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Thread: 10'-9" Brown Bear NEAR HOPE, ALASKA....... free registration permit.

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    Default 10'-9" Brown Bear NEAR HOPE, ALASKA....... free registration permit.

    MONSTER Brown Bears are roaming the Six Mile creek and Cripple Creek drainages. Some of these monsters are 24 years old. Get your FREE permit online or at F&G office.

    Other areas with prehistoric MONSTER bears are the mouths of the creeks chocked with salmon that drain into the south shore of Turnagain Arm, Like Seattle Creek & Sawmill Creek.

    The drainages of Little Indian and Big Indian (accessible via Cripple Creek or boat) are full of 10'-4" PLUS monsters.

    You have about 8 weeks to "MAN-UP" and do your part to, Get'R done.

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    I would like to hear more about this opportunity when I get back from my caribou hunt!

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    I'm game!
    What's it going to take?

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    Got anything closer, maybe a couple in yer yard, AGL?

    I'm looking for an easy hunt, for once......
    If you can't Kill it with a 30-06, you should Hide.

    "Dam it all", The Beaver told me.....

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    THEY'RE EVERYWHERE...!!! THEY'RE EVERYWHERE...!!!
    Sheep hunting...... the pain goes away, but the stupidity remains...!!!

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    Heck, one with a 9" pad walked across my frosty lawn last Sept.

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    Man this SOUNDS like a great opportunity to KILL a big bear who would HAVE thought there would BE bears in THEM there WOODS.

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    I think I have heard of a couple of 11 footers out there.

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    Kenai peninsula brown bears are an extremely rare bear and there is only about 6 still in existence on the peninsula. But thanks to the feds for shutting down the evil hunters from killing all of them, these bears will live on. (lots of sarcasm)

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    We can still hunt them off the refuge right? I know where some big ones are in Unit 7

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    Quote Originally Posted by slickwilly30 View Post
    We can still hunt them off the refuge right? I know where some big ones are in Unit 7
    Yeah its just the refuge we can't hunt on.. Hey slick you need company?

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    I thought all brown bears are over 10' !

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    Quote Originally Posted by .338 mag. View Post
    I thought all brown bears are over 10' !
    Only AFTER they've been shot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CapnMike View Post
    Only AFTER they've been shot!
    No......usually they go from being 10 footers to around 8 after they've been shot.........lol
    Sheep hunting...... the pain goes away, but the stupidity remains...!!!

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