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    Well,
    I spent 2 straight weeks bow hunting on Eielson and Fort Wainwright with no luck. I would have taken more time off to hunt, but for those military and retired military, you know what its like when your shop won't let you take leave. About a week ago I saw a nice 30" bull (nice by my standards) but he was 40 yards in a field next to our firing range on base. Yeah, it's off limits to hunting. He laid down about 100 yards off the road and gave me the hoof. Anyway,
    I was hoping some of the experienced fairbanksans or Alaskans who know the area up here, might be able to point an Airman in the right direction to continue his moose endeavor.
    I got a grizz tag in hopes of seeing one on Wainwright like I did last year, but no luck so far. I leave Alaska next year for Europe and would like to take a part of Alaska with me besides frost bit toes. If anyone has some advice for me, I would appreciate it. Thanks

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