mainly black bears , but have had few oportunities to hunt grizz as well, pretty hair raising ,they likr to live in the alders in slide paths here on the spring when they are open here. can't see 15' in most of the paths ,so wounding them up ain't no fun.
12 years I have put in for my own tag and have not had one yet. hopefully this year
I go to Manitoba in the spring- hunt bear and catch walleyes and pike- next fall i should get kill tag here but opted for point as I'll be in BC hunting most of Sept-pm or email me if you want more info on MB hunt
The ones I see down on the beaches are of two types
The POLAR BEAR type.
(BIG, HAIRY AND PALE)
Would rather see them shooed back into the water than shot.
The HAIRLESS BEAR.
These are all too common of a bear.
These usually average about 240 lbs and are found on the coast with a gaggle of cubs, 3 coolers, a carton of cigerates and not enough clothes to cover the extra fat that was not used during the winter Hybernation.
As you can well imagine.. I DO NOT HUNT BEARS!!!!!