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outfitter review submitted by: ED KULICH on May 8 2010

Species Hunted: BLACK BEAR

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Reviewer Comments: HUNTED WITH THE SLIPP'S ... Join now to read hunt reviews for in New Brunswick

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outfitter review submitted by: John Steele on May 9 2006

Species Hunted: Black Bear

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Reviewer Comments: Ron & Duane Slipp ... Join now to read hunt reviews for in New Brunswick

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outfitter review submitted by: Jim Pierce on Oct 8 2005

Species Hunted: Black Bear

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outfitter review submitted by: Jim Shepard on Mar 30 2005

Species Hunted: deer/bear/fish

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outfitter review submitted by: Bob Seils on Apr 17 2000

Species Hunted: Blk. Bear

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Reviewer Comments: I Have been to ... Join now to read hunt reviews for in New Brunswick

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