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    So where are we with the open registration for "MONSTER/GIANT?HUGE BROWN BEARS" on the Lovely Kenai Peninsula........???

    How many of these "PREHISTORIC MONSTERS" have been harvested..........????

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    Quote Originally Posted by AGL4now View Post
    So where are we with the open registration for "MONSTER/GIANT?HUGE BROWN BEARS" on the Lovely Kenai Peninsula........???

    How many of these "PREHISTORIC MONSTERS" have been harvested..........????
    Just saw a picture yesterday on facebook of a huge Brown bear taken here on the Peninsula. Source is credible as the hunter is a friend of one of my coworkers wife. I'm still waiting on the details of the hunt, so cant elaborate too much yet.

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    here's a screenshot from the post.


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    That is a BIG bear. Hard to even find his ears. There are some monster Brown Bears on the Kenai Peninsula, because it has been "Largely" un-hunted for several decades.

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    Holy $417!!!!!!! Nice.

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    So do you have a CAPS LOCK problem or do you just not understand internet grammar? Quit shouting. Makes folks IGNORE you.


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    I have special permission from: e.b. white.

    "In 1959, E.B. White edited and updated The Elements of Style. This handbook of grammatical and stylistic guidance for writers of American English had been written and published in 1918 by William Strunk, Jr., one of White's professors at Cornell. White's rework of the book was extremely well received, and further editions of the work followed in 1972, 1979, and 1999. Maira Kalman illustrated an edition in 2005. That same year, a New York composer named Nico Muhly premiered a short opera based on the book. The volume is a standard tool for students and writers and remains required reading in many composition classes. The complete history of The Elements of Style is detailed in Mark Garvey's Stylized: A Slightly Obsessive History of Strunk & White's The Elements of Style".

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    So do you have a CAPS LOCK problem or do you just not understand internet grammar? Quit shouting. Makes folks IGNORE you.

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    NICE BEAR! I guess I missed the internet grammer classes too. I like caps...easy to read

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    Quote Originally Posted by AGL4now View Post
    That is a BIG bear. Hard to even find his ears. There are some monster Brown Bears on the Kenai Peninsula, because it has been "Largely" un-hunted for several decades.
    The reason you can't see his ear is that it's missing, they named him "One Ear" , BTW, that big boy is 9'10"

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    ...BTW, that big boy is 9'10"...

    I'd say that qualifies for Caps Lock.

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    No posing behind the bear. Right next to it. My dad got him.


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    Nice bear. What caliber is the Marlin and how far away was the bear when he shot it? I have a Marlin but it's not stainless steel.

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    45-70. Probably 20 yards about. First round stunned him good. Pumped 3 more into him. Ran about 75-100 yards total but died about 50 yards from him. Circled back up.


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    Quote Originally Posted by akrstabout View Post
    45-70. Probably 20 yards about. First round stunned him good. Pumped 3 more into him. Ran about 75-100 yards total but died about 50 yards from him. Circled back up.


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    Congrat's...What's a good bear there!....what'd the skull measure?
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    26-7/8". Estimated to be 20+ years old.


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    What'd he square? I see your Dad's got a quarter on the cleanin' table.....what's he doin' with the meat?
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    Excellent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by akrstabout View Post
    26-7/8". Estimated to be 20+ years old.
    26-7/8.................that's all!!!!!! That body is huge! Thought sure that would be a larger skull. Seems like really big bodied bears don't produce the largest skulls. Large skulls don't produce big bodies.
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