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    Looks like your the one we call sensei... Or simply the GWH... Nice looking bears for sure...

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    Right on! Nice, happy for Dominic!! Congrats to all.

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    Congrats to all.
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    Wouldn't that be 4 for 5? Nice haul of bears.

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    Kotton kills! Way cool bro.
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    Well done everyone.......and I did not see one bloody eye brow. Congratulations to everyone.

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    Not that I don't think all the pics are great, but the pic with Jon and Dominic is just priceless....Congrats you guys/gal...!!!
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    Awesome, cool to see the young ones out gettin them!
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    Nice work bear slayer!!! Good collection of bears for sure!

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    You sir are one of the most successful all around hunters here and most of the year still to go.Congrats
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    Nice bears!
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    The kids bear was a knuckle dragger for sure! One ear was cut in 1/2 down the middle and healed up after a fight years ago and he was really rubbed so we decided not to rug it. Now the kid keeps mentioning that we should take the money we saved by not getting it rugged and put it onto chasing griz up north...

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    Quote Originally Posted by LuJon View Post
    Now the kid keeps mentioning that we should take the money we saved by not getting it rugged and put it onto chasing griz up north...
    Smart kid........lol
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    Nice bears! Congratulations.

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    That's awesome. You guys rocked it going 4 for 4!

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    Now the kid keeps mentioning that we should take the money we saved by not getting it rugged and put it onto chasing griz up north...


    Kid has the right idea. Is it going to happen?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LuJon View Post
    The kids bear was a knuckle dragger for sure! One ear was cut in 1/2 down the middle and healed up after a fight years ago and he was really rubbed so we decided not to rug it. Now the kid keeps mentioning that we should take the money we saved by not getting it rugged and put it onto chasing griz up north...

    Just remember, you started it!! Smart kid, you got yourself a great hunting buddy there! Pony up DAD! You know he's right! DO WORK!!

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