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Alaska Bears and Caribou Hunt #24

Alaska Bears and Caribou Hunt #24

This outfitter is licensed to guide in over half of Alaska’s GMU’s! He spends half his year guiding hunters and fishermen throughout Alaska. He also devote about 1,000 hours a year to conservation efforts- astonishing!!

All of his bear hunts since 2008 have been done in GMU’s where the bear population is out of control, damaging moose populations and other prey animals. His wife is also a licensed guide and outfitter and when not teaching she serves as camp boss and bear skinner. She has also guided dozens of Wounded Warriors on bear hunts, many of whom were missing limbs. She is also an Archery instructor and a certified Hunter Ed instructor! These folks are serious!

Arctic Barren Ground Caribou hunting at it’s finest. Hunt Alaska’s largest caribou herd on their migration route from summer to winter habitats. This hunt will be conducted under permit from BLM in the vast National Petroleum Reserve, although you will be over 100 miles from the nearest oil well. This area is also known for its’ abundant grizzlies and hunters can expect at least a 70% opportunity to take a grizzly on a trophy fee basis. You will float past what is known as the most remote place in America. Wolves are common, but also reclusive. The hunt will begin with a two hour flight across the Brooks Range and Gates of the Arctic National Park. The fly-in day will be spent scouting, inflating the raft, and sighting in rifles.

This area is vast, open, hilly/mountainous tundra with thick willows along the crystal clear streams. Glassing animals up to ten miles distant is common due to the lack of vegetation and clear air. Weather is normally very good for Alaska. Meals are simple, but hearty. Due to the large distances involved and the expense of air taxis, this hunt is conducted in a simple, light, and efficient manner. Note: This is tough tundra walking- meaning walking on tussocks, plenty of places to slip or trip. Not normal walking, so be in good shape.
Outfitter states: “Our 2014 float hunters were 5-6 on grizzlies and 100% on caribou. Our 2015 hunters were 100% on both species. This area has the highest densities of grizzlies anywhere in the Arctic. This is also Alaska’s largest caribou herd. Caribou are abundant and not yet migrating so you normally are into them right away. Bulls congregate in small bachelor groups. “

Outfitters comments on 2016 season: “2016 Update: All 8 of our hunters had shots at caribou and grizzlies. Grizzly hunting was fantastic! All pairs of hunters saw between 16 and 25 grizzlies on their hunts! The first hunt hunters were 6-6 on caribou and 5-6 on Grizlies with the sixth hunter missing an archery shot a a griz. All grizzlies taken were boars with one exceptional one over 25” B&C! The second pair of hunters were very mobility challenged and each had shots at caribou, took one grizzly and wounded another”

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Arctic  Grizzly/Caribou Float Trip Combo

Their permitted area covers approximately 3.5 Million acres. This area is area is so remote our hunters seldom see another person that is not associated with our outfit. We will float past what is known as the most remote place in America. This is a true wilderness hunt in an area where you will go many days without hearing the sound of even an airplane. You will float a river surrounded by mountains up to 4500ft at the beginning and opening up into rolling hills about half way through the 60 mile float. Terrain is relatively good for foot travel with occasional areas of tussocks and swamp. Weather is usually good in August but can range from 20-80 degrees with days in the 60s and nights around 40 most common. Hunters can expect to see from 10 to 10,000 caribou daily; most days sightings are 20-200 this time of year. Wolves are relatively common but also a tough target to hit.

The hunt will begin with an almost two hour flight across the Brooks Range and Gates of the Arctic National Park. The fly-in day will be spent scouting, setting up camp, inflating rafts, and sighting in rifles. We will hunt nine full days. Take out will be the morning of the tenth day. Glassing animals up to ten miles distant is common due to the lack of vegetation and clear air. Camps will be simple tents with cots on the shore of the river. Meals will be simple but hearty bush cooking. Due to the shear distance involved (over 100 miles from the nearest civilization), and expense of Air Taxis, this hunt is conducted in a simple, light, and efficient manner. Hunters are asked to limit their gear to 50# including their rifle. Gun Cases and street clothes can be left in Bettles and do not count for weight limits

FLOAT TRIP PRICING- 2016/17:
Float Hunt $13,000 per person (2×1) 10 Days Late July/ Early August
Alternative Payment Option: $10,000 + $4,500 fee if ANY animal is taken
If client wants 1×1 cost is $15,500
Alternative Payment Option for 1X1: $13,000 + $4,500 fee if ANY animal is taken
• Grizzly Bear and Caribou Trophy Fee are both Included!
• Air Taxi Fee $1500 (Actual air taxi cost are approximately $2500 per person but the hunter is
only responsible for $1500 of this cost)
Not Included: Flight to Bettles from Fairbanks.
Hunters are responsible for extra air taxi flights to leave the field on a date other than the anticipated departure date.

