Wikipedia says that, “The biggest wild American black bear ever recorded was a male from New Brunswick, shot in November 1972, that weighed 902 lb after it had been dressed, meaning it weighed an estimated 1,100 lb in life, and measured (7.9 ft long.).” And they’re all over.
What was the largest black bear ever killed?
700-pound black bear shot in New Jersey sets world record
- A 700-pound bear shot in New Jersey, pictured, has set a new world record as the largest black bear ever killed with a bow and arrow in North America. ( …
- The bear, pictured, was shot on Oct.
What is the largest black bear killed in North America?
A 700-pound black bear killed by bow on private land in Morris County, N.J., has set a world record for North American black bear, besting the mark set in 1993, according to a national organization.
What is the PA state record black bear?
The largest bear was a 733-pound (actual live weight) male taken in Dunbar Township, Fayette County. That bear is presently ranked, according to skull measurements using the Boone & Crockett scoring method, as the largest bear taken by a hunter in Pennsylvania.
How fast can a bear run?
How many bears were killed in PA?
Bears were killed in 59 of 67 Pennsylvania’s counties and 22 of the 23 Wildlife Management Units. Potter County led the way with 188 bears. Lycoming and Tioga counties followed with 185 and 184, respectively, helping the Northcentral Region register 1,305 bears in 2020.
What is the largest black bear killed in PA?
The largest animal was an 813-pound male killed in Monroe County. The heaviest bear on record was an 875-pound animal killed in Pike County. Lycoming County recorded 284 bears killed followed by Clinton and Tioga counties, both with 267.