Aggressive Black Bear Shot by Capitan Reisdent

If you encounter a bear: Stop, and back away slowly while facing the bear. Avoid direct eye contact, as the bear may consider that a threat. Do not run. Make yourself appear large by holding out your jacket. If you have small children, pick them up so they don't run. Give the bear plenty of room to escape, so it doesn't feel threatened or trapped. If a black bear attacks you, fight back using anything at your disposal, such as rocks, sticks, binoculars or even your bare hands. Aim for the bear's nose and eyes. If the bear has not seen you, stay calm and slowly move away, making noise so the bear knows you are there. Never get between a mother bear and her cubs.

Bear sought in attack on shed hunter

LINCOLN –Department of Game and Fish officers are searching for an adult black bear involved in the attack of a 55-year-old man in the Lincoln National Forest on Monday afternoon. The Lincoln County man suffered deep flesh wounds from scratches on his chest and a bite to his leg. He was treated and released from …

Bear Hunting & Tamale Recipe

The good news about bear hunting A successful bear hunt allows us to use traditional family recipes to prepare delicious meals. Last year, LG and I hunted black bear with Silver Fox Outfitters in High Level Canada. We had a fun, exciting and rewarding trip. Perched in the trees, LG and I observed several bears …

Bear Hunting – Why We Hunt

First Bear, Mia Anstine, September 18, 2010

One thing that amazes me about people is their reaction to specific hunting photos. I may post one, two or three photos of a mule deer buck and receive kudos, but one photo of a three-hundred-pound bear and the reaction is quite a bit different. Why?! The primary reason people don’t like to see pictures …

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