Alaskan brown bear steals sockeye salmon from Fisherman’s Line

Talk about a wild encounter.

Just catching a redfish is a dream for most anglers. A tasty and large fish that roams the waters of the west coast, and also happens to be a bear’s favorite meal in this corner of the forest.

Alaskan brown bears love their fish. A single bear can eat up to 30 fish in a day if the fishing is good.

Yes, they are better fishermen than most of us… they do it with their bare hands.

You get many rich nutrients from eating the fish, and when they’re plentiful, it’s an easy way to pack on plenty of fat for the winter. In areas with plenty of fish, they make up a large part of the brown bear’s diet.

This fisherman found out the hard way.

I mean, I’m sure he knew what he thought about fishing in wild Alaska, but he found out anyway.

A brown bear looks on intently as he reels in a sockeye salmon, a fish known for its great taste…must be a popular fishing spot.

The man watches the bear closely, but what can you really do with an adult brown bear just waiting for dinner? Not much is the answer.

As he brings the fish to shore, the bear runs out, grabs it and takes off with his catch.

All the man can do is laugh.

“Fishing for sockeye salmon in remote Alaska. A brown bear took my catch. The end result was that everyone was safe.”

What an encounter.

Grizzly Bear runs towards a group of fishermen

This would cause the old heart to pump a little harder than normal.

I mean they could have gone to a better place and practiced better bear-aware safety by trying to scare the thing off. But that is beside the point…

That would make almost anyone shit their shit out of sheer fear.

Grizzly bears are animal beasts that will hunt almost anything they eat. A large grizzly can weigh over 1,500 pounds, but even a small one is a big animal.

Of course, you just don’t want to get too close to these animals… Just thinking about what they could do to a human is enough to avoid this situation.

And yet, even though they are ferocious beasts, everyone can’t help but admire their beauty. The massive beast is just cool to see in action.

This group of fishermen encounter a young grizzly while standing on a bridge. As the Grizz slowly walks towards them across the bridge, they just stand there and film.

Doesn’t seem like the smartest idea…

As the grizzly comes right next to them, it lunges at them as if to say, “I could pick you up if I wanted to,” but luckily they were spared by the bear, who continued to saunter down the bridge.

People scream and the bear just carries on unconcernedly.

Time for a change of pants…

Woman has scary encounter with aggressive grizzly

The tension is killing me.

A woman was just enjoying her day in the woods of Kitimat, British Columbia, Canada, sitting on the banks of a river when she came into close contact with an undesirable company…

And I’m talking about a mom grizzly bear and a couple of her cubs.

In the video, you can see the bears chilling in the river while the videographer stands at a not-so-comfortable distance.

However, it quickly becomes more nerve-wracking when the curious bears decide to slowly move towards the woman.

Eventually, after a brief false attack, she goes back into the water and moves along the shore to keep her distance, but the curious cubs keep coming back.

Next thing you know…a cub (who isn’t that tiny herself) is only a few feet away from her, to the point where she could probably reach out and pet one of them (I strongly advise against it). from that by the way).

And then Mama Bear comes storming into the water behind our hiker.

It’s unclear if she ever contacts any of them, but you’d think she’d be abused for her reaction.

She must have made it out of the situation well though (she was clearly able to turn in the footage), but damn it if that’s not close.

As she said in the caption:

“Two curious grizzly cubs and a young mama bear. Mom was afraid of all the people and dogs by the river and was just trying to protect her curious cubs.”

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