Sorry guys I have been offline for awhile but Barney you asked what the cost was and the fist time up was 1800 U.S. and my friens and his girlfriend went this spring just got back it was 2200 U.S. by the way she got a 300 lb 19 in bear her first bowkill he got a smaller 200 lb bear. I am driving home to Montana in a couple of weeks and picking up the mount I had a full mount done on the bear in the video I guess it looks great my buddy saw it last week when he was there can't wait.
-------------------- Luck has nothing to do with it, just Boot leather and a GWP. Posts: 216 | From: Newnan GA. | Registered: Mar 2007
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I beat you would hae rather got an arrow into that wolf if you would have gottten the chance???Nice Bear, perfect arrow placement. Capt. Marty
Posts: 9 | From: Montauk, NY | Registered: Dec 2007
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I wondered when I saw the setup if it was at Walter's....then I saw the lower posts. Nice video!
Walter's is a great place. I haven't been up there for quite a few years, and I'm sure the operation is smooth. I'm sure the days are gone of giving the kids (me, Jared, and Dwayne) some frozen beavers and an axe to make bait every couple of days. Seemed Jared and Dwayne got scarce whenever the frozen beavers came out and I was the one stuck chopping them up! I can guarantee the stuff that flies off of frozen beavers when you chop them up turns nasty when it melts.
Brings back some great memories. We built all the bridges back into the Wildcat hills the first year he got the area. Jared and myself killed the first bears back there on the same night (I think it was '91). Something like 22 miles from the road to the bait I was setting. Dad was sitting with me and I'll never forget the "LOUD" whisper of "Shoot 'im, shoot 'im!" from the Old Man when my bear was 7 yards away behind a bush. That will get you rattled up!