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Thread: Canoeing in beaver ponds for moose

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    Default Canoeing in beaver ponds for moose

    I know someone has tried this, just seeing how it went for you before I try it this weekend.

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    Sound like a good idea IF moose come to the beaver dam to drink or feed. Scouting the bank for moose sign would be a good start. Remember just because you see moose sign does not mean they will come back or be there in the day time. The last couple of years I heard of several moose taken by hunters the got moose by just being out there, bottom line you will never get a moose by thinking about it.

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    You mean you can't wish them into your freezer...???
    Sheep hunting...... the pain goes away, but the stupidity remains...!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4merguide View Post
    You mean you can't wish them into your freezer...???
    It worked for me /shrug

    "Whoever said the pen is mightier than the sword obviously never encountered automatic weapons."

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    Quote Originally Posted by H20Dogg View Post
    I know someone has tried this, just seeing how it went for you before I try it this weekend.

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    I used to hunt moose using a canoe in a dammed up slough when I lived in North Pole (80's & 90's). The canoe was more of a means to get further back from the road than anything else. If I still lived there, I'd still be hunting the same way (hint hint)!!!

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    Personally....I think canoeing into any possible moose area is a great way to go....
    Sheep hunting...... the pain goes away, but the stupidity remains...!!!

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    Thanks Guys! Im gonna do it Ill leave the wheeler at home this time. Too many people on trails anyways.

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