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Contributors to this thread:
JL 21-Oct-20
JohnMC 21-Oct-20
Treeline 21-Oct-20
drycreek 21-Oct-20
JL 21-Oct-20
JL 21-Oct-20
greg simon 22-Oct-20
Korey Wolfe 22-Oct-20
elkmtngear 22-Oct-20
JL 22-Oct-20
Kurt 22-Oct-20
Dale06 22-Oct-20
TrapperKayak 22-Oct-20
Treeline 22-Oct-20
Alexis Desjardins 23-Oct-20
wildwilderness 23-Oct-20
Habitat 23-Oct-20
JohnMC 23-Oct-20
LKH 23-Oct-20
From: JL
21-Oct-20

JL's embedded Photo
JL's embedded Photo
This was just posted on YT a couple of days ago. Not sure if it's an old vid though...this was the first time I seen it. I think this is one might be pushing 1000lbs. Kinda feel sorry for it.

From: JohnMC
21-Oct-20
My sister in law is about that size.

From: Treeline
21-Oct-20
Looks like one of our dogs...

Yowser!

From: drycreek
21-Oct-20
Where do you aim on a black ball ?

From: JL
21-Oct-20
Doing a little research...the bear is in Yellowstone NP.

https://unofficialnetworks.com/2020/10/15/this-bear-ate-all-the-picnic-baskets/

From: JL
21-Oct-20

JL's embedded Photo
JL's embedded Photo

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Just came across this recent winner too.....he's out of Katmai.

From: greg simon
22-Oct-20
I think that brown bear just ate a black bear!!!

Holy smokes those are some fatties!!!

From: Korey Wolfe
22-Oct-20
The camera adds 10 pounds

From: elkmtngear
22-Oct-20
That blackie looks like a damn tick!

From: JL
22-Oct-20
That poor blackie can barely walk in the video. He must have a great bait pile (garbage dump) or the tourists are feeding him.

From: Kurt
22-Oct-20
That black bear looks like a sow to me. Short torso, small wrists, BIG butt.

From: Dale06
22-Oct-20
Those ought to be named Rosie.

From: TrapperKayak
22-Oct-20
Wonder what it looks like wet?

From: Treeline
22-Oct-20
Pretty sure that bear would make a big ‘ol pile of bacon!

23-Oct-20
A lot of fat on those ones there healthy.

23-Oct-20
Yes, I say sow as well on that black bear. Ready to pop

From: Habitat
23-Oct-20
They heard big butts are in now

From: JohnMC
23-Oct-20
Do you think the a boar care that a sow is fat? Or when you only have a chance once a year you take whatever comes your way?

From: LKH
23-Oct-20
Biologist in Cold Bay, AK told us an unbred female will come out of hibernation with enough fat to last 22 more months. Considering the condition of the female we were checking in I believe it. Spring bear with over 3" of fat on the backside.

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