In ancient times, when our world was still young, the
North American continent split apart spewing molten lava across the
land scorching and burning everything in its path. Torn from the heart
of this violent world massive blocks and domes were tectonically
up-thrusted creating a vast wilderness within a massive inland sea.
During the retreat of the last glacial ice age primitive man hunted the
prehistoric beast that roamed the wasteland and ruled the dark forest
of the North.
Since the beginning of civilization warriors and noblemen have
challenged their skills and bravery by doing battle with Russian Boars.
From the rugged mountain peaks to the dark cedar forest
sportsmen throughout time have proven their courage and true heart
through mortal combat with these ferocious beasts.
Within the ancient halls of the Mountain Kings great feasts of wild
boar filled the bellies and warmed the souls of these noble sportsmen.
As true champions of the hunt, these warriors ruled supreme bringing
civilization to all mankind.
In modern times sportsmen are traveling from the civilized
parts of the world to hunt the beast of the great northern forest in
what is now Michigan’s most wild and rugged Upper Peninsula.
This vast wilderness has a hidden secret known only to a
small percentage of the population... it holds Michigan’s most
dangerous game animal... right here at Bear Mountain.
Contained within the bedrock ridges of our upland hardwoods and the
massive cedar swamps within the great forest is your Dangerous
Game Hunt. It's waiting for those who have courage & are of stout
enough heart to do battle with the Savage Beast.
The Russian Boar is a worthy adversary and an excellent meal suitable
for the table of a King. Hunt the beast, slay your trophy boar and fill
your larder with sweet honey smoked hams. Then, and only then,
will you truly know the Sport of Kings.