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David Sparks Ph.d Secundo Bear Hunt
by David Sparks Ph.d, click here for bio

Program: Sportsman's Spotlight
Date: April 01, 2019

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Good friend, excellent hockey goaltender and avid hunter, Jarrod Secundo and I were talking about his recent season in the wilderness. I asked him how he made out. “: Good friend excellent hockey goaltender and avid hunter Jarrett's a condo and I were talking about his recent season in the wilderness. I asked him how he made out.

“There was a struggle as usual by me and I was able to fill a few tags and put some meat in the freezer. I got a black bear. We do a lot of Hound Dog up on the border of the Frank Church. We've got the hounds and we got the bear bait. What'll happen is as I snowmobile bait into the area in early spring and he's gonna go over a seven thousand seventy six hundred foot summit to get there. So we got a snowmobile in until mid-June or so until the road's accessible by vehicle and I'd take about a thousand pounds of bait over in the springtime and we go in and we set baits and let them sit for a week and once the bears start hitting that we'll get back in there with the hound dogs and we'll just run over the baits each day that we're up there hunting and if the bait has been hit then we'll let the dogs go and about know 75 percent of the time they do well and tree a bear. So we did pretty good last year. I think we treed 15 or 16 bears in just under I think it was seven or eight days of fall hunting.”

Jarrod says that he rarely if ever eats any meat that he hasn't harvested from the wild and that makes him a truly bonafide hunter. In my mind.

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