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Took a bear the other day #archery

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Edit: ignore the *. I wrote on a message pad on my phone these appeared when I copied it out.

Guess I got a bear this year. Missed a really nice 6×6 elk. Couldnt say exactly how big as i never got a great look but 300+ for sure. I bugled once as i got in the area and had bull respond 400 yards off.* Moved close to where he was.* 2nd bull sounded off and was coming in to him. I never bugled with exception to the initial one. Bull came by about 50 yards, I thought it was 40 so I missed. After i missed, He just trotted 60 yards or so across the sage then kept bugling.* Then he crossed a small bump in the terrain.* Ran up once he disappeared to see if I could get another chance but he moved up into trees qith heavy deadfall and there was 5 mins of light left.* Figured this was his home range and he would stay in the area.*

While sitting on the small rise I noticed a black shape moving below me a 100 -120 yards off.* Reminded me of deer when the light goes when Tree stand hunting.* Realized it was a bear.* At first i was content to watch him slow walk my way but started looking bigger as it got close.* Figured I should get in position in case I wanted to give it a go.* Easier to be prepared and say no rather than wish you had been ready.* Moved down about 10 yards.* Amazed it didn’t see me or smell me.* It was down wind and the lone tree between us had limbs high enough I probably wouldn’t have to duck to go under it.* When it got behind the trunk I drew back.* Definitely looked bigger than my initially has thought.* Took a 450-500lb 14 year 20" bear a couple years back (first time shooting a bear, yeah lucky) and thought maybe this guy was equal or bigger.*

Stopped him at 30 yards with a light cow mew.* Arrow hit looked ok but hard to say as they are just black balls or fur.* Was a bit nervous as he ran into thick stuff but I did hear him wheeze several times in the sane place before it got quiet.* Gathered stuff, etc.* Gave him a while.* Didn’t walk far and found him.* He was somewhat hidden and i went slowly confirming blood and used my Leopold LTO looking forward to reduce the possibility to walking up on an big injured bear by myself 3.5 miles from the truck.** Worked good and saw him fairly quick.* Hit was tight on the shoulder.*

Went to camp a mile away, ate dinner, grabbed what needed and packed llamas accordingly.* Skinned him, pulled the quarters, backstraps, etc.* Got back to camp at 5:19 am after put meat in plastic bags to sit in 38 degree creek.* I typically hunt solo so it’s just doing the work. Fell asleep at 545 and got up at 930.* Hiked out. Made the 3 hour drive to fort Collins CDOW, took him by my office and put it in deep freezer and turned around drove back, hiked back in but didn’t get back in time to hunt my spot.* Trying traverse 7 miles and drive for 6 hours + gas, dropping meat off and 30 minute inspection and do it in less 8.5 hours just wasn’t possible not matter how hard I pushed. I couldn’t quite make it to where i knew elk were for certain so i opted to hunt on the way to camp.* No luck.* The bear in some respects kinda buggered up the remaining few days of my elk season.

I took picture solo with phone,so its as food as I could do propping it on a stick 7 or 8 feet away and a headlamp for light. A 16.9oz coke for reference on front paw.

Now trying to decide what to do with it.* It was a bit smaller than had thought.* Hide, 4 quarters, head, and meat weighed 175 lbs.* I would guess live weight about 300 maybe 325.* Good head and 4.5" pads.* Not overly fat more lanky and long lived I felt.* Quick estimate is 6 to 8 years old.* Not sure what to with it now.* I split it up back and didn’t really want a rug.* Already got the other bear coming life size so seems silly to do a second smaller one.* Thoughts?* Not a fan of 1/2 mounts coming out a wall at all so scratch that idea.

Side note, took this bear less than 0.3 miles from a unique stand of trees bears I have climbed over at least 15 years. See a previous thread I started a week or so ago.

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Best Wisconsin Bear outfitter #archery

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So I have been building points in WI for a bear bow hunt in their non-dog areas, which sounds weird I know to have to build points in Wisconsin but look it up before you comment (it takes a good while). With this long of a wait I am wanting to use the best outfitter I can find in the zone. Anyone have any experience with a good outfitter that has a proven track record for big bruins? I have been blessed to take a few bears before and have a special place in my heart for the coastal bears on the Quinualt tribal grounds but really want to try hard for a special bear from WI.


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Bear Cruzer Tuning, Centershot Off and Cam Lean #archery

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I recently purchased a Bear Cruzer RTH package from Cabela’s. I know it’s not a top of the line bow, but it’s replacing my Browning Ballistic Mirage that I’ve had for close to 12 years, so it feels like a pretty big upgrade to have something modern.

I am trying to get it tuned and running into some issues. I set the rest (whisker biscuit) at Centershot and I get a pretty bad right tear on paper. In order to get a bullet holes I have to push the rest pretty far from the riser, so much that the arrow is visually crooked when looking at the bow. Looking at the cams, the top Cam leans a little, if I lay an arrow on the cam, it intersects the string right at the d-loop. The bottom cam however is way worst. The bottom cam visually looks like it’s leaning, the string is slightly off center coming off the groove, and an arrow intersects a few inches before the loop when pressed against the cam. Both cams lean towards the cables, this was measured at brace.

I am assuming I need to yoke tune. I am hesitant though because I don’t want to screw up the timing of the dual cam system. Both cams are identical, I would think both cable lengths need to be identical. Can I yoke tune the bottom cam only, or do I need to do both cams?

I am shooting a 58 pound draw at 28 inches. My arrows are Easton carbons cut to 27.75 with 100gr tips. They are a 400 spine.

Any input would be appreciated.


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Putting new style Bear grip on Escape #archery

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I just purchased the new style Bear grip to put on my Escape. Awhile back somewhere on AT there was info in a thread about how you can make it work. Looked but could not find it again. I was hoping someone has advice on how to attach it. The threaded screw holes on the old grip are no where near the new grips holes. Any advice would be appreciated. Thanks


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Bear Pledge #archery

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Anybody have any experience with the Bear Pledge? I just got one really cheap on eBay for my kid but I’m having a hard time finding any info on it. The instructions that come with it don’t even reference the bow. I don’t see it on Bear’s website and I couldn’t get ahold of their customer service.

Basically what I need to know is how many turns I can safely back the limb bolts out. I can’t find the info anywhere. It doesn’t have a "peep" hole like my bowtech to show when its backed out too far.

Other than that it seems to be a solid bow. I think it’s a little heavier than advertised but for the price that I paid it would be hard to beat.

Thanks!


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1004814 Bear Archery Scout Bow Set Orange Reviews

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120225 Bear Scout Bow Set 8/13# 16/24 in. Ays6000

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  • Beginner bow set comes ready to shoot with two Safetyglass arrows and sight pin
  • Set also includes finger rollers, armguard, and arrow quiver
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  • Features 8-13 lb. draw weight and 16- to 24-inch draw length range
  • 33-inch long ambidextrous bow features durable composite limbs
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Ontario Bear Hunt #archery

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Thanks to a fellow AT member and a great guy, my dad and I are fortunate to be in Ontario for the week bear hunting. We arrive Saturday afternoon and our hunt started yesterday. It’s a semi guided hunt. The guide took us to the stands he selected for us to hunt and had started baiting before we arrived. I had this bear around me for about 30 minutes, but chose to pass and hold out for something bigger. My dad did not see any bear last night. We are strictly hunting afternoons at the guidance of the outfitter. It is very remote here, but beautiful as well. We did see 2 moose on our drive back to camp last night. I could get used to this bear hunting with a bow :). I will try to keep updates coming, but the Wi-Fi is spotty at best.
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