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    Was able to connect on a remarkable 67 inch Moose this Sept. Called in many more close to this size.
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    Not much ground shrink was there : great moose .
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    Come on, lets here more about the hunt!!

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    Congrats! Bull is incredible
    However, hunt report sucks
    I agree with Steve, I want to hear more! And if you want to PM me GPS coordinates that would be OK too
    Seriously, beautiful critter & congrats.
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    Ya, great moose man. You know what they say, every pic should come with a 1000 word story....
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    Beautiful bull - congrats! Love the long tines...

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    Nice!.....
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    I can smell that bull from here! Wow. I think we are still waiting for a bit more?????
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steveo View Post
    Was able to connect on a remarkable 67 inch Moose this Sept. Called in many more close to this size.
    They're all pretty impressive when they get above that 60" mark. Even some high 50s bulls with lots of mass can be pretty amazing. What I always like to know tho is what part of the country some of these bulls come from.....
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    Nice bull sir...congratulations.

    Quote Originally Posted by 4merguide View Post
    What I always like to know tho is what part of the country some of these bulls come from.....
    4mer, looking at the ground and the use of the term "DIY"...I'm putting this picture for sure out in western AK (maybe NW), but I'm going to go all in and say it was from the YK region...what's your bet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doc View Post
    Nice bull sir...congratulations.


    4mer, looking at the ground and the use of the term "DIY"...I'm putting this picture for sure out in western AK (maybe NW), but I'm going to go all in and say it was from the YK region...what's your bet?
    I wouldn't doubt it is from the YK as that's a pretty popular area. But I've seen some of that kind of country over in the Mulchatna drainage too where I used to guide. Hard for me to tell from that pic that's for sure....
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    Saw this on another forum. Think he used Papa Bear Adventures so might have been in 18?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4merguide View Post
    They're all pretty impressive when they get above that 60" mark. Even some high 50s bulls with lots of mass can be pretty amazing. What I always like to know tho is what part of the country some of these bulls come from.....
    Great topic for a new hunting thread! I'm going to trot out right now and set that up!

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