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THREE BIG BEARS IN ONE DAY - Bear Hunting with Hounds


Winning | Bear Hunting with Hounds in the Appalachian Mountains

In this late season Appalachian bear hunt you’ll see how they often turn out. Bear hunting with hounds is often misunderstood, but is a culturally significant and vital part of bear management in many regions of the country where other methods of hunting aren’t as effective. Bear hunting with hounds is a difficult and strenuous type of hunting that takes year-round dedication. You’ll enjoy this short-film style video giving you a glimpse into bear hunting in the Appalachian Mountains.

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Bear Hunt with Hounds in Northern Michigan

Woman bear hunter, Jen Gawel, takes a nice Michigan black bear during the 2020 hunting season. Bear tags in Michigan are issued on a very limited draw system to insure the population continues to thrive. The Red Oak district is one of the tougher draws and hunts often wait for 10yrs or more to draw this coveted tag.

Bear meat is great table fare and every bit of this black bear taken was used as food for the family.



With jaws powerful enough to crush a bowling ball, The Grizzly Bear is definitely a force of nature that commands respect. Luckily human encounters with them in the wild are rare due to their remote wilderness habitat… However make no mistake, they do happen and being prepared on how to react can mean the difference between life and death.

In this episode of Breaking Trail, Coyote Peterson will show you first hand of what to do and NOT do in the event that you ever stumble upon one of these beautiful animals. He will do this using the aid of a 750lb male Grizzly Bear who is an ambassador for his species; helping people learn more about why these bears need to be respected and admired, not feared.

This is one episode that you have to see to believe – Coyote is going toe to claw with a Grizzly Bear!

*This video has won an Emmy Award in the teen/youth program category. Thanks to the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences for this honor.

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Tyson the Chained Bear Was Used as Bait for Dogs Until He Was Rescued and Set Free | The Dodo

Tyson the bear spent 16 years chained up in a terrible place in Ukraine, and was used as bait for hunting dogs. He was rescued and taken to a sanctuary, where he can begin to heal with other bears like him and learn how to be wild.

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The Granny Who Lives With Two Bears And A Tiger

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A 62-YEAR-OLD grandmother shares her life with three unconventional pets - two bears and a tiger. Truck driver Bonnie Hart, from Texas, interacts with her unusual pets for hours every day – cuddling up to them and feeding them treats like cookies, marshmallows and ice cream. With a combined weight of over 600 pounds, her two bears – Pebbles and Bam-Bam – have lived with Bonnie since they were cubs. And if that hasn’t been enough to occupy her time, six-year-old white tiger Anushka lives in the enclosure next door.

Videographer / director: Ryan Barbosa
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Bear Hunting with hounds WV 2016

This was a two day Black Bear hunt taking place in Southern WV, with two bears being harvested by first time shooters. The first bear weighing in at 200lbs field dressed. The second weighing in at 128lbs field dressed. Big thank you to Jason Sizemore from Wide Open Kennels! Don't forget to like the video and feel free to comment below. All animals bagged in this video were taken in accordance with all state laws and season regulations.(I do not own the music in this video all rights belong to original owner).

Jeremiah Johnson (1/7) Movie CLIP - Sure That You Can Skin Grizz? (1972) HD

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Jeremiah Johnson (Robert Redford) meets a fur-trapper, Bear Claw (Will Geer), who asks him if he can skin a grizzly bear.

Years before Kevin Costner danced with wolves, Robert Redford headed to the mountains to escape civilization in Sydney Pollack's wilderness western. Around 1850, ex-soldier Johnson (Redford) decides that he would rather live alone as a mountain man in Colorado than deal with society's constraints. After a series of setbacks, he meets grizzled mountain veteran Bear Claws (Will Geer), who teaches him how to survive. Jeremiah strives to live as peaceably as possible in the rugged environment, trading with the native Crow tribe, adopting a boy (Josh Albee) after his family is massacred, and even marrying the daughter (Delle Bolton) of a Flathead chief in order to avoid confrontation. He settles into a mountain home with his family, but the U.S. cavalry, complete with a puritanical Reverend, interrupt the idyll to compel Jeremiah to lead them over the mountains and through a Crow burial ground to rescue white settlers. After the Crow kill his family in retaliation, Jeremiah's frenzied moment of payback precipitates a long-running vendetta, turning him into a legendary Indian killer at the expense of his original ideals, on the way to a final moment of grace. Spectacularly shot on location in Utah, the film captures both the appeal and the challenge of the landscape that Jeremiah chooses over civilization. With an unglamorous performance by Redford and a story that questioned white colonialism while mythologizing the man of nature, Jeremiah Johnson appealed to its 1972 audience and became one of the biggest hits of the year. Wavering between heroicizing Jeremiah for surviving and damning him for killing, Jeremiah Johnson took its place among the Vietnam-era cycle of critical westerns, like Arthur Penn's Little Big Man (1970) and Robert Altman's McCabe and Mrs. Miller (1971), that condemned civilization for corrupting the wilderness and preventing individuals from going pacifistically native.

