Hunter Rick Sajko of Valrico talks about how he killed one of the two black bears in the bed of his pickup truck at Rock Springs Run Wildlife Management Area near Lake Mary on Saturday. Sajko said he had been waiting “20 some-odd years” to be able to kill a bear in Florida.
Hunter Rick Sajko of Valrico talks about how he killed one of the two black bears in the bed of his pickup truck at Rock Springs Run Wildlife Management Area near Lake Mary on Saturday. Sajko said he had been waiting “20 some-odd years” to be able to kill a bear in Florida. LUIS SANTANA Tampa Bay Times
Hunter Rick Sajko of Valrico talks about how he killed one of the two black bears in the bed of his pickup truck at Rock Springs Run Wildlife Management Area near Lake Mary on Saturday. Sajko said he had been waiting “20 some-odd years” to be able to kill a bear in Florida. LUIS SANTANA Tampa Bay Times

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