An Alaska hunter killed a nearly 9-foot-tall grizzly bear last year that was officially named on Friday the largest ever bagged.
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Larry Fitzgerald, 35, was out hunting with friends near Fairbanks when they spotted the behemoth and tracked it for three hours before Fitzgerald took it down with a single shot to the neck from 20 yards.
‘We knew it was big,’ he said. ‘It was a rush.’
Shockingly, the group of hunters weren’t even out looking for bears, much less trophy-winning bears, when they spotted the monster.
They were searching for moose.