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#1 swwildlife

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Great looking bear Jim. Like the serious look
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Awesome looking Bear !!!!!!!



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Another outstanding job by swwildlife. I actually saw a few other species they had done when I dropped Peg's turkey off. It's amazing how real life they look. I encourage anyone who wants their trophy mounted to stop by and see first hand Jim's work. They are located in Scottsdale.  :)

 

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From what Alaskan game unit was this bear harvested?  What was its skull size and squared hide measurements?



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It came from the Alaska Peninsula. I don't know what unit. He was about a 9-9 1/2 foot bear. When the hunter noticed the light claws he made up his mind to take this bear. He has others that are larger but loved the light claws.


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