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Here is basically an unedited clip of a young boar I shot in Quebec with a Bear Grizzly. I do have a slow motion replay of the shot at the very end of the clip where you can see the arrow spinning the whole way to the bear. Also notice my trail camera fires when the shot gets to the bear. Amazingly, I got a perfect trail camera pic of the arrow buried to the feathers before the bear runs.
Nice! We're headed up to Ron's in May. Hope to have the same good luck!
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"Some of the world's greatest feats were accomplished by people not smart enough to know they were impossible." - Doug Lawson. Posts: 1310 | From: Essex Junction, Vermont | Registered: Jan 2005
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I had to reduce the pic to conform with site policy, but it is still fairly clear. The shot was slightly quartering away, but the bear bunched up to run when the camera fired and his far shoulder pushed the arrow making it look like a quartering towards angle.....
I doubt that I will ever get this lucky with a picture again....
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