Michigan

73-year-old great-grandmother shoots Michigan black bear after getting hunting license

FRANKENLUST TOWNSHIP, Mich. (AP) — A 73-year-old great-grandmother traveled this month to Michigan’s Upper Peninsula where she bagged a 220-pound black bear.

The Bay City Times reports that 73-year-old Karen Kuch of Frankenlust Township shot the bear with a Ruger 44 Magnum rifle on Sept. 10 on property north of Newberry in Luce County. She got a state bear hunting license through a lottery system after trying for the past seven years.

She says it was “the hunt of a lifetime” and was thrilled to get it on her first bear hunt. Her son-in-law, Steve VandeMark, joined her in the hunt with Jimmy Gretzinger of Michigan Out of Doors Television. Gretzinger filmed it for a future show.

Kuch has 11 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren.

Related posts

Thursday Traffic Update: Main St. in Mishawaka restricted from First Street to Mishawaka Ave.

95.3 MNC

At least 15 Indiana cases listed on Southern Baptist Convention’s child sex abuse database

Network Indiana

International Bridge opening marks end of $8.9 million toll plaza project

95.3 MNC