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TooManyHobbies
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How'd you get him out, on the kayak?
Nice bear.

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Great video and hunt Doug. I'm right over the mountains from you. As usual, the bear hunting has been good this year.
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Curious how you got him as well?
Liked the video

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Doug Treat
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Too many Hobbies, I packed it to the nearest road. My kayak is rated for just 250# so I thought it risky to try to paddle him out.
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ron w
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[Not Worthy] [clapper] [clapper] Nice job.

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Hackbow
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Still have the Hummingbird Doug, but just made the switch to a 57# Primal Tech 2 pc longbow a few months ago. Since our hunt in '10, I've been wanting to get a 2 pc for easier traveling and packing in and out. Bret and I are headed back to CO next year. Not sure which unit yet.
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Enjoyed the video.
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