New Photos of Record Grizzly

Measuring the Potential Record

Measuring the Potential Record

From an article written by Rocky McElveen for the Alaska Daily News The green stretch on the hide is close to 10 feet. It is very rare to have an interior grizzly bear that hibernates so much longer than the coastal brown bear, achieve the age and size of this mammoth grizzly.Outdoor Life Online Editor
The Stretched Hide

The Stretched Hide

From an article written by Rocky McElveen for the Alaska Daily News The green stretch on the hide is close to 10 feet. It is very rare to have an interior grizzly bear that hibernates so much longer than the coastal brown bear, achieve the age and size of this mammoth grizzly. Visit Rocky's guide service at alaskan-adventures.com.Outdoor Life Online Editor
The Hide and Skull

The Hide and Skull

From an article written by Rocky McElveen for the Alaska Daily News The green stretch on the hide is close to 10 feet. It is very rare to have an interior grizzly bear that hibernates so much longer than the coastal brown bear, achieve the age and size of this mammoth grizzly. Visit Rocky's guide service at alaskan-adventures.com.Outdoor Life Online Editor
Measuring the Hide

Measuring the Hide

From an article written by Rocky McElveen for the Alaska Daily News The green stretch on the hide is close to 10 feet. It is very rare to have an interior grizzly bear that hibernates so much longer than the coastal brown bear, achieve the age and size of this mammoth grizzly. Visit Rocky's guide service at alaskan-adventures.com.Outdoor Life Online Editor
Mike Moore with the Grizzly

Mike Moore with the Grizzly

From an article written by Rocky McElveen for the Alaska Daily News On August 10th, a possible world record grizzly was taken by Mike Moore, a retired MLB pitcher with Detroit and the Oakland A's. Russell Knight of Knights Taxidermy in Anchorage gave a rough but initial calibration of the grizzly's skull at 27 4/16 inches. The current record is 27 2/16 inches. The 60 day skull drying period will determine whether or not this bear will be the biggest in the world or somewhere in the top 10 largest grizzlies ever taken. Visit Rocky's guide service at alaskan-adventures.com.Outdoor Life Online Editor
The Potential Record Skull

The Potential Record Skull

From an article written by Rocky McElveen for the Alaska Daily News Russell Knight of Knights Taxidermy in Anchorage gave a rough but initial calibration of the grizzly's skull at 27 4/16 inches. The current record is 27 2/16 inches. The 60 day skull drying period will determine whether or not this bear will be the biggest in the world or somewhere in the top 10 largest grizzlies ever taken. Visit Rocky's guide service at alaskan-adventures.com.Outdoor Life Online Editor
Another Shot of the Skull

Another Shot of the Skull

From an article written by Rocky McElveen for the Alaska Daily News The green stretch on the hide is close to 10 feet. It is very rare to have an interior grizzly bear that hibernates so much longer than the coastal brown bear, achieve the age and size of this mammoth grizzly. Visit Rocky's guide service at alaskan-adventures.com.Outdoor Life Online Editor
Another Shot of the Grizzly Paw

Another Shot of the Grizzly Paw

From an article written by Rocky McElveen for the Alaska Daily News The ADF&G; opened the interior of Alaska so that residents or non-residents may harvest two grizzly bears beginning August 10th in hopes that a reduced grizzly population would aid in a recovery effort for the moose. Visit Rocky's guide service at alaskan-adventures.com.Outdoor Life Online Editor
Another Shot of the Grizzly Paw

Another Shot of the Grizzly Paw

From an article written by Rocky McElveen for the Alaska Daily News The ADF&G; opened the interior of Alaska so that residents or non-residents may harvest two grizzly bears beginning August 10th in hopes that a reduced grizzly population would aid in a recovery effort for the moose. Visit Rocky's guide service at alaskan-adventures.com.Outdoor Life Online Editor

On August 10th, a possible world record grizzly was taken by Mike Moore, a retired MLB pitcher with Detroit and the Oakland A's. UPDATE: Along with photos of the trophy in the field, Outdoorlife.com has acquired photos of the hide and skull. Check 'em out.