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    Default Nutzotin Sheep

    If you happend to have killed a sheep in a drainage on the western side of the Nutzotins in the past few years then I may have found your bloody arrow. Hiking up a rock slide I literaly tripped over a bloody Easton arrow. Kind of cool to see.
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    Agreed. Tough to find something like that. I always say that no matter where you go in AK, someone's been there already. Just hope they haven't made too much of a mess!

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    Default elves and hidden stuff.

    A guy we met found an old arrow on the north slope sticking out of the tundra. It still had the id on the vanes as required several years back. I found a FOB laying all by itself out there. A buddy found a glove. Actually we knew whose that was. Also found garbage about everywhere we turned. Did what we could there bit by bit.
    I bet in all cases the owner looked and couldn't find it (except for the garbage). Then other people walk through and the item pops up. I wonder if there is any truth to the rumors about elves or such "borrowing" items for a while and then putting them back.

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    I've found several arrows on the north slope, mostly along the river banks or slightly off of them. Most recent was an arrow that matched my set up, just a different type of broadhead. That'll be a good goose arrow in a week or so.

    Hopefully there was a good story attached to the arrow you found.

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    I never located my arrow after I killed a caribou south of Coldfoot in 2004. I lost the arrow under the snow after it passed through..but I did see it pass through. I did GPS the spot and I'll be looking for it again here in a couple weeks since I drew a moose permit in the same area It'll be pretty cool if I find it...I'd love to hand it on the 'Bou rack in my shop.
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    i picked it up, wondered about the story behind it and put it back as close to where i found it.
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