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Posted by AlaskaCub on Apr 26 2006
Thanks for the tips, as to where on the Pacific side, that will depend on the competition,Bear bay, Alinchak (little and big), Puale, Wide bay, whatever looks good and doesn't have other hunters nearby. Going in on floats I thought would open up some options for us. We'll just have to wait and see. As to the bears on the beach, I talked to a guy that hunted the Pacific side in the spring of 04' and he said they never saw a bear down low, but there were bear tracks on the beach below them after several nights so they were cruising the beaches while they were sleeping. Just trying to keep everything in perspective.

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