We've got the stories and photos of the two biggest bears taken during Pennsylvania's 2011 season.
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Pennsylvania is in the golden years of its bear hunting history. According to preliminary reports, Keystone State hunters killed 3,968 bears this year, which is the second highest number on record. Of all those bruins, two stand out above the rest: A 767-pound boar (above) killed by a tow truck driver from Monroe County and a 746-pounder (below) killed by an 18-year-old Amish hunter in Potter County.
We got photos of both these monster bruins and the story of each hunt to go with.