Jason Flemmer, of Thompson Falls, had a phenomenal day last week while hunting–he bagged his first black bear ever with his 300 Win Mag!
“I was expecting to see one over 300 yards but came around a corner and he was sitting at the base of an elderberry tree under 100 yards,” Jason said. “I sat and watched him for an hr before I decided to pull the trigger. I had two days to find one before I had to head back out of town for work., so I wasn’t being super picky with finding a huge one.”
Excellent work, Jason, and thank you for sharing! We hope to see more hunting success pictures from you this season if you make it back out there!
This is Jason’s third mention on montanaoutdoor.com to date–check out why for a big herd of elk here and for hunting superstitions here.
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