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    Default First rubbed animal and it isnt spring

    It looks like a rub to me, and it aint spring yet! not to often I see the rub on the top of my head, so I thought I'd share it. We havent seen any bears out, but I bet they will come out hungry with no winter kill deer, they will prolly be working the kids from the goats pretty good this spring. If your goin bear huntin this spring in our area look for goats and then glass around them you should spot a bear or two stalking waiting for kids to drop, good luck.
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    Ha ha ha! Not what you were hoping to see? Cool view other than the rubbed beast!


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    That is just crazy to see no snow. Hopefully this means a good year for deer and good hunting for bear hunters this spring.
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    We had a mild winter for sure! The deer hunting is goin to be good to excellent.
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    That's not a bad rub for kodiak. It's those rear end rubs that are scary!! Glad I didn't see one of those in this thread!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by BRWNBR View Post
    That's not a bad rub for kodiak. It's those rear end rubs that are scary!! Glad I didn't see one of those in this thread!!
    It looked bad when I saw it.
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    Standing mount on a big rock, set in the corner of the room & no will see the rub mark.

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