I should have posted this sooner, but here is the bear (my first) that I harvested at Cape Lisburne Long Range Radar Site this year. I took this bear on 9-22-07. We had been watching about 20 bears that have been around this year and I believe this one was the biggest. We have a choice up here of many bears and most people choose the blonde's which we have a lot of but the big ones are quite often dark like mine. I'm a happy camper with what I got and hope to next year find a good blond, I have a nice one picked out but it is not quite as big as this one. The hunt was pretty simple...we know every inch of this country up here because we live here year around and I had been watching this particular bear for quite some time and had decided this was the one I wanted. I saw him at daylight and watched him with glasses until I new what drainage he was headed up, then knowing that drainage, I headed around and up on our short road system that goes up to the radar. I jogged out to the area I thought he would show and couldn't have guessed it better, there he was 1000 yds away, so I continued jogging until I got the wind right and sat down and waited. I had a range finder with me and ranged a boulder that I guessed he might walk by on his way up the ravine. He hit that spot exactly and it was exactly 160 yds. I waited until he stopped and took my shot, it hit right where I wanted and the bear staggered down the hill, I fired again with my 338 Mag and he never moved again. You could actually see him from our camp at the bottom of the mountain and my buddy said he is really a tired bear, or he is dead . I'll try to post pictures. This bear squared out by our measurements at 7' 8"