World Record Grizzly Bear

The story behind Bob Steed’s World Record Grizzly Bear

On April of 2013, Bob Steed was sitting and glassing from a vantage point with his guide. His guide is highly experienced, and has guided well over 100 successful Alaska grizzly hunts. After a few days of glassing, they spotted this monster grizzly bear feeding on a fresh moose kill. After a three mile stalk on snowshoes in tricky mountain winds, they were able to close to 125 yards, Bob anchored the big bear with four well placed shots.

The grizzly ended up going 9 ½ feet with a 28 ½ inch skull making him the new #1 World Record Grizzly (SCI). Congratulations on a great hunt and an incredible animal.

Hunt with the outfitter who guided the World Record Grizzly Bear.

This is a great opportunity to hunt truly big grizzlies. You can hunt in the spring, or better yet, book a fall grizzly hunt and you can combo it up with a fantastic moose hunt. This outfitter on average takes bigger bears in the spring, but in the fall you can make it a combo. And the best part about it is that it is not a really difficult hunt physically.

So, if you are interested in taking the Alaska hunt of a lifetime for a giant grizzly bear, moose that average over 60 inches for the past 40 years, and more (caribou, sheep, black bear and world class fishing). He has been in business for over 37 years and you will be hard pressed to find a better grizzly or moose hunt anywhere.

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