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    Default How Big? Trail cam pix

    June 20 game cam 003.jpgspring bearcam 2013 017.jpg
    As its always fun trying to estimate bears' size from grainy game cam photos, here's a couple to look at. This is the same bear, slightly different angles. I'll try to post up a few more later. It is a 55 gallon blue plastic drum in the photo.

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    Difficult to tell from the angle; not sure what his length is ... he seems to be on the narrow side as far as body cavity. Maybe a 5 to 6' 170-200 pounds would be my guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by willphish4food View Post
    June 20 game cam 003.jpgspring bearcam 2013 017.jpg
    As its always fun trying to estimate bears' size from grainy game cam photos, here's a couple to look at. This is the same bear, slightly different angles. I'll try to post up a few more later. It is a 55 gallon blue plastic drum in the photo.
    Big enough to fit in the freezer in the form of hunter sticks!!!

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    Here's a couple...HUNT0086.jpgHUNT0002.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frostbitten View Post
    Big enough to fit in the freezer in the form of hunter sticks!!!
    Your right on; and if it won't fit in your freezer, I can help you out!

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    Here's one of the guys hitting our bait ... or he was until the brown bears ran him out of town.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Laker Taker View Post
    Here's a couple...HUNT0086.jpgHUNT0002.jpg
    Hard to tell how big, with no references, but certainly a pig!

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    I ground checked him. 6', skull a shade under 18". Standing beside the barrel, his back came just above the last ring.

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