Rob Hidenrick

Date: September 17, 2015
Equipment Used: Remington 700 in .300 WM with 200-grain Core-Lokt bullets
Location: West Forks, Maine
Pictured (left to right): Rob Hidenrick
Trophy Size: 490 pounds
Trophy Species: Black Bear
Story: After eight hours of tracking and 15 miles of travel, this 490-pound black bear finally gave up to a fatal shot! I wasn't sure who was more tired, he or I! His skull measurement was 18-13/16 inches.

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One Response to “Rob Hidenrick”

  1. M.A.Findlay

    There’s more of your story thats been left out than in .
    My biggest question is what happened?
    Maybe I didn’t get all of the download. But what I did get was,
    There was a fatal shot and the bear traveled 15 miles. Now, tracking something for 15 miles could take 8 hours OR it could take less or more time. I’m not to hung up on that.
    I would like to know more about your encounter and what happened that made it so unique.
    I believe “that” is the story, how does a fatally shot bear travel 15 miles?
    If you are given the opportunity please tell that part.

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