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Minnetonka, MN --(Ammoland.com)- Pheasant fanatics are gearing up for the big opener on October 20 in South Dakota.

So it’s good timing the crew at North American Hunter took to the fields last fall for a little pheasant fun while host, Mark Kayser, went WAY up north to get his adrenaline pumping in a close encounter of the black bear kind on this week’s North American Hunter. Tune in to North American Hunter on NBC Sports Network Tuesdays at 10 a.m., Thursdays at 2:30 p.m., Fridays at 11 a.m. and Sundays at 11:30 p.m. (ET). North American Hunter is part of the North American Hunting Club, the premier community for hunters and outdoor enthusiasts.

Bill Miller takes to South Dakota’s snowy corn fields in a late season ring-neck pheasant trip with old friend, Brian Kelvington of Federal Premium Ammunition.

“South Dakota is truly a hunter’s paradise. And shooting, while that’s a lot of fun, is only a small part of the enjoyment,” said Miller during the show.

While the guys had a friendly competition happening, the birds were certainly proving challenging. “Even though this is a preserve, these birds are not put out just for you to take. They are out all season and before and are truly the equivalent of wild birds,” mentioned Miller. Viewers will have to tune in to see whose shooting was on target!

Meanwhile, host Mark Kayser traveled to northern Alberta where the black bears approach him in “handshaking distance.”

“I was ready to get a little more personal with these bears. I wanted to be on the ground face-to-face,” said Kayser during the show.

And boy did he ever get close! One yearling bear got so curious as to what was happening with Kayser’s ground blind, that Kayser eventually had to bring out his shooting sticks and whap the young’un’ on the nose to stay out!

The following day, a boar and sow came to check out the ground blind area. The sow got too close and the boar had to come back to warn her off. But that was his demise – and Kayser’s arrow was true as he took down the giant black bear.

“This was one of the most exciting hunts in a long time. To have something this big and that close, with no fear, it was amazing,” said Kayser.

Join the North American Hunting Club FREE for the first 30 days and receive a digital copy of North American Hunter; just log onto HuntingClub.com.

About North American Hunting Club: With 750,000 enthusiastic members, North American Hunting Club—through its official publication, North American Hunter—strives to increase the hunting skills and enjoyment of Club members. The NAHC’s mission is to serve as a one-stop source where avid hunters from across North America can satisfy all their hunting needs. The Club also acts as a vehicle through which hunters from all points of the compass can communicate—sharing success stories, photos and videos through the magazine, website and the social network. For more information on the NAHC, visit: HuntingClub.com.

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  • One User comment to “Pheasant-Topia & Up Close Bear Hunting This Week on North American Hunter”

    1. mark s. kennedy on October 18, 2012 at 2:08 PM said:

      Just watched your tv show “North American Hunter: Alberta Bear”. I am an avid hunter both with bow & gun. I hunt all type of game, small & large, in the southern part of Michigan. But i have never hunted black bear. After watching your tv show, i am ashamed to admit that i am also a fellow “hunter” – where is the sportsmanship in shooting tamed bear at a feeder from 10 yards away ? Those bear were so hungry, they came up to the “bait pile” even before you had a chance to set up your blinds. Once you did get the blinds set up, the bear were so tamed that they nearly climbed into the blind with you – you actually had to tap one of them on the nose to get him to back away from your blind. Why didn’t you just take one of those tamed baby bear home with you as a pet, it would have been much more humane !!! What you do is not hunting, but more like “put & take” pheasant slaughter – there is no skill in shooting tamed animals at a “bait pile” from 10 yards away !!! That is just as bad as a “great white hunter” who pays tons of money to go shoot an elephant on a game preserve in Africa !!!

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