Well, that's at least what you would think after our 1 day hunt. My brother shot a bear in the first hour, which was a smaller bear but with our limited time to hunt we didn't want to pass up any opportunities. We watched it for over half an hour from 25 yards turning up rocks and figured it to be a 3-4 year old bear. He nailed it behind the shoulder with his .338 and it ran 15 yards before piling up.
It took us about an hour and a half to get him skinned out, and we got back in the boat and headed south. Only half an hour or so later, we decided to head to another island and started cutting over to it. I saw a bear moving quickly along the beach, so we turned and watched it, and decided to go after it. We hit the end of the beach and got on shore into some rocks. We pushed the boat out with my brother and buddies son on it, and I had bow in hand with a .375 H&H over my shoulder held by my buddy. My brother was taking video from the boat. The area was at the end of the beach and as we worked onto shore, we noticed it was only 20 yards to a sheer cliff, so if something happened it was going to be in close range. We didn't see the bear for a couple of minutes, so we started working towards another rock outcropping. About 20 yards out (half way to the rock outcropping) the bear popped out on top of the cliff and walked a path right towards us.
All we could do was sit down and hope for the best as we were right out in the open. You can faintly see the bear just right of center in this shot...
As the bear came closer, the boat drifted behind some rocks and my brother was able to get one last bit of video before I released the arrow. The bear walked onto the lighter gray colored rocks in the above picture.