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Oregon bear

Discussion in 'Hunting' started by Meatax, Aug 8, 2010.

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  1. Meatax

    Meatax Member

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    Killed a bear this evening, decent boar for around here but no monster, I am happy with him. Pulled the trigger at 6:10 and just walked in the door at 12:00. Walked about a mile in behind a gate, sat to glass a unit and spotted him at 189 yards watched him feed and about 15 minutes later I decided to shoot him. One shot at 137 yards rolled him, high shoulder shot dropped him where he stood. I am totally beat.

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  2. wankerjake

    wankerjake Member

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    That's awesome, what did you shoot him with?
     
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  3. Meatax

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    165 grain Hornady sst out of my savage 30-06.
     
  4. usmc1371

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    Nice work, looks to be the coast range-west side. That bear is still good eatin size, much bigger and they start to taste like hell.
     
  5. Meatax

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    Evans unit.
     
  6. ACLakey

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    Congrats. I chased some on this side of the hill this weekend but could not close the deal.
     
  7. kd7nqb

    kd7nqb Member

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    Nice looking bear. I have gotten skunked the last 2 years in the Trask unit so it nice to see that somebody is finding them.
     
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