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Neat trail cam shots and this years bear

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I took this over a corn pile after season

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Two nice bucks we never saw this season. I just put out corn and a cam to see if they are still around

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This years bear taken by Tower, MN

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Great pics!

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Great pics! Love the boxing does. Nice bear as well.

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Nice pics. Bear looks like a brute. Weight?

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very nice pics

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It was actually a young sow. Weight was 180 lbs. This pic shows it better. I had my son in the other tree who was supposed to film it, but he fell asleep. The shot woke him right up though!

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