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    <h1 class="text-left"> Fred Bear</h1>
    <h1 class="text-center">Fred Bear</h1>
    <h1 class="text-right">Fred Bear</h1>
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      <img src="" id="fbquote" class="img-responsive img-thumbnail center-block" width="638" height="300"
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    <h2 class="text-center">Known as the Father of bow hunting</h2>
    <h3 class="text-center">His lifelong passion for archery and archery hunting led to many accomplishments.</h3>
      <li>Born: March 5th, 1902 Waynesboro, Pennsylvania</li>
      <li>Moved to Michigan in 1923</li>
      <li>Founded Bear Archery Products in 1933</li>
      <li>Advocated for Michigan,s first archery only hunting season in 1937</li>
      <li>Was the Michigan State Archery Champion 1934, 1937, 1939</li>
      <li>Throughout 1930s and 1940s patented many archery products</li>
      <li>1940s began filming hunting adventures</li>
      <li>Moved to Grayling Michigan in 1947</li>
      <li>Harvested world record stone sheep in 1957</li>
      <li>Harvested world record brown bear in 1960</li>
      <li>Founded the Fred Bear museum in 1967, at that time (worlds largest collection of archery artifacts)</li>
      <li>1972 Inducted into the Archery Hall of Fame</li>
      <li>Died in Gainsville, Florida in 1988</li>
      <img src="" class="img-responsive img-thumbnail center-block" width="360" height="400" alt="Fred with bow& arrow">
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      &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;Fred Bear was undoubtedly one of the most influential people in the archery world. His influence helped prepetuate the existence and evolution of the archery & archery hunting industries as we know them today. Through his film
      making, authoring and mentoring he inspired thousands to take up the bow & arrow and become part of the brother & sisterhood of bow hunting. His message conveyed the code of ethics related to archery hunting and the profound reverence we as hunters
      hold of the natural world and the game animals that are pursued.
      Perhaps one of the best tributes to Fred Bear was a song done by long time rock & roll star Ted Nugent. There is a YouTube video that features the song and several Fred Bear photographs.&#x25BC; Just click on the YouTube button below.&#x25BC;
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      You can find out more about Fred Bear and Bear Archery, by simply doing a Google search of Fred Bear, or clicking on the following links.:
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      <a href="">Fred Bear - Wikipedia</a> &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
      <a href=""> <img src="" width="102" height="30" alt="bear archery"></a>




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