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    I just learned to post pics.

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    That top picture is incredible! great pics Keep 'em coming.
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    Thanks for the pictures man. Something we could use more of on here. Rafting forum seems pretty dry lately. Some float trips and trip reports are a welcome change. Keep them coming man. Show us some floating or camp pictures. Living vicariously through you
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    Default same hunt


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    is that a river or a lake, whatever it is it's huge.

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    That's one big rainbow !LoL
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    Quote Originally Posted by knifemaker View Post
    is that a river or a lake, whatever it is it's huge.
    It is a lake that drains into a river. There is a river at the top of the lake that leads to another lake. We used a zodiac with a moter that trip. O, and a beaver on floats.
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    Default GREAT pictures

    Wolfkiller, real nice pictures. That sky looks like no rain in sight. How big is that bear? Is this a spring hunt? Always enjoy all the pictures, thanks.

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    Very very nice pictures. Thanks so much for sharing them
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    Quote Originally Posted by markopolo50 View Post
    Wolfkiller, real nice pictures. That sky looks like no rain in sight. How big is that bear? Is this a spring hunt? Always enjoy all the pictures, thanks.
    It was a fall hunt. The Brown bear squared just under 8'. It was a young bear with a average skull.
    Very fun hunt though. The fishing was prolific. Our hunting stradagy was to fish untill we saw a bear then stalk. It worked well. The lake was full of salmon and dollies. I think I would like to do that hunt again some time. There is just too many places to explore.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfkiller View Post
    Our hunting stradagy was to fish untill we saw a bear then stalk. It worked well.
    Love it! LOL!

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