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We've been working out for months. Three miles with pack and boots every morning. Gear is finally in place and ready to pack. Bows and arrows about tuned. This year is special in that Jason is going again and bringing his brother in law, Tyler. Jason has been on wilderness hunts his whole life but this is Tyler's first. I get texts and calls everyday with questions and his excitement is very contagious. Going to be fun for sure.
Jason, Tyler and I fly out of DFW on the 9th of Sept. and into camp on the 14th. John had a schedule conflict so he will be coming into camp on the 17th. Let's say he will owe us for setting camp, cutting wood, packing water etc. but I know he'd rather be with us those first few days. We are going to try our darnedest to have a moose down before he arrives.
Best of luck Mike! My buddy and I will be taking off for Alberta on Oct 1 for a 6 day moose hunt with Bowhunting Safari Outfitters. Can't wait! Weather permitting, there should be plenty of activity during the rut this year!
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With less then 4 weeks to go, Jason and I are starting to get the meals prepared and dehydrated for our moose hunt in Alaska. Yesterday we prepared Jambalaya and I just put it in the dehydrator. It will be ready to vacuum pack in the morning.
Got 4 pounds of moose burger with onions, peppers, garlic and seasoning going now. Will finish it today and stick it in the frig. Will dehydrate tomorrow. This will be used in combo with partial cook meals with pasta or rice and stuff. four pounds equals two more meals.