Big game hunting with Christian Quested up on Kodiak Island, Alaska, amongst the Grizzlies. I have never done a grizzly. I've been around quite a few of them, especially in Alaska. They tend to hang out where you hunt that time of year. Do they threaten you? They can. So I mean, they're always around. One of my hunts was on Kodiak Island. We had caribou and black tailed deer tags, and parts of Kodiak Island are literally just through these massive mountains, but they're just covered with brush. Thick brush. No trails. Nothing. Berries everywhere. And so they spend most of the spring and summer eating berries. So they're up on top of the mountains. And that's where all the deer and the caribou will be at that time. So if you time it right when you show up, the bears have gone down to the coast to chase fish for a few weeks, and you won't see any bears. We saw countless piles on Kodiak bear leaves, a dinner plate sized poo on the ground scat. Yes, scat and you'll see what they eat and all the raspberries and berries, their seeds in it and whatever you can tell they'd been up there. We could see them with a spotting scope down on the coast, fishing from where we were heading. But in that particular case, a neighbor came closer to us. We didn't get into caribou, but we shot four black tailed buck tags and we shot for about eight bucks. Speaker1: So a successful outing and fortunately, no bear encounters.