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    Was gone 10 days my buddies 61 with 7x5 brow tines and my gfs 66. Not too shabby for her first moose.
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    Sorry i don't know why it's upside down
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    Nice meeting you guys in Ruby. Great bulls too. Congrats.

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    You too Jeff

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    Nice moose! I flipped them right-side-up for you:

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    Impressive bulls

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    Very Nice!

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    Where are the pictures of the girlfriend?
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    Two nice bulls - congrats!!!

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    I missed the long ride this year... Congrats on a safe trip and a couple great Bulls.
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    Thanks troutnut, I'm not very computer savy. I got a bunch of pics on the camera with the ol lady in them. Shot on the 15th. He was coming in hot, strutting his stuff, 50 yds. 3006 150ttsx. She did good, I shimmied her up a tree and was skeptical how'd she do, but she surprised me!

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    Great job guys! Man, I love that area and hunt. I'm guessing by the looks of it, you didn't have much of an issue with the bugs this year.

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    Congrats! I'd love to take that trip one year. Dang fine bulls you got there!

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    Super nice moose. But I'm always wondering why more people don't smile in hunting pictures? I'm smiling for 10 days afterwards.
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    Is it a draw hunt out that way? I am not familiar with west of Tanana. My hunting buddy and I been thinking about running out that way next year.

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    You have to draw in order to retain trophy value, otherwise it's a subsistance hunt and you have to cut the palm. As applies to residents, all non-res have to draw.

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    Ahhh, ok. got it. Will maybe take a look at the regs come drawing time.

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    Very Nice congrats
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    Great job, hunt/trapak88 and company. Those are some fine looking racks! Give us the whole story when you've got time to plink it out on your keyboard! You've got a lot of great years ahead of you to make some history. Keep up the good work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AK Troutbum View Post
    Great job guys! Man, I love that area and hunt. I'm guessing by the looks of it, you didn't have much of an issue with the bugs this year.

    Nope, no bug problems at all. Started snowing on the 18th, and was a couple decent white outs the next couple days.

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