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    Default All you need to know about Moose hunting...

    ...right here. That's it. Nothing more is required.

    rutting bulls sound like an obese man in a truck-stop bathroom, grunting with the effort of relieving himself. A deep, guttural moan with a sort of gasping crescendo


    I see an entrepreneur lurking at a Circle J in the midwest with a digital recorder. The splashing and plopping mimics a bull in water. A fortune is there to be made.

    your bullet hit the vacancy of gristle north of the shoulder blades


    O_o

    How to determine if the width is 50 inches or greater remains a mystery.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AK Ray View Post
    ...right here. That's it. Nothing more is required.

    rutting bulls sound like an obese man in a truck-stop bathroom, grunting with the effort of relieving himself. A deep, guttural moan with a sort of gasping crescendo


    I see an entrepreneur lurking at a Circle J in the midwest with a digital recorder. The splashing and plopping mimics a bull in water. A fortune is there to be made.

    your bullet hit the vacancy of gristle north of the shoulder blades


    O_o

    How to determine if the width is 50 inches or greater remains a mystery.
    I'll try and refind a video I watched recently. A client and a guide are set up on a moose to walk through a clearing. The guide tells him.."hit him in the shoulder"... the bullet hits high hump. He was close enough, I have to think that's where he aimed...wow. I get that moose can go a ways after a double lung shot.... but they ALWAYS die.

    Luckily(in very heavy brush), the hump shot moose runs to another momentary clear spot and gets double lunged. I winder what survival rate moose have getting hump shot. I know they can go several miles... I'd imagine most die eventually.

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    I am with you on the high lung shot. I watched a caribou get three rounds above the lungs and below the spine before the guy finally hit lower into the heart lung. No shoulder roasts on that critter.

    I just find the word use - prose - in that sentence to be so very odd.

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