Hunting with Grizzlies and Federal Agents
Tyler Benard is a Wyoming elk guide that has personally defended his clients from Grizzly attacks in the backcountry of Wyoming. Today we're discussing how to avoid bear conflicts and what happens when you have to shoot a federally protected grizzly.
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Being in or out of shape is relative. How does Tyler rate or decide. A flatlander hunting at that elevation is a different level. My bet is many go out there thinking they are ready. How do we really know training at sea level. Has Tyler ever had a hunter that can keep up with the guide who lives on a mountain?