Kevin Frazier, of Missoula, was out hunting last week and ended up tagging a nice black bear. He shot the sow at 359 yards with his Remington 700 .308. “She is full fur and was ready for winter,” Frazier enthusiastically exclaimed on his Facebook page. The pouring rain and nightfall made it difficult to find the bear the evening he shot it, but the next morning when he and a friend went in to recover it, there it was waiting for him.
He also sent out a special thanks to Collin Griffiths for helping him pack it out and to Logan Marshall for going with him to help spot the bear.
Great work, Kevin, and congratulations from the Montana Outdoor Radio Show crew!
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