Alaska State Troopers say Anthony Lindoff, 36, of Juneau and Josh Dybdahl, 30, of Hoonah were deer hunting on the island, which sits just southwest of Hoonah. "As they approached a spot near some brush to prepare to call for deer they heard a 'whoof', and then a brown bear emerged from the brush charging at them." The bear, a sow with two cubs, pinned Dybdahl on the ground and began attacking him. Lindoff was able to get his rifle out of his pack and fatally shoot the bear, according to Troopers.
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