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    archery black bear, spot and stalk!!

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    it was a really short hunt,I left my house at 7pm and headed down a old trail I like to berry pick!
    I had not been walking for 5 mins!
    when i heard this guy in the willows , I Could not see him but i could hear him, I started to get bear fever!
    i could hear him feeding on the berries!
    He was around 20 yards away,I could see the odd glimpse of him!he started heading towards a small clearing were i could get a clear shot.
    I drew my bow and waited for him to come out,a few seconds later he poked his head out into the clearing and i confirmed by his head scars that he was a boar.He stepped out fully and i shot him at a ranged 15 yards.
    he took of lika race horse into the thick stuff.
    I waited 30mins or so before looking for him although i new he was double lung shot! I found my arrow soaked in bubbly blood sticking in the dirt were he had entered the clearing!a very good sign in bowhunting,there was blood everywere and he had dropped no more than 25 yards away!
    a very easy blood trail to follow!
    bears can run extremely fast,they say up to around 40 miles an hour.both up hill or down hill!

    thanks dan
    Last edited by conibear; 30-08-2010 at 23:28.

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    Nice one Dan. Black bear is definitely on my list. Alaska next year I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Schwarzwild View Post
    Nice one Dan. Black bear is definitely on my list. Alaska next year I think.
    alaska would be awesome!
    its better value than canada also!
    I would love to hunt a dall sheep and a alaskan moose ,and i would like a white wolf ,to go next to my black wolf on the wall

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    I think I could put you on to an Alaskan Outfitter my buddy works with if you like?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Schwarzwild View Post
    I think I could put you on to an Alaskan Outfitter my buddy works with if you like?
    im skint im afraid!

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    Awesome... the right skills and experience with a weapon and a good result..

    Damn your heart must have been pounding facing such an adversary with a bow..

    Nice picture

    ATB

    Terry
    Blessed be the sheeple for they shall inherit bugger all...

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    conibear,

    firstly, i am no tree hugger nor an anti.
    i dont like, as a rule from what i have seem ( agreed limited ), bow hunting.
    nice picture well done, no disrepect meant, as they say if its your cuppa then fair dues mate.
    good clean kill, cant ask for more.


    atb f.
    Last edited by centralbeltstalker; 31-08-2010 at 21:34. Reason: removed agree and replaced with like, agree was showing contempt and it was not meant f.

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    Nice one and a quick clean kill by all accounts. What does bear taste like?

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    I understand "Skint" Dan, the contact is there should circumstances change. How about a picture of your wolf?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boghossian View Post
    Nice one and a quick clean kill by all accounts. What does bear taste like?
    it tastes very good! the fat makes excellant lard for pastry as well.it can be a little grissaly meat so prefer to make sausage and stews from it!

    I gave this bear to my neighbor

    thanks dan

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