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    Default Sag river find-intact caribou rack

    Found along Sag in brush upstream from PS 2, some velvet intact but probably 1 year old.
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    Cool find! My dad wanted to pack out a bunch of antlers from the brooks. It was just too far to carry them. I found a really cool moose shed one time that had 9 brow tines. Brought it home and figured Id get it carved one day or something. Its still in the garage.

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    Wow, great looking rack for up there! I've found from seeing thousands of those up there that you have a hard time finding a 'bou with decent tops/palmation let alone a decent set of bez on him. You put a tape on it? Be interested to know a score...

    Thanks for sharing, man!

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    Default Good shape to!

    Wow doesn't look like the mice even touched that one yet. I found one a bit smaller than that last year but the mice had tore the tops up. Either way it will look fantastic in a brown bear habitat mount!
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    Default Found this one last year

    I found this one last year along Toolik River by Slope Mountain whole skeleton was there in a thicket of brush approx 3 miles from road. I looked for an arrow but didnt find one.
    made for a nice outside decoration
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    few spots chewed on by mice being out on island that gets flooded yearly mouse population is probably low???? i was suprised it was not destroyed.

    have not taped it but will and post it ......probably not real soon thou

    i was stalking other bou so did not take time to look for arrow and never made it back there to check.
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