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    Job well done, and i bet she will be good eating.

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    Congrats on the bear and thanks for taking us along on the hunt!
    Rod Embree
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    Congrats Species. Fruits of your labour

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    Great story and great bear! My Mom's family came from Powassan; I used to hunt on Genessee Rd. when I lived in Borden.

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    Enjoyed your story and pictures. I was born in Powassan and grew up in Loring.

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    nice young bear - ideal eating size! just a suggestion - gut it before loading it into the boat or truck. that's what they make buckets and hoses for. Makes it much easer to handle! An ungutted bear is like trying to move 200# of wet oat meal in a rubber bladder!
    Don't feel bad about overturning the canoe; Been there -Done That! (also with a bear!

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    Quote Originally Posted by old professor View Post
    just a suggestion - gut it before loading it into the boat or truck. that's what they make buckets and hoses for
    Not gutted for the canoe ride but did gut it before loading into the truck.
    Bring a compass. It's awkward when you have to eat your friends.
    Caedite eos. Novit enim Dominus qui sunt emus
    Cave ab homine unius libri

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    nice job, and great pics.

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    Really enjoyed your story species. Congratulations and thanks.

    Sean

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    SOunds like an awesome adventure. Congrats

    The first thing I learned after I shot my first bear is that they are very tough to move around and have nothing to grab on to lol. No antlers like deer, and their fur is slippery.

    Great story
    The deer are here, when I'm not near

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