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Discussion in 'Big Game Hunting' started by billNpam, Nov 26, 2007.
Check this out....How did they ever load it in the truck. 40 points 63 inches wide
what the heck are they feedin the goats up there?
that thing looks straight out of a horror flick.
My husband would absolutely love to bag something that huge!! Thanks for sharing! Sister Pat:big_smile:
Who in ther right mind would wanna pack it out o the woods that boy is huge.....shhhooooo-wwwwweeeee!!!!
right mind hec the real question is how
I was wondering the same thing!!! How in the heck DID they get it in the back of that truck?!?!?!?!?
Can you imagine drawing back on that one...:004: Talk about buck fever.
Awesome moose! Definetly take a big loader to get him in the truck. Wonder how they even moved him once he was down.Thanks for shareing the pic.
What a moose..... Congrats.
Holy cow! That is a monster! I would love to hear the story behind that one.
WOW just WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
What is the story? Where did he come from? Rifle or bow? I need more--more--MORE!!!!!oooh:
I have some friends in Maine that hunt Moose. When they kill one they go find the nearest lumber operation and pay them to pull it out to a dirt road with a skidder and load it from there with logging equipment.
I love moose. I have a huge moose picture on my wall and other moose decor. Thats a massive spread. Id be afraid transporting would break it. Talking about having meat..wheww! That moose makes that truck look more like a tonka toy.
My advice to any hunter encountering that would be RUN! LOL
I don't mean to highjack this thread, though I was e-mailed this moose the other day.
The moose in the photo is an Alaska-Yukon moose taken by Eric Arnette on September 5th. It was taken in the Kilbuck Mountains, which is 380 mileswest of Anchorage, AK.
The rack is approximately 75 inches wide, has about 36 countable points, and was unofficially scored by a person who is not an Official Measurer at around 264 points. In the near future it'llbe posted on the Boone and Crockett Club's web site on "Trophy Watch" where the official score will be announced once it is entered.
I have a set of large Moose hoofs my daughter sent me from Alaska.I sure wish I was able to get out and use them to leave a few tracks around at the hunting club.
Evil ain't it?
I love you Brothers and Sisters.peewee
That is one big moose. Something that size would be hard to fool with when you got it home. Thay must have shoot that moose on a road and not in the woods.
I know an ole boy that did that with emu feet for the turkey hunters you should have heard the stories:big_smile:
Thanks for sharing the pics of these giantic moose. Nothing like I have ever seen. Appreciated.
Those are huge. thanks for the pics