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Jan 9, 2022 23:49:12   #
Larry M Loc: San Diego
 
Looks like someone lost their fish after gutting it.



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Jan 9, 2022 23:50:15   #
Jeremy Loc: Oregon sometimes
 
Larry M wrote:
Looks like someone lost their fish after gutting it.


At a zoo? Or someone chose life.

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Jan 10, 2022 00:56:25   #
saw1 Loc: nor cal Windsor
 
Jeremy wrote:
At a zoo? Or someone chose life.


If it was mine, I would have given it to him also. I'm just generous that way.

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Jan 10, 2022 01:12:48   #
Jeremy Loc: Oregon sometimes
 
saw1 wrote:
If it was mine, I would have given it to him also. I'm just generous that way.


So your PROlife… 😂

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Jan 10, 2022 04:02:06   #
Able Man Loc: North Coast (Cleveland, Ohio)
 
Seems like ONE WAY to go about keeping the bear busy, while cleaning the "Brown-25" out of a man's pants!!

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Jan 10, 2022 06:02:31   #
OJdidit Loc: Oak Creek Wisconsin
 
Always nice of you to share your catch Saw, very generous!

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Jan 10, 2022 06:46:24   #
sytheteacher Loc: Brooklyn N.Y.
 
A number of years ago I was fishing the Esopus Creek in the Catskills and a brown bear ran across the stream grabbed my stringer that was secured to a rock and pulled the fish off my stringer and started eating them.. Then the bear threw the stringer back into the water and ran back across the steam into the bushes waiting for me to catch more fish..

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Jan 10, 2022 07:30:13   #
flyguy Loc: So. Padre Island, TX. 1 & 2, & S.E. MN. 3-12
 
sytheteacher wrote:
A number of years ago I was fishing the Esopus Creek in the Catskills and a brown bear ran across the stream grabbed my stringer that was secured to a rock and pulled the fish off my stringer and started eating them.. Then the bear threw the stringer back into the water and ran back across the steam into the bushes waiting for me to catch more fish..


Good mornin', sytheteacher, welcome to the Forum, you must have taught him well.

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Jan 10, 2022 07:42:19   #
sytheteacher Loc: Brooklyn N.Y.
 
From what I understand this bear was known for stealing fish from fishermen.. So that spot was called, "feed the bear spot"...

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Jan 10, 2022 07:48:18   #
flyguy Loc: So. Padre Island, TX. 1 & 2, & S.E. MN. 3-12
 
sytheteacher wrote:
From what I understand this bear was known for stealing fish from fishermen.. So that spot was called, "feed the bear spot"...


I think I would fish elsewhere, MHO.

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Jan 10, 2022 07:53:23   #
E.pa.al Loc: Martin's Creek
 
sytheteacher wrote:
A number of years ago I was fishing the Esopus Creek in the Catskills and a brown bear ran across the stream grabbed my stringer that was secured to a rock and pulled the fish off my stringer and started eating them.. Then the bear threw the stringer back into the water and ran back across the steam into the bushes waiting for me to catch more fish..


Didn't think there was brown bear in ny🤔

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Jan 10, 2022 07:56:08   #
sytheteacher Loc: Brooklyn N.Y.
 
flyguy wrote:
I think I would fish elsewhere, MHO.


That what I did and fished the Pepacton Reservoir..

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Jan 10, 2022 08:37:06   #
Flytier Loc: Wilmington Delaware
 
E.pa.al wrote:
Didn't think there was brown bear in ny🤔


Colors vary in black bears from solid black to a cinnamon shade. It a a long hike from Alaska to the Catskills.

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Jan 10, 2022 08:39:31   #
sytheteacher Loc: Brooklyn N.Y.
 
You are correct

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Jan 10, 2022 09:05:22   #
Papa Jack Loc: Indianapolis
 
Poor guy looks hungry. It’s always good to share

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