REGULAR CARIBOU HUNT- NOT A FLOAT- BUT BASICALLY IDENTICAL TO THE FLOAT TRIP IN TERMS OF AREA HUNTED! PRICE IS ONLY $7500 (2×1)

This hunt is virtually identical to the Float trip, but logistics are much simpler so the price is almost halved! You will experience true wilderness Arctic Barren Ground Caribou hunting at it’s finest. Hunt Alaska’s largest caribou herd on their Migration route from summer to winter habitat thru the passes of Gates of The Arctic National Park in the Brooks Range.

This area is also known for it’s abundant grizzlies and hunters can expect a reasonable opportunity
to take a griz on a trophy fee basis. This hunt will be conducted under permit from BLM in the vast National Petroleum Reserve, although we will be over 100 miles from the nearest oil well. Our permitted area covers approximately 3.5 Million acres. Camps will be simple tents with cots on the shore of one of a dozen or more lakes spread out over the foothills of the brooks range. Camps are within 10-50 miles of what is known as the most remote place in America, surrounding it in all directions. This is a true wilderness hunt in an area that sees little hunting pressure.

Terrain in our southern camps is river valley surrounded by mountains up to 4500ft; Northern camps are mostly rolling hills with occasional ridges up to 1000ft. Terrain is relatively good for foot travel with occasional areas of tussocks and swamp in both areas. Weather is usually good in
August but can range from 20-80 degrees with days in the 50s and nights around 40 most common.

Hunters can expect to see from 10 to 10,000 caribou daily; most days sightings are 20-500. Wolves are
relatively common but also a tough target to hit. The hunt will begin with an almost two hour flight across
the Brooks Range and Gates of the Arctic National Park. The fly-in day will be spent scouting, setting up
camp, and sighting in rifles. You will hunt six full days. Take out will be the morning of the seventh day.
Glassing animals up to ten miles distant is common due to the lack of vegetation and clear air. Meals will be simple but hearty bush cooking. Due to the sheer distance involved and expense of Air Taxis this hunt is
best conducted in a simple, light, and efficient manner. Camps are of stout tents with cots and cooking is done over backpack-style butane stoves. Tents are not heated so make sure you have a 0-degree sleeping bag as temperatures can occasionally dip to around 20 degrees at night. Hunters are asked to limit their gear to 50 pounds- including their rifle. Heavy Gun Cases and street clothes can be left in Bettles and do not count for weight limits.

Arctic Caribou Hunt – 7 Days August (Dates vary year to year)
Hunts that are 2 hunters and one guide are $7500 ea.(2×1)
Hunts that are 1×1 are $10,900 (due to costs being prohibitive for extremely expensive bush flights),
Hunts that are 4×1 are $6,500 (Groups of up to 12 may be accommodated)
One Caribou Included per person.
Grizzly Bear Trophy Fee: $5500 (tag is not included, $500)
Air Taxi Fee $1500 (Actual air taxi cost are approximately $2500 per person but the hunter is
only responsible for $1500 of this cost)
Not Included: Flight to Bettles from Fairbanks.
Hunters are responsible for extra air taxi flights to leave the field on a date other than the anticipated departure date.

