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  1. #21
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    Re: A Productive Weekend, Two Bears in Two Days!

    Quote Originally Posted by vincentcui View Post
    Wow I never thought about that, that's a smart idea. I found bugs are less dense near creeks / rivers.
    ACB’s method will save my hunting season. I had been concerned with the game meat cooling in the hot weather, and had become less enthusiastic about going hunting.
    Life is too short and time goes too fast. Hunt, hunt, and hunt....

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    Re: A Productive Weekend, Two Bears in Two Days!

    Quote Originally Posted by vincentcui View Post
    Honestly I thought I was just so lucky. The first evening I visited the cut block that I harvested a bear last spring, and there was a bear (the black one in my second picture) eating grass right at the same spot where I killed my 2023 spring bear. By the time I finish quartering, I spent a couple hours viewing northern light and decided to skip the morning hunt. The second evening I went to a different location, a location my buddy sent me that he saw a black bear but could not have a shooting opportunity a couple days ago. I tried to navigate there but there were some ditches / deactivation that drove me nuts cuz clock was ticking... By the time I made it there, a beautiful colour-phased bear was walking right in the open! And that concludes my spring bear hunt.
    Doesn't sound like to me. You learned something last year and built upon it this year!

    Congrats on your two bears!

    Thatís a great start to filling your freezer!

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  3. #23
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    Re: A Productive Weekend, Two Bears in Two Days!

    Quote Originally Posted by Stone Sheep Steve View Post
    Doesn't sound like to me. You learned something last year and built upon it this year!

    Congrats on your two bears!

    That’s a great start to filling your freezer!

    SSS
    Thanks SSS, yeah I was quite surprised that I was able to pull a bear from the exact same kill-spot from last year. Will go there again next spring to see if the spot is still good
    Too many hobbies, too little time.

  4. #24
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    Re: A Productive Weekend, Two Bears in Two Days!

    Congrats. Those are some nice bears
    Check my Youtube Channel for fishing and hunting videos https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjN...AEGjPIUba3pn9g

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    Re: A Productive Weekend, Two Bears in Two Days!

    Nice work! Saved a couple fawns and moose calves there

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    Re: A Productive Weekend, Two Bears in Two Days!

    Congratulations those are nice bears, probably going to be good eating aswell

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    Re: A Productive Weekend, Two Bears in Two Days!

    Awesome, congrats on your success!

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    Re: A Productive Weekend, Two Bears in Two Days!

    nice! Cool you got two different colour phases. Were they in the same general area?
    forever noob

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    Re: A Productive Weekend, Two Bears in Two Days!

    Quote Originally Posted by boilerroom View Post
    nice! Cool you got two different colour phases. Were they in the same general area?
    They are both from Region 3, adjacent MUs.
    Too many hobbies, too little time.

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