There is a lot of strange stuff going on in this video. But, it's worth getting though to see the unique clip of a wild grizzly seizing up and tumbling downhill. Some media reports are suggesting the bear had a heart attack, but the details behind this video are unknown. According to LiveLeak, it was shot on Kodiak Island.
Anyone who has ever tried to draw a tag in a trophy unit in the West, and especially Wyoming (just ask our editor), will get the joke in this video immediately.
See why the .300 Win. Mag is a popular choice for moose hunting.
Here on the Fish Report blog, some of our most popular posts have been videos of big sharks thrashing tarpon, marlin, and tuna. Why? Because sharks are cool. To continue the trend, here's a recent clip of a mako taking out kingfish off of Norfolk Island, east of Australia. It's cool footage if you can ignore the annoying dubstep music playing in the background.
This video was shot by Swedish hunters and was posted to YouTube late last month. In Sweden, they commonly use dogs to drive moose out of heavy cover. It seems the hunter didn't intend to shoot the small bull until it started charging him.
A group of six panel scored Jim Baker's buck at 249 5/8 inches net on Sunday. It beat Wayne Schumacher's 2009 nontypical by about 6 inches.
This footage comes from the guys over at Wired to Hunt (check them out on Facebook here). One of their team members, Josh Hillyard, shot the buck shown in the clip. Mark Kenyon was posted up about 200 yards away and heard some crashing coming his way about 5 minutes after Hillyard shot.
This video was posted to LiveLeak two days ago and illustrates just how creative a predator the wolf can be. According to the post: "Remote cameras planted by a British Columbia environmental group have captured a wolf capturing one of the spawning salmon in the heart of the Great Bear Rainforest.
Hunters are given a unique view of death. With the squeeze of a trigger, we see animals take their final breaths. Within a matter of seconds, a browsing deer or flushing pheasant is turned from a critter bursting with energy into a carcass.
Tourists on African safaris have been turning out YouTube fodder for years and this video is certain to end up a classic. An unlucky warthog gets pinned down on the banks of what seems to be a big watering hole by a pack of wild dogs.
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