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    This guy looks to be just a little tired, guess the old girls must have wore him out. Looks to be in pretty good shape, hopefully he doesn't get hit by a truck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AkHunter45 View Post
    This guy looks to be just a little tired, guess the old girls must have wore him out. Looks to be in pretty good shape, hopefully he doesn't get hit by a truck.
    Tudor/Boniface area?
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    Off of Boniface.

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    make sure you tell him to watch out for frying pans.. and pit bulls

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    Default Just for info purposes

    How big is his rack do ya think? I always try to practice when i see good pics
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    53... 54

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    Tossed the graph paper up to it and it looks like ~58" to me going by the 10" accross the eyes estimate.

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    Default needs to head

    back into Ship creek drainage. would like to see him with my buddy and his permit!

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    i would guess 57-59" range.

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    One of my buddy's shot a 54" bull this fall and this one is quite a bit bigger than that, my guess would be somewhere between 60-62"s.

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    This is the same bull I posted here.....just different angle.


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    My pics are better........

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    Hey, I'll give ya that. But I didn't take this photo...!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Huntress View Post
    This is the same bull I posted here.....just different angle.


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    My pics are better........
    Quote Originally Posted by Huntress View Post
    Hey, I'll give ya that. But I didn't take this photo...!


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    During the seasons, we spend so much time in the field looking for the "legal" ones. Here's one who was chased off with a frying pan by my father in law in the middle of Anchorage!
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    At least it would be an easy recovery

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    Saw the same moose today, the pics do not do this moose justice. My guess is 59-60" he was heading towards the northway sam's club





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    Smile Nice Moose

    Either way that is a really nice looking moose.
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    nice moose!

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    That is a nice looking critter! Thanks for the pic's.
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    Default another one!!

    this is a tudor boniface bull also. couple days ago. not the same one as you guys got but still would be good eatin!
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