Some people believe that good things aren’t supposed to happen on Friday the 13th. Try telling that to Chris Stewart.

Friday, May 13, 2016, proved to be a great day for this hunter as he arrowed what is likely to be the new world record brown bear while hunting in Alaska. Outdoor Life has the complete story.

The bear’s hide squared over 10 feet, 6 inches, and the skull green-scored 29 8/16 inches. The current Pope & Young world record brown bear stands at 29 3/16 inches. Could Chris Stewart’s brown bear be the new archery world record? We’ll know in mid-July, after the 60-day drying period… [continued]

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Photo: Chris Stewart