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    Re: Another spring bear thread

    Mushroom picking again tonight. 3-13. 1500 feet or so..
    five bears before I stumbled into this pair …

    this is tonight’s contender for “is your daddy a grizzly bear “

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    Re: Another spring bear thread

    Quote Originally Posted by RyoTHC View Post
    Mushroom picking again tonight. 3-13. 1500 feet or so..
    five bears before I stumbled into this pair …

    this is tonight’s contender for “is your daddy a grizzly bear “

    I've got one like that around my area but its hide is blacker than the one in your pic.

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    Re: Another spring bear thread

    quite the shoulder hump. do you bring protection into the woods when you're shroom picking?
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    Re: Another spring bear thread

    Quote Originally Posted by boilerroom View Post
    quite the shoulder hump. do you bring protection into the woods when you're shroom picking?
    Personally, no. I’d be too tempted to shoot bears like him with a tag still burning a hole in my pocket.
    it would probably be smart to bring my 12” 45-70 but I wouldn’t carry it while I was actively picking so it wouldn’t do me any good anyways.
    Idk what other peoples experiences are with blackies but they are pretty chill.. I was able to get a video of me walking up to about 25 yards they acknowledged me kept munching away, he slowly fed my direction I said “hey bear” and he ran off behind his sow like a cartoon character.
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    Re: Another spring bear thread

    Quote Originally Posted by hawk-i View Post
    I've got one like that around my area but its hide is blacker than the one in your pic.
    I managed to get quite a bit closer, heavily heavily rubbed out so likely was a more solid black earlier in the year, the front of his one shoulder was completely bald for a good foot or two.
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