Ah men Dave , more sinew on Curtis than the bow however. Curtis , the fiddle heads taste like green beans cooked with almonds , Yum. Dont forget all the fresh mushrooms either. Nobody suffered from malnutrition on this trip. Most likely Gary and I were talking about solving some world issue or where we were going to put the Texan that afternoon for hunting. One more day , if Shane does not get on here and start talking I will start for him, same with you Krister, how about a story about Wolves?
Woddy, You know the roster always has a spot on it for you.
Terry, Good job on the auction.
I used a different camera to take still pics this trip. The bears were extreemly sensitive to any noise and the shutter noise on my other camera would send them running. This camera didn't take very good pics. I got lots and lots of fantastic up close video but can't figure out the download/upload thangy.
I view of the bear woods.
We traveled 30 miles by snow machine, snowmobile, and boot leather getting in. The snow was deep and showing no signs of giving up its grip on the landscape. We'd have to get below the snowline to find bear. There were definitely plenty of bears but they definitely had their own schedule. The late snow had the bears a little lethargic. The hunting got better as the days went by.
Here's Gary's cool little truck. I used the truck to run bear baits. It needs a good stereo system to make it bump as you drive. I think I'd throw in a 6" lift and some ghost flames on the paint. THEN, it would definitely hunt without getting stuck in this nasty white stuff.
If someone knows how to post video I'd like to email a clip for posting. Appreciate any help. CK
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