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Thread: Who can measure a moose rack near Soldotna?

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    Default Who can measure a moose rack near Soldotna?

    I harvested a pretty nice bull 2 years ago. Most likely the best that I'll ever take since I take the first legal bull that I see. My brother keeps bugging me to get it scored. Anyone know who can do this in Soldotna area? Thanks.

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    Name: Ted Spraker
    Phone: (907)262-9592
    City: Soldotna, AK
    Email: tedspraker@gmail.com

    Name: Larry Lewis
    Phone: (907)262-9368
    City: Kasilof, AK
    Email: larry.lewis@alaska.gov

    Name: Don Nickel
    Phone: (907)283-4183
    City: Kenai, AK
    Email: dnickel@acsalaska.net
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    thanks RH I'll give them a call.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Casper50 View Post
    I harvested a pretty nice bull 2 years ago. Most likely the best that I'll ever take since I take the first legal bull that I see. My brother keeps bugging me to get it scored. Anyone know who can do this in Soldotna area? Thanks.
    Did you get him on the Kenai...???
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    north of Fairbanks

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    Ted was nice enough to score the rack this morning. 213 6/8ths. Thanks for the help.

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    Must a moose score >225 inches to make B&C book if the moose was killed using a rifle? I cannot seem to find this info on-line...

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    210 for the awards book and 224 for the B&C for Alaska/Yukon moose

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    Dandy bull!
    Vance in AK.

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    How wide is it?

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    green it was 64" now 18 months later 62 5/8"

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    any bull that scores above 200'' is a great bull congrats...
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    Thanks. Just luck of the draw as I shoot the first legal bull that I see. I'm a meat hunter.

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    That's a great rack. Awesome. Do you have any pics of the whole moose? I assume it was fairly large. How much meat did you get from him?

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    It was pouring rain. We didn't take very many whole moose photos. Meat wise was just like any of the other bulls that are over 3 years old.

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    Thanks. Nice moose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vance in AK View Post
    Dandy bull!
    Dandy rifle too!
    Wish we could still get moose like that down here.

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    It's a 1913 W.J. Jeffery Mauser in .404 Jeffery with bolt peep. My favorite rifle at the moment. Although I have a 1893 Steyr Mannlicher in .375 Nitro Express Flanged 2 1/2" with bolt peep waiting for import permits.

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    Sayak when I took this moose in to the processor in Kasilof there was a guy there with a 74" bull taken near Homer. They are still here.

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