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    Default COLD COLD bear hunt...

    really chilly up around 3000', the lake froze up and we had to hike out 5 miles to a dirt strip to get out. client had a good attitude, but dropping a nice grizz really helps!

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    Nice bear. What's the story on the caribou rack?
    I'd agree with you, but then we'd both be wrong.

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    real nice grizz!
    They say its unsafe to own a gun, I say its unsafe to have only one!!!

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    found a super shed...that had to be left behind cause i didn't have room for it to carry it over to the dirt strip...hope the porkies dont' nail it this winter...
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    Looks fun Jake. You know i admire your high level dedication to your client-hunters and the time and effort you invest in all of them.

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    aww dennis you know i only do it for the money!! lol
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    That's a great looking grizzly, I'm sure the client will enjoy it even more with the additional work he had to put in to get out of there. Congrats on another successful hunt Jake!

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    Sow? Sorry just trying to get the facial feature thing down.

    Nice white ears. I've seen that on younger bears.

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    Beautiful country that. Heck of grizzler too. COngrats.
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    Way to go, Jake!

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    Well Done, Nice Bear. It is going to make a nice trophy. Congratulations.

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    Nice report and nice bear. Spine shot?

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    Jake: Nice job!!!!! J.

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    How many trips did you make to the dirt strip? I hope you were traveling light and only one. Nice Bear.

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    Very nice....give me cold over that blasted rain anyday.

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    Nice job Jake and client!

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    Jake is da man out there, no doubt about it. Been doing it year after year with class.
    He's the guy I always recommend..
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    Wonderful pictures Jake. As always, great work. Who carried the Bear?

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    Good job Jake, keep bagging them.....

    Pretty country, I see my old campsite, and can understand why it was a 'cold one'.

    Take care.

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    its a boar, shot at 48 yards diggin' squirrels, chest/lung shot hit him twice for good measure.
    client carried the bear out, we salted it so shed some weight off it.
    made one trip to the dirt strip and had to leave some gear behind at the old campsight for next spring.
    carried out all i could and had room for...157lbs was what the scale at home said..i'm still a bit sore.
    seen white ears on quiet a few bears as well...shot one on kodiak if i recall that had them too...can't remember off hand.
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