74" Alaskan-Yukon Moose

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  • wildone
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    Originally posted by jdb3 View Post
    We found a way to move large moose parts without breaking your back. Jim
    yep float em one at a time . Amen to that!

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  • jdb3
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    We found a way to move large moose parts without breaking your back. Jim
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  • PGK
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    The immy would be...three things result from a 1500lb moose: sore back, sore jaw, sore wallet

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  • 4merguide
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    Originally posted by PGK View Post
    4GB SD card is way lighter than a 1700lb moose
    But not quite as good eatin'.....

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  • cusackla
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    Originally posted by Alasken View Post
    Sign me up!

    Romo, are you the gentleman who hunts with the famous Fideaux? I've heard that dog can find more ducks than you can shake a stick at.
    Y'all spell cajun purdy good.
    Alasken,
    I thought you might have heard. But! Fideaux has passed on. It was a freak communication error between Fideaux and Plasee. It occured after Bodueax had to sell Fideaux to Plasee in order to cover his Betties medical bills. It was a tragic accident :-)

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  • PGK
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    "Where's my Nikon?" ... "Click" ... Off we go to find an immy!

    4GB SD card is way lighter than a 1700lb moose

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  • 4merguide
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    Originally posted by broncoformudv View Post
    LOL. PAcWest I am sure you would change your mind if given the opportunity.
    Yup....NOTHING like calling in a 70+ inch bull up close and personal. The bigger the better...!!!

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  • broncoformudv
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    Originally posted by PAcWest View Post
    Count me in the wuss department. I am afraid of anything that large.


    LOL. PAcWest I am sure you would change your mind if given the opportunity.

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  • PAcWest
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    Count me in the wuss department. I am afraid of anything that large.

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  • broncoformudv
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    Originally posted by PGK View Post
    People that want to shoot moose that size are sadists. My old man shot a 44" last year and it almost killed both of us. If I ever see a moose that big, I'm throwing my bullets away. I want nothing to do with packing out a moose that size!
    Wuss!! When you see one that size and let him go can you tie him to a tree and send me a 10 digit grid coordinate? I will be more than happy to get out to that bulls location and take care of him.

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  • PGK
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    People that want to shoot moose that size are sadists. My old man shot a 44" last year and it almost killed both of us. If I ever see a moose that big, I'm throwing my bullets away. I want nothing to do with packing out a moose that size!

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  • 4merguide
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    As far as character goes, I still like this one better.....

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  • Yukoner Ted
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    Originally posted by Romo View Post
    Here's a dandy bull!
    Yep, but it's actually a Yukon-Alaska moose! Was taken over here a few years ago.

    Ted

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  • KCald
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    Great bull he was an awsome bull

    Originally posted by Romo View Post
    Here's a dandy bull!
    he was even more impresive on the ground and the day he was shot he was a touch over 74 inches the horns off the skull weighed 102 lbs gross grean score was 256 inches and Jack if you read this all the brow beating in the world cant take that day away from us Cherish the moments take care Kirk

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  • Kenaimike
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    Greatest Spread (final after 60 day drying period) 72 4/8"
    Was going to say, no way that thing is 74".

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