BAITED BROWN BEAR/BLACK BEAR HUNTS

Hunting: This is a new, unique opportunity made possible by a regulation change in 2013. Therefore 2014 was the first time in history that non-residents were allowed to hunt brown bears over bait. Outfitter reports going 6 for 7, including both rifle and bow hunters. This is a bow-hunter’s dream! This outfitter has hunted this area for over ten years and has always been frustrated by brown bears that take over their black bear baits making black bear hunting difficult. The Brownies have also been a menace and there is an abundance of them. Approximately 100% of thehunters have sen brown bear on this hunt. These are considered coastal brown bears but do not grow quite to the size of those closer to the coast. These bears top out at about 9 feet with 7 -to 8.5 foot bears very common. Their brown bears in this area are normally spectacularly furred in the spring and range in color from chocolate to almost white. Black bears are also abundant on this hunt and all color phases are present. Approximately 50% of their black bears are jet black, the rest are various shades of brown. Outfitter reports that based on past problems with the Brownies, they expect 100% of their hunters to see brown bears on bait while hunting; the rest depends on the hunter. One bow hunter has missed on 3 consecutive years! Their black bear success rates have been over 100% for the last five years (you may take up to three bears but only the first one is included in the price..

HUNT BASICS: Hunting areas will be accessed by vehicle, ATV and Jet Boat. You will hunt ten full days and leave the morning of the 11th day. Your daily schedule will consist of sleeping in late, a light breakfast, fishing mid day, lunch and then baiting stands. Hunting starts at about 5:00 pm daily. Expect late nights, sometimes well after midnight. The Copper River is famous for its salmon runs and you are welcome to catch big sockeyes just a few steps from your cabin. Meals will be hearty, sometimes gourmet depending on your guides cooking preference. Accommodations are simple, small cabins located just feet from the Klutina River on their property in Copper Center, AK.

2016 Outfitter Update: “ This hunt has become one of our most reliable experiences. Our Brown Bear hunters where 7 bears for -9 hunters– with one unsuccessful bowhunter wounding a nice bear and the other left after a couple days due to health issues. Our two largest bears where old boars of 8’ 9” and 9’ with skulls around 25”. All hunters that wanted black bears got them.”

Combo Baited Brown/Black Bear Hunting
2017 price $14,500 1 x 1 guiding – two bears. 
10 Days, June 1 – 10 or , June 15 – 24
1 x 1 guiding while Brown Bear hunting

Price includes One Brown Bear and one Black bear. Excellent salmon fishing too!
A second Black Bear means you pay a Trophy Fee of $1,000 (extra black bears up to three total)

Not Included: Transportation from Anchorage to Copper Center, AK (rental car, you then drive 180 miles). He meets you in Copper Center. Licenses and tips are also extra.

STANDS: In terms of stand set-up, here is what the outfitter says:
“We don’t really have a typical set up. About half of our spots are 12′ high double wide ladder stands, and we have a few wood platform stands. The balance are ground blinds, made mostly out of logs or brush. Several of our setups are shooting across a small river channel or pond but some are up close in the thick stuff. We adapt to gun or bow hunters.”

DAILY SCHEDULE: To give you an idea of daily schedule, you generally sleep in until at least 9:00. Eat a late breakfast. Mid day, hunters can tag along to bait stands or fish for salmon in front of the cabins, or just relax. You head for the stands by about 5:00pm and are in place by 6:00 or 7:00. You will sit until about 11:00 on some of the river baits because guides need light to run the rocky rivers. The ATV access baits or Copper River baits you will sit until midnight or later. 80% of the activity is from 8:00-11:00. They very seldom sit overnight and only will if we have a big bear that is being stubborn. That call is completely up to the client if they want to do it. Accommodations are comfortable simple, small cabins located just feet from the Klutina River on their property in Copper Center. Cabins have all bedding, and towels you need.
AK. Guides do back up hunters; and will try to stop an escaping bear if in their judgment that is required.

Baited Black Bear Hunting & salmon fishing!
Five-days guided hunting & unguided fishing is just $3,900 – Limit two black bear
June 6-10, June 23-27
Third Black Bear Trophy Fee: $1,000 (up to three total)
Not Included: Transportation from Anchorage to Copper Center, AK (rental car, 180 mile drive)

This outfitter has hunted this area for over ten years and is typically 100% on the first bear, and nearly as good on second and third bears. The outfitter also caters to disabled hunters, including vets. Black bears are abundant on this hunt and all color phases are present. Approximately 50% of the black bears are jet black, the rest are various shades of brown. Their black bear success rates have been over 100% for the last five years (you may take up to three bears). Black bears in this area range from 5 to 7 feet. These are healthy, long-legged bears who’s skulls top out at about 19 inches. Accommodations are comfortable simple, small cabins located just feet from the Klutina River on their property in Copper Center, AK.

