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    Default Kodiak brown bear down!

    I haven't posted many pictures this year due to the vibe towards guides and non resident hunters in the forums this winter. However since none of these are sheep photos and it's a non res specific drawing tag I figured it would be ok to share! Lol
    Did a week with a great client from Ohio who came for deer and bear on the island.
    He connected with two nice bucks and this 9'2" boar on his hunt!


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    Fantastic animals!! No need to be apologetic, if you don't have a few haters you're not accomplishing very much imo.

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    Great bucks, lots of character. Congratulations!

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    Great pictures, Thanks for sharing!

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    I've used a guide before (Nevada - mule deer) so I won't rip you a new one. Nice buck in this pic. Outstanding composition on that photo with the antlers skylined and the bay in the background.



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    I haven't posted many pictures this year due to the vibe towards guides and non resident hunters in the forums this winter. However since none of these are sheep photos and it's a non res specific drawing tag I figured it would be ok to share! Lol
    Did a week with a great client from Ohio who came for deer and bear on the island.
    He connected with two nice bucks and this 9'2" boar on his hunt!
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    Love the bear pics BRWNBR; keep em coming.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BRWNBR View Post
    I haven't posted many pictures this year due to the vibe towards guides and non resident hunters in the forums this winter. However since none of these are sheep photos and it's a non res specific drawing tag I figured it would be ok to share! Lol
    Did a week with a great client from Ohio who came for deer and bear on the island.
    He connected with two nice bucks and this 9'2" boar on his hunt!
    Right on buddy. Good to hear from you...!!!
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    Bout time we had a hunting story and pics!

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    Great pics and smart hunter. He must have used this outfit.
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    Sooooo, the hunter shot a 9'-2" in a 12' or bigger area ..........just kidding........nice photos, congratulations to the hunter.

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    Nice bear!

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    Most excellent! Heading out for deer myself in a week and a half, and would love to find one or two like those your client took. Nicely done!

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    Good deal. Congrats! Keep 'em coming.

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    Hey, Cuz....I though you were retired....and therefore not posting.....

    Screw what others rant about, give us the goods!

    More more more....you know how that is **** nice Bear.
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    yOU DA MAN. excellent TROPHIES AND SUPER PICTURES. mANY THANKS FOR SHARING (aLITTLE STORY ON THE bEAR?)

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    I'm jealous so I hate guides and non res!!.

    9'2''?? That's all your gonna tell us? Green score, plus a little bit of the story please. Gotta give the haters something to feast on now.
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    Amazing animals!! That skylined buck has some great character.
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    congrats to you and the hunter, that little bear has an enormous snout!!
    awsome!!

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    Great photos congrats
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    To preface this, I am NOT talking smack in this post. Which is the guide and which is the client (I don't know what BRWNBR looks like)? If I shot either of those bucks or that bear I would definitely want to be in the photo! I would also want my guide to be in the photo if I hired one and he put me on those critters. Either way, those are all great looking animals! As everybody else said, keep them coming!!

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