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We head to the mountains for day 2 of bear dog training. It's very hot but we still manage to get on a track early. This time of year our main objective is to get the hounds in shape.


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Hounds Encounter a Big Bear

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These Massive Dogs Were Once Used For Hunting Bears, And They’re Absolutely HUGE

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Bear Dog Race

One of the events at the 2012 Youth Safari Day was a dog swim to show that bear hunting hounds can swim long distances if necessary during a chase.

Hound hunting explained! Conservation, Tradition and the Heart of the Houndsman

Defending Traditions | by Michigan Bear Hunters Association

Hunt in Michigan with five different houndsmen and their families in this feature-length film discussing all aspects of hunting with hounds. The Michigan Bear Hunters Association teamed up with Bear Hunting Magazine to produce this excellent hound film.

Bear Hunters Continuing to Run Hounds in Wolf Caution Areas

Bear hunters are continuing to put their dogs at risk by running them in Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (WDNR) designated Wolf Caution Areas (WCA), as was witnessed by Wolf Patrol members on July 26, 2019 in the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest.

So far during Wisconsin's 2019 summer bear hound training season there have been five reported attacks on bear hounds by wolves defending their young pups, three of the fights have occurred in Forest County where Wolf Patrol monitors the clash between bear hunters and federally protected gray wolves.

Since bear hound training season began on July 1st, Wolf Patrol has been reporting bear baits with exposed bait, which attracts wolves and other wildlife. Bear hunters are also reporting an increase in the presence of wolves at their national forest bait sites.

In Wisconsin there is no license required to bait for bears, even for nonresidents who are also allowed to run as many baits as they choose. There is no registration required for bear baiting in the national forest and its estimated that over 4 million gallons of food waste is dumped annually in Wisconsin to attract bears.

It's time to get these unregistered and unlimited bear baits off of our national forests!

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Chad, Kirk, and Trace kick things off for our 2018 spring bear training season. Our main objective is to get the hounds in shape and start working with the younger dogs. The day is full of action and by 10 AM we have already ran two bears.


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Mountain Men: Mike Is Not Alone on Kodiak Island (Season 7, Episode 8) | History

While Mike is out hunting for Kodiak Brown Bears, at one point he wanders into one of his lesser-used cabins and finds signs of a recent bear visit. #MountainMen
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The new season of Mountain Men continues to follow the real-life challenges of six men who are living off the grid and off the land. Far away from civilization, using survival skills and sheer cunning to stay fed, clothed and alive, the Mountain Men are recovering from the aftermath of the most brutal winter in decades.

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Hound Pup Training 101 with Sam Natole

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The litter highlighted in this video are the very pups that will be along for continued train during this 2020 cat season. You we get to see how they have progressed started from day number one!
Sam Natole invests much time and effort into training his plott hound pups for the big bobcat hunts that will be to come in their futures. He shares some tips on what exactly he does starting straight from the birth of this beloved hounds. Watch the entire video as we insert some raw footage and Sam then finishes with some closing thoughts. Maine Black Bear and Maine Bobcat are primarily what these hounds are trained to hunt.

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Out of Compliance Bear Baits in Burnett County Wolf Caution Area

Yesterday, Wolf Patrol citizen monitors investigating bear baiting and hound training activities in a WDNR Wolf Caution Area in Burnett County discovered four active bear baits, three of them out of compliance with WDNR regulations which stipulate that baits must be at least 50 yards away from public roads.

As part of a larger investigation in current Wolf Caution Areas across northern Wisconsin, Wolf Patrol is documenting and reporting on the bear baiting and hound training activities that continue, despite the injuries and deaths to hounds that have already been reported in those areas.

The evidence we find says that bear hunters themselves are contributing to the problem by first intentionally baiting wildlife, that in turn attracts wolves, and secondly, using bait sites to attract bears their dogs can then chase through areas where wolves are.

Wolf Caution Areas are mostly designated during the bear hound training season, when an unlimited number of hounds are being trained to chase bears in Wisconsin. The WDNR does not require any license to train dogs or bait for bear, which also attracts many hound trainers and bear baiters from out of state.

Some hounders will intentionally run their dogs in Wolf Caution Areas, knowing that if they are killed or injured, they are then eligible for up to $2,500.00 in compensation from Wisconsin's Endangered Species Fund. In 2016, over $60,000 was paid out to hounders for injured or killed hunting hounds. Continuing to run your dogs in Wolf Caution Areas does not disqualify hounders from compensation either.

Wolf Patrol is calling for a cessation of bear hound training and bear baiting in areas where fights between federally protected wolves and bear hounds have already occurred this summer. It's not a pro versus anti-hunting debate, its about preventing deadly conflicts between wildlife and humans. Nor is i't a request for policy change, its a call for wildlife officials to do the right thing to protect everyone's interests.

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