According to MTN news, a Missoula man has suffered injuries during a grizzly bear attack over the weekend, and was one of two incidents reported. The man was bow hunting Saturday afternoon near the Cabin Creek area, just north of Hebgen lake. The man does not want to be identified, but has told reporters that he was bugling for an elk and the bear went directly for the bugle. The victim tried to use bear spray, but the spray was not affective. The man suffered minor injuries.
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