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    lol That was a genral coment..ment for Jonn-Q- Public . but good point again one does not need to Shoot said Mother.. just give her cause to go away.. lol
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    Default Shot placement

    here is a link to a shot placement thread
    http://www.martinarchery.com/mtechfo...ead.php?t=8916

    has all sorts of pictures along with posters point of view

    happy hunting
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    Default a bit more in depth info

    here's a link that has all the info you need to get that big dude on the ground.

    http://www.blackbearheaven.com/best-...black-bear.htm

    and the picture from it, as you see the buy all the blue...thats the shot
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    The way I judged the bear I shot was when he was too close for comfort when I was elk hunting and he came in to my cow calls I said to myself "I judge that that damn bears going to end up in my lap if I dont arrow him"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Turkeyflacx2 View Post
    The way I judged the bear I shot was when he was too close for comfort when I was elk hunting and he came in to my cow calls I said to myself "I judge that that damn bears going to end up in my lap if I dont arrow him"
    So, how big was said bear? We'd like pics!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Turkeyflacx2 View Post
    I said to myself "I judge that that damn bears going to end up in my lap if I dont arrow him"
    thats one way to do it...judging that its just too darn close..S.I.L had one that way , only he chose to yell at it when i asked why he did not just shoot it, all he said was was wishing I had your gun... he has sence bought one..
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    It wasnt a monster I got. Weighed out at about 185lbs but it sure was exciting and my first bear too I will try so figure out how to post a pic of him mounted above my TV. I was impressed with the mount the taxidermist did.
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    Photos of Idaho bears, bring 'em on.
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    More great info and pics. Thanks for sharing with us.

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    your welcome
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