Although bears may be accustomed to coming in to a bait sight on a regular basis, but when they feel, smell or see something slightly amiss, they will hold off. Thus, hunting bears over bait requires patience and skill to accomplish. Mike will also talk about the advantages of using iron sights and how quick and easy sight acquisition makes them a great choice under the right circumstances. Furthermore, Mike will discuss field judging bears and how a baited hunt can, in many cases, make it easier to judge size and pass on smaller bears than a spot and stalk hunt would. Finally, Mike will recount a very physical hunt for mountain grizzlies in the Brooks Range of Alaska where he chased a bear for miles and eventually lost sight of it. However, a last-minute look before heading back to camp revealed the bear was within close proximity and Mike will explain how he was able to close the deal. Tune in for this fun and informative two-part interview with Mike Stroff and to find out what’s to come this season on Savage Outdoors.