A Pennsylvania hunter killed a 600-pound black bear – one of the largest ripped during the nation’s hunting season.

Bo Bowser, 25, who has been attempting to kill a call for 13 decades, explained that the bear was ‘down by a creek’ when he snuck up on him.

‘I would have obtained a little one for the first one, however I can’t complain about a 600-pounder, ”’ Bowser told CBS Pittsburgh.  

Bo Bowser(left), 25, ripped one of the largest bears killed during Pennsylvania’s hunting season

Pictures of the seven-foot-tall man black stand show it onto its belly as Bowser (left and right) introduces alongside it

Pictures of the seven-foot-tall man black stand show it onto its gut as Bowser presents alongside it.  

Bowser said that it took four shots to choose the stand down. ‘If we had shot him anyplace deep in the forests, we wouldn’t have been able to catch him outside,’ Bowser told that the channel.  

So as to find the bear residence, Bowser said they floated the creature across the creek into the ATV and called his dad to assist.    

Bowser said it took approximately 45 minutes for five men to haul it 15 yards.  

He said he gave the meat into a number of his friends, but he is still contemplating about whether or not to find the stay mounted.  

The bear is currently at a taxidermist. If Bowser made it mounted, then it could cost around $3,000.    

According to the Game Commission, the largest bear killed this hunting season came out of Venango County at 700 lbs.

Bowser (left), who has been attempting to kill a call for 13 decades, explained that the bear was ‘down by a creek’ when he snuck up on him. It took four shots to choose the stand down. He’s pictured right after murdering a buck   

Bowser said it took approximately 45 minutes for five men to haul the keep 15 yards. He said he gave the meat into a number of his friends, but he is still contemplating about Whether to Find the bear (pictured) mounted