The court ruled New Jersey’s bear hunt could go on despite protests from animal activists, and on it went.
According to the Associated Press, a Jefferson Township man killed an 829 lb. bruin, believed to be the largest bear ever killed in the state. He’ll donate it to the Division of Fish & Wildlife. Of course, first he, his son and two neighbors had to spend three hours hauling the bear out of the woods first.
As of Sunday, the Star-Ledger was reporting 439 bears had been killed during the six-day hunting period.