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Hunting In Bear Country: After The Kill

Bowhunter Dan Pickar shares his experience after harvesting a bull elk in grizzly bear country. Taking certain steps after a kill in bear country can help limit the chance of a bear encounter and the potential loss of your big game animal. A U.S. Forest Service ranger and the Bear Wise Coordinator for the Wyoming Game and Fish Department add their expertise to the conversation. To read more about precautions to take when hunting in bear country pick the June/July issue of EASTMANS’ HUNTING JOURNAL.

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  1. Dan, one thing you should do when leaving overnight is cut down the top of neck like your caping it to let out heat. Most spoiling happens in the neck area because of the thickness of skin not letting heat out.

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