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Graduation Gift: Canadian Hunting Excursion

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The Great Rockies Sportshow wrapped up at Metrapark on Sunday.

Organizers said they had nearly 150 vendors, including people from Alaska, New Zealand, and even Africa.

One vendor came in drove in from Canada.

Frontier Bay Outfitters Incorporated Owner, Sherry McCrea, said she takes people out to hunt for bears in May and June.

McCrea also said the trips are popular graduation gifts for sons.

"They can drive right to the camp, and we'll take them out. We have baits at tree stands or ground blinds, and people can come and sit out there and hunt and watch a bears come in," said McCrea.

McCrea also said their campground is 12 hours away, and runs $3,050 per person.

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