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David Sparks Ph.d Record Griz
by David Sparks Ph.d, click here for bio

Program: Sportsman's Spotlight
Date: September 12, 2018

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Expert bow Hunter Dennis Dunn tells the story of how he took a world-class grizzly bear and posted the video on his website. “You can watch the video footage taken by my camp cook back in the spring of 04 of my shooting from 8 yards away, a world record grizzly bear. I flew into the camp which is on the shore of Norton sound south of the Seward Peninsula. It was an Indian village on the coast and we went by boat 30 miles southwest to a rocky point where we made our tent camp. The beaches are very rocky with lots of big boulders which makes it good for stalking. In the spring, once the coast is free of ice, the herring come in in huge numbers to spawn and they lay their eggs along the shore. A lot of them get caught in the cracks between the rocks by the tidal action. The grizzlies must have discovered this eons ago because they come down from the interior at that time of the year to scarf up those dead herring. He was the world record for 10 years and in 2015 he was dethroned by an even bigger bear.

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