Hunting areas will be accessed by vehicle, ATV and jet boat. You will hunt five full days and leave the morning of the 6th day. Your daily schedule will consist of sleeping in late, a light breakfast, fishing, lunch, baiting stands. Hunting starts at about 5:00 pm daily. Expect late nights to extend well after midnight. The Copper River is known for its salmon runs and you are welcome to catch sockeyes just a few steps from your cabin. Fishing is unguided on this trip. Meals will be hearty, accommodations will be simple with accommodations being small cabins located just a few feet from the Klutina River on their property in Copper Center, AK.

Cast and Blast $4,900- this trip includes guided fishing and hunting!

Guided Six-Days June 28 – July 3 only- no alternate dates
Bear Hunting PLUS Guided Fishing for King Salmon
Two Black bear Included along with salmon
Third Black Bear Trophy Fee: $1,000 (up to three total)
Not Included: Transportation from Anchorage to Copper Center, AK (rental car, 180 mile drive.)

This outfitter has hunted and fished this area for over ten years. Bear Season ends June 30 and King Salmon season opens July 1. This trip provides the best of both worlds-three days of fishing and three days of hunting. Black bears are abundant and all color phases are present. Approximately 50% of the black bears are jet black; the rest are various shades of brown. The outfitter’s black bear success rates have been over 100% for the last five years (you may take up to three bears). Black bears in this area range from 5 to 7 feet. These are long-legged bears with relatively small heads; B&C bears do not seem to exist in this area. Their skulls top out at about 19”. Hunting areas will be accessed by highway vehicle, ATV and Jet Boat. On this Cast and Blast, you will hunt three full days and fish three full days. Then you will leave the morning of the 7th day. Your hunting daily schedule will consist of sleeping in late, a light breakfast, fishing, lunch, baiting stands. Hunting starts at about 5:00 pm daily, expect late nights, well after midnight. Fishing days start early and are over by about 5:00 pm. The Copper River is also known for its sockeye salmon runs and you are welcome to catch sockeyes just a few steps from your cabin. Meals are filling and hearty. Accommodations are comfortable simple, small cabins located just feet from the Klutina River on their property in Copper Center, AK.

DALL SHEEP, MOOSE
This outfitter is in the process of buying out a bery successful 35 year old outfitting business. The old outfitter has exclusive concessions in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge for sheep and Togiak National Wildlife Refuge in Southwest Alaska. We are booked for sheep for 2016 and only have a couple openings for 2017.

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This hunt is conducted in his exclusive use area in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge Wilderness on the North side of the Brooks Range. Exclusive Use Permit means that he is the only outfitter allowed in this nearly 2 million acre Concession. There are no other guides to compete with like there are in many areas of the Brooks Range, Alaska Range and Chugach. This area is known for some of the largest Dall sheep genetics in the Brooks Range with multiple rams of 38-42” being taken almost every year. This is true backpack sheep hunting in every way. Expect to hike up to ten miles daily and camp in different locations nearly every night. Grizzly Bears and caribou can be abundant in this area and may be taken on a trophy fee basis. Weather is usually good in August but can range from 20-80 degrees with days in the 60s and nights around 40 most common. Hunters can expect to see sheep daily. The hunt will begin with a flight across the Brooks Range. The fly-in day will be spent scouting, and spiking in to a location to set up camp. We will be in the field ten full days. Take out will be the morning of the eleventh day.

Fantastic Arctic Char and grayling fishing is available on both our float hunts and most other hunts in this area. Our float hunts add an additional level of adventure and allow for for flexibility to hunt along 40 miles of pristine river.

Float hunts are NOT necessarily less physically demanding than other hunts. Meals will be dinners of Mountain House Meals; lunch of cheese, crackers, bars, jerky etc; and breakfast will be oatmeal, coffee, granola, etc. Camps will be simple; lightweight backpacking tents are provided (one tent per person, you don’t need to sleep next to your stinky guide). Hunters are asked to limit their gear to 40# including their rifle and pack. Everything the hunter brings to the field will be packed with him almost every day. Gun Cases and street clothes can be left with the air taxi in Ft. Yukon and do not count for weight limits.

