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    Default Memorial Day Weekend Brownie Hunt Question

    I am trying to help out the moose population this weekend and kill a Grizz. I was considering the Denali Highway but am looking for any more suggestions. I have an ATV but no snow machine (not that there is enough snow to use one). Does anyone have any suggestions on where to go and where to camp? I am open to go anywhere that I can get to from the Valley. I was thinking unit 13 or 16, but just want a good chance of seeing and killing one.

    Thanks for the tips!

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    Yeah, me too! Only I want to take it in unit 15, please. Preferably closer than 60 minutes from my house like the last one. Oh, and a little bit bigger, please. You can PM me too if you don't want to put this on the interweb. Thanks in advance for any help. And, oh yeah, any chance you could help me pack it out? Thanks again.
    Your sarcasm is way, waaaayyyyyyyy more sarcastic than mine!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cod View Post
    Yeah, me too! Only I want to take it in unit 15, please. Preferably closer than 60 minutes from my house like the last one. Oh, and a little bit bigger, please.
    You don't ask for much do ya.....
    Sheep hunting...... the pain goes away, but the stupidity remains...!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cod View Post
    Yeah, me too! Only I want to take it in unit 15, please. Preferably closer than 60 minutes from my house like the last one. Oh, and a little bit bigger, please. You can PM me too if you don't want to put this on the interweb. Thanks in advance for any help. And, oh yeah, any chance you could help me pack it out? Thanks again.
    I can't imagine it's true but I feel like that might have been "sarcasm"...


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    Quote Originally Posted by limon32 View Post
    I can't imagine it's true but I feel like that might have been "sarcasm"...


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    Naw......not cod.
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    Drive to Ingram Creek, but on hip-boots, walk or ride up the beach to Seattle Creek........park. Hike up Seattle Creek, shoot nine or ten foot Brown Bear, process bear and come home......drink beer. Or cross Seattle Creek above the falls and go on up the beach to Sawmill Creek, Sawmill Creek is home range for ten foot PLUS Brown Bears. It is steep, but full of monster Brown Bears.

    Or.......drive the Hope, Alaska and hike out to Gull Rock, then at low tide continue up the beach to the Little Indian and Big Indian drainage, these are full of never hunted in the last 115 years, Monster Brown Bears. The Little Indian and Big Indian can also be accessed by a short hike up Cripple Creek valley, from downtown Hope, Alaska.

    Or cross Six-mile creek at the mouth at low tide, walk around to Snipers Point and shoot monster Brown Bear.....but you have to wait for another low tide to come back. Chest waders work best. But hip boots can work at minus tide.

    Or cross Six-mile creek at the take-out and hunt Falls Creek or Walker Creek or Black Creek, they have never been hunted in the last 122 years, and are full of monster Brown Bears.........warning this is tough country to hunt.

    The bowl below Alpienglow mountain is also full of monster bears.

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    And don't forget the hide is going to weigh 100 lbs in the way out!


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    Quote Originally Posted by AGL4now View Post
    these are full of never hunted in the last 115 years.......

    they have never been hunted in the last 122 years....

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    Wow..........I didn't know you were quite THAT old AGL...!!!
    Sheep hunting...... the pain goes away, but the stupidity remains...!!!

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    I am almost that old, or so it feels in the morning.

    Quote Originally Posted by 4merguide View Post
    Wow..........I didn't know you were quite THAT old AGL...!!!

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