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KentuckyTJ
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Awesome!

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Keith Zimmerman
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Great story. Right to the point. Great pics! Congrats!!
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Jayrod
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verynice bull thats on my to do list one of these days i think it would be a blast!!!

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Cyclic-Rivers
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I would love to kill a moose someday! ongrats on your Bull Sir!

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SheltonCreeker
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Awesome. Congrats. Glad you got to share that experience with your father.

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Mike Hames
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Fantastic! A moose hunt with my selfbow, arrows I make and stone points is on my bucket list. Might have to do it in the US but I'm going to hunt one sometime, somewhere.
That is a great rack and congratulations on the shot . It is great you can take your Dad with you to hang with you on trips like that.
Congratulations again.
Mike

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Sheepshooter
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Thanks for all the congrats! I think the real trophy on a moose is the meat. I think it's the best of the venisons.
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PA Bones
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Congratulations on a great bull and excellent shot.
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Altiman94
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That is a really nice bull! Just curious, how much meat did you end up with?

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Richie
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awesome [clapper]

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Sheepshooter
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I cut and wrap all my own meat and I don't weigh it but I'm guessing there would be over 300 lbs of boneless, sinewless meat in my freezer. Our moose here aren't nearly as big as Yukon/Alaska moose or even as big as moose further north in Alberta.
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Rathbuck
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Congrats on an awesome hunt and a beautiful trophy!!!!

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[Not Worthy] [clapper] Great story!! Many of us would love to go moose hunting some day. If you would share your set up with us. That will give us an idea what it takes to get the job done on a moose.
Bill

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Sheepshooter
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Sure. I shoot a 55lb ( at my draw ) Cari-bow take-down recurve. My arrows are 628 grain Patriot Missles tipped with 300 grain 3 blade VPA broadheads with a 100 grain brass insert. On this bull I got about 20 inches of penetration which was enough for two holes. Last year I was using the same setup with 250 grain broadheads for an arrow weight of 587 grains. I shot a slightly smaller bull at about 15 yards and got a complete pass through.
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Thank you, sir.

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