Arctic National Wildlife Refuge Wilderness Dalls Sheep Hunt $17,500 (1×1) — 10 Days Early August
Alternative Payment Option: $14,000 + $5,500 Trophy Fee
2017 Only, 2016 is full

2×1 price is $15,500
Alternative Payment Option: $12,500 + $5,500 Trophy Fee

One Sheep Included in full price hunt

Caribou Trophy Fee $2500 (tag is not included, $325)
Grizzly Bear Trophy Fee: $5500 (tag is not included, $500)
Float hunt add $1500
Air Taxi Fee $1500 (Actual air taxi cost are approximately $2500 per person but the hunter is
only responsible for $1500 of this cost)
Not Included: Flight to Fort Yukon from Fairbanks.

Togiak Refuge Brown bear area:

BROWN BEAR:: We do have openings for the new Togiak Refuge Brown bear area for next fall (2016). Old outfitter had an 87.6% success rate over the last ten years. (Our outfitter knows this because the Refuge keeps track and he just saw it in the paperwork.) Our outfitter feels he will do at least that well, probably better because he plans on moving the hunts up 20 days earlier, when there are more fish– which brings more bear. This is may be the bear hunt with the fishiest area anywhere. Bears are generally 8 feet to9.5′ with 24”to 27″ skulls. Sept 1-10 & 10-20, 2016. He gets 8 bear tags. He will only allow 2 bowhunters in each hunt because good archery guides are not that easy to find. $16.500.
10 Days, September, Early October (dates are flexible)

Togiak National Wildlife Refuge Wilderness Brown Bear Hunt $16,500 (1×1)
Alternative Payment Option: $13,500 + $4,500 Trophy Fee

OR go 2×1 for $15,000
Alternative Payment Option: $12,000 + $4,500 Trophy Fee
Moose Trophy Fee $12,000 (Drawing Tag Only, tag is not included, $400 for tag)

Second Brown Bear Trophy Fee $10,000 (Two Bear Limit, tag is not included, $500)
One Brown Bear Included in full price hunt

Not Included: Transportation from Anchorage to Dillingham, AK
Our hunting area is an Exclusive Use Concession of about 2 million acres located in Southwest Alaska (Bristol Bay) in the Togiak National Wildlife Refuge Wilderness (TNWR). The area is 140 miles long Stretching from the heart of the Killbuck Mountains to the extreme Southwest corner of Greater Alaska. Possibly the most diverse Concession in all of Alaska. The northern portion of the area is dominated by jagged mountains and crystal clear blue lakes teeming with Bristol Bay Salmon and many species of native fish.

The mountains are separated by narrow valleys with ribbons of salmon streams flanked by ancient Cottonwood trees and short alder brush. The northern section is almost a carbon copy of the more mountainous areas of Kodiak Island’s West end. The central portion of the Concession is a vast, 20 mile wide valley flanked by mountains on both sides with hundreds of small lakes and salmon choked streams. The southwestern portion of the Concession is a smaller version of the Alaska Peninsula changing from brush covered mountains to barren tundra in the east to an Aleutian climate farther west almost without vegetation. The far southwest tip of the Concession is one of the most remote, least visited places in America. This area where Bristol Bay and the Bering Sea meet is dominated by interesting marine life. Walrus are a frequent visitor, seals are ever present, and many unique species of waterfowl are extremely abundant. The Bears of the area are classic Coastal Brown Bears with large boars ranging from 8.5’ to over 9.5’; skull sizes of large boars range from 25-28”. Our kill rate over the last ten year Concession, was 87.6% according to TNWR statistics. This includes ALL hunters, even the ones that missed or wounded a bear, or left early (most outfitters remove these from their statistics). Our camps in this Concession are

bombshelter style tents with propane heaters and cook stoves. Small Inflatables with motors are used to facilitate travel around the shorelines of the bigger lakes and some streams. A true float hunt is a very exciting and successful method of hunting, and commonly includes some world-class fishing. A typical day’s hunt is boating and/or hiking to a small hill or vantage point and glassing until the desired game is spotted or waiting for a bear along a brush chocked stream watching thousands of spawning salmon. In some areas it is possible to set up a lakeshore camp near spawning red salmon and hunt the bears that come out in the mornings and evenings to feed. This is especially helpful for the hunter who is unable to do much hiking. The TNWR offers some of the best fishing in Bristol Bay, the premier place on the planet to catch salmon,rainbows, and many other species of fish. Or hunt 2×1 for $18,000
Alternative Payment Option: $14,000 + $5,500 Trophy Fee

