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    Thanks Folks - We're on the same wave-length.... When I took it in, I said DO NOT fix the scars..... But when he called to say he was starting on it, I thought...... "last chance to change my mind"..

    I appreciate your input.

    Here's a couple hunt-night photos... (Sorry for the smudgy face (I'm shy))
    The scars don't show in these photos like the trail pic, but they're there....
    I hope I meet up with his sparring partner, this year..

    2011 bear smudge 022.jpg
    2011 bear smudge 026.jpg
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    Congrats, great Bear. I would leave scar on.
    That's what I just had for supper. Mmmm
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    Yes leave the scars...
    When in doubt!Knock em out!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SongDog View Post
    I'd leave them. Have that trail cam picture under the mount. Nice bruin!!
    X3 - Leave em! Chicks dig scars!

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    leave it the way you got it . my dad shot a coyote one time with one eye he was blind because someone hit him with a bullet that caused the problem . oilman

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