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Thread: Moose/Bear Hunting between Seward and Homer???

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    Question Moose/Bear Hunting between Seward and Homer???

    I have to pick up some friends from Seward this Friday and I was hoping to do some glassing and "hunting" (not really my style, but time is lacking and schedule is full) on the way back.

    Anyone want to share some info as to where I might be able to locate and legally shoot such animal between Homer and Seward?

    Thanks!
    Joshua

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    Default Anyone????

    Someone has got to know something!

    Anything within 3 miles of the road (for the sake of time)?

    I've got about 13 gallons of homebrew in the garage if you're looking for a persuasion factor

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    Quote Originally Posted by BucknRut View Post
    Someone has got to know something!

    Anything within 3 miles of the road (for the sake of time)?

    I've got about 13 gallons of homebrew in the garage if you're looking for a persuasion factor
    lookin at things Josh... if i was you i would start in Daves back yard
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    Well, the berries are out down here and you could do some berry picking and look for bears on the hillsides anywhere between Seward and the Kenai flats. We saw a black bear walk across the road just after Summit Lake. You could use any of the public trails to get above treeline or better yet go off trail and watch a hillside full of berries. Moose hunting is better on the flats and back roads. You could always drive down Mystery Creek road on the flats....
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