Moose Hunting in this area is by Drawing Tag Only (Drawing MOOSE: He will also have four moose hunters on a draw tag in the Togiak Refuge. Sept 2017. The draw odds for 2015 year were 67%. If you want to get a big moose, these are very large moose. As a client you will want to put into the draw. $500 refundable deposit until you draw (high odds). $95 ADF&G application fee. You need to apply 9 months in advance- Meaning December of the year prior to the hunt.
Then once you actually draw we will take a deposit of 50%. This just opened for nonresidents 2 years ago and over 50% of the moose taken by the drop off hunters have been B&C class moose. Imagine what you can do with a guide! The air taxi was bringing in a 69″ and a 74″ when this outfitter got there in 2015 to guide bears. This area has never been guided for moose. $19,500. is the price now. You can add a brown bear on a trophy fee basis!

10 Days, September 5-15 Only — One Moose is included in full price hunt

Togiak National Wildlife Refuge Wilderness Moose Hunt $19,500 (1×1)
Alternative Payment Option: $15,500 + $5,500 Trophy Fee application due Dec. 15)

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Air Taxi Fee $1500 (Actual air taxi cost are approximately $2500 per person but the hunter is
only responsible for $1500 of this cost.)

Not Included: Transportation from Anchorage to Dillingham, AK
This Southwest Alaska (Bristol Bay) hunting area is an Exclusive Use Concession for this Outfitter, conssting of about 2 million acreslocated in the Togiak National Wildlife Refuge Wilderness (TNWR). The area is 140 miles long! Stretching from the heart of the Killbuck Mountains to the extreme Southwest corner of Greater Alaska.

This is possibly the most diverse Concession in all of Alaska and about 2/3 of it is fantastic moose habitat. The northern portion of the area is dominated by jagged mountains and crystal blue lakes teeming with Bristol Bay Salmon and many species of native fish. The mountains are separated by wide valleys of open tundra with ribbons of salmon streams flanked by ancient Cottonwood trees and short alder brush. This sections is almost a carbon copy of the more mountainous areas of Kodiak Island’s West end. The central portion of the Concession is a vast, 20 mile wide valley flanked by mountains on both sides with hundreds of small lakes and salmon choked streams. The southwestern portion of the Concession is a smaller version of the Alaska Peninsula changing from brush covered mountains in the east to barren tundra to an Aleutian climate farther west and is the extreme Western Range of the Alaska-Yukon Moose. Moose migrated into this area in the early 1980’s and took off. They are nearing their carrying capacity and a hunting season opened to nonresidents for the first time in 2014. This area has never been outfitted for moose and we are allowed only 4 hunters as the exclusive outfitter. The moose of the area are true Giants. Great habitat and the expanding range phenomena have created moose of exceptional size and reproductive vitality. The twinning rates and 10- month old calf weights are higher than ever recorded in moose anywhere on Earth. Large bulls of more than 70” have been killed annually by local hunters, many with unique antler features. Coastal Brown Bears may be taken on a trophy fee basis with large boars ranging from 8.5’ to over 9.5’; skull sizes of large boars range from 25-28”.

Camps in this Concession are bombshelter-style tents with propane heaters and also with cook stoves. Small Inflatable’s with motors are used to facilitate travel around the shorelines of the bigger
lakes and some streams. A typical day’s hunt is boating and/or hiking to a vantage point and glassing until the desired game is spotted followed by a stalk or attempt to call the moose close enough for a shot. These hunts are likely to be moderately strenuous. The ground is uneven and very brushy in places and getting a good vantage point may require climbing steep slopes. When a moose is taken, your guide and packer will likely spend at least one day packing 1000 pounds of meat and trophy antlers to the take out location. Your help is great appreciated but not required. The TNWR also offers some of the best fishing in Bristol Bay, the premier place on the planet to catch salmon, rainbows, and many other species of fish.

 

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