Last Bearhunt: Pt 3

Last Bearhunt: Pt 3

The bear stepped away from the logs and walked behind some nearby trees. The shadows hung in the forest. Daylight was fading away. It was decision time. Now, the bear needed to turn around.

Last Bearhunt: The Chef Pt. 3

Last Bearhunt: The Chef Pt. 3

After 4 hours of non-bear-seeing-time a bear silently walked around the left side of the blind, it was very close and turned half way around and looked into the woods, seemingly oblivious to the blind about a yard away. Donald Duck had the camera in his hands and took the bear’s picture.

Nashville Don

Nashville Don

Don Himmelberg hunted an area where he had tagged a mahogany colored bear on his last trip. After 3 hours. with no pre-warning, Don saw a bear coming.

The Last Bear Hunt

The Last Bear Hunt

This hunt is unique, it is Fred Lutger’s last year to have a bear hunt. Ten days before the hunt my hunting buddy “the Duck” and I drove to Freddie Bear Sports in Tinley Par, IL (that’s Fred’s store) and reported in.

Bears On The Ground

Bears On The Ground

  In the Summer issue of our online magazine, Bowhunting Adventures, I have an article about one of the most exciting black bear hunts I’ve ever been on; one of the biggest bears I’ve ever seen approaches the blind and is only arm’s length away. On this bowhunt in Ontario, Canada my friend Fred Lutger […]

Project: Trophy Bears 8

Project: Trophy Bears 8

Sleep didn’t come easy last night as I kept replaying the events surrounding the shot in my mind. It’s amazing how fast that bear moved at the critical last second when my arrow was being released, and at the same time how the whole thing now plays in slow motion in my mind. Could I […]

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