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    Default Spring Bear ...and Wolf

    A few friends of mine made a trip for spring black bear in SE Alaska. My friend Tim got a nice boar (squared right at 6 ft) on the 5th day. I took a wolf on day 2, was hunting an open drainage to the sea and called this female in from 1,000 yards with a predator call. It was amazing to see how the wolf worked the terrain and came in from a down wind position. Shot taken at 150 yards with a 300WSM. Both animals in prime condition. Several other bears taken on the trip.




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    Cool!
    A good feed there with thabear and a nice Fur with that Wolf

    Well done
    If you can't Kill it with a 30-06, you should Hide.

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    Congrat's, on the wolf.

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    nice job guys, joe your startin' to look a little older!! Tim should be about ready for that grizz by now huh?!
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    Beautiful animals both. Nice hunting.

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    Have no fear over here of some one like Big Stick pouncing all over you.There is a no ***** hole rule here so Stick does not get to play.post them if you got um.Congrats on the bears and the hunt.

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    A few friends of mine made a trip for spring black bear in SE Alaska. My friend Tim got a nice boar (squared right at 6 ft) on the 5th day. I took a wolf on day 2, was hunting an open drainage to the sea and called this female in from 1,000 yards with a predator call. It was amazing to see how the wolf worked the terrain and came in from a down wind position. Shot taken at 150 yards with a 300WSM. Both animals in prime condition. Several other bears taken on the trip.




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    Very Cool Txhorn,

    Some Great Hunting that musta been,
    So, did the Wolf pick up on you, before you shot?
    was he moving, or stopping, sniffing,...
    Can you tell, I'm prying for more story ?
    My four yr old wants to know, "where your shot hit him,"....Loves the Pic also

    That sounds pretty challenging taking a savvy Wolf, working the wind like that,

    Congrats for sure, those are some trophies, thanks for posting
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