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John E Davies

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We've had lots of bear encounters, they're smart and act like kids basically. I've seen them smile while playing with my daughter through the window, crying in sadness after being left on their own by their mom, and also scream in terror more then once when I mess with them and run them off. Just carry a big Boom Stick if you're worried about them and just shoot into the ground below them and watch them dance if they're having an attitude. Basically I treat them like an 8 year old and run them off if they look like trouble. I've kept a mad grizzly just behind me and out of reach of my car once in Alaska for 1/4 mile or so, and then I've watched them fish maybe 50 yards away.


Generally turning on all of the lights will scare them at least a few feet away, then they run when yelled at most of the time. If they don't run, then fire off a warning shot. All you need to do is open a window :)


Happy Camping,


Reed & Karen Lukens with Riffles our Miniature Poodle

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