‘I was jabbing her with an arrow,’ recalls Sask. hunter dragged from tree by mother bear

Jeff Haydukewich took this photo of the mother bear from his ultimately precarious perch in a tree stand. (submitted by Jeff Haydukewich)

By CBC News, September 8, 2017 

Jeff Haydukewich was hunting elk by bow and arrow when he encountered bear with 3 cubs

Two thoughts ran through Jeff Haydukewich’s mind Monday evening as he seized one of his arrows and repeatedly stabbed a protective mother bear that had him cornered in a spruce tree.

The first was of his own children; the second, survival.

“This bitch isn’t going to take me right now,” Haydukewich remembers thinking. “Not like this.”

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