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smokin joe
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Great thread. I'm paying attention. A Canada bear is on my "bucket list".

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Steve Clandinin
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I know my buddy Cacciatore goes to Walters camp in Sask.and speaks very highly of him.I'll try to get Felix to comment as he has first hand experience.

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Quote from Howard Hill.( Whenever he taught someone to shoot) "Son make up your mind right now if you want to target shoot or hunt as theres a world of differance between the two"

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Kip l Hoffman
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I went with Micahel Schneider out of Prince George BC. You can't bait in BC so it is a bit touhger than then the baited areas. Michael is a bow hunter but he guides guns also. He runs 90+% success and there are very few bears under 7'taken. Not that hunting over bait is a piece of cake, but you will "earn" your bear with a spot and stalk. On average you will get to stalk a bear at least once a day and should get a couple of 30 and under shots during the hunt. Michael has European trained tracking dogs so if the grizzlies don't get your bear first you are almost guaranteed to recover your bear.
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2wfstlhunting
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If you are hunting bear over bait, the shot distances should be very acceptable. There is absolutely no reason that your bow will be any less lethal than a fire arm and more satisfying a kill from my point of view. With a 58# draw I got a full pass through with a Magnus 2 blade head. It is a very fun and physically easy hunt.

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Leon Stewart Slammer Mahogany and bamboo 62" 53#@27.5"
Wes Wallace Royal Cocobola and Myrtle 62" 57#@27.5
JD Berry Renaissance 62" 60#28"

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Rookie@51
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Louie's Outposts
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I have several friends that have hunted with this outfitter. IThat is all I know about them. I have meet Mr Louie and he is a fine christian man as well as his wife. I have never hunted bears but am thinking about tryong it someday soon. Good luck and Happy Holidays.........

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capt eddie
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Burntwood Lake Lodge. It is a fly in only. The lodge and hunting is nice enough to bring the whole family. They have thousands of acres and plenty of bait. Our family is 100% bow harvest. My wife and two young kids went this year along with my 82 year old uncle. He killed his bear this year with a bow.

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hyprohounds
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unless you object to hunting over hounds i would recommend hunting black bear in b.c. canada with doug mc mann of skinner creek hunts.no baiting allowed.reasonably priced and if you can't get a clean shot in the tree at a nice bear you can opt out for another. any and all of you know one of his clients from trad gang.....tred barta.tred and crew were hunting with doug mc mann and tred harvested a dandy black bear last spring from his wheel chair. doug has first class accomidations and is a kick to hunt with. contact doug at.... skinnercreek@telus.net or 250-476-1288 tatlayoko lake b.c. canada
good luck and happy holidays....mike

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i would give doug mc mann of skinner creek hunts in tatlayoko lake b.c. canada a try. first class accomidations and world class trophy animals.no baiting so hounds are his prefered method. i like this over spot and stock because you have better odds of taking a select bear vs. having a split second to decide on a shot. reasonably priced...references for skinner creek would include trad gangs own... tred barta and the versus crew. tred harvested his spring bear over dougs hounds from his wheel chair.disabilities are not a burden to doug. just another day at the outdoor office....class act...
contact .... skinnercreek@telus.net or 250-476-1288 i also have hunted with doug and endorse his outfitter business.
good luck and happy holidays. mike

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