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Jason R. Wesbrock
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September 26, 2006. Northwest Ontario. Called in and shot from the ground, 10 yards broadside. Double lung, complete pass through. Homemade recurve, 520-grain carbon arrow, 2-blade Ace Standard broadhead.

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Brad Davis
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Great job Jason. Story?

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Mommy, where does bacon come from??
Well, a pig sweetheart.
Well how does a pig lay bacon??
Cassie 5

Daddy, what season is it?
Well, winter season honey.
No! What "hunting" season is it!!
Cassie 8

Kids, ya gotta love'um!

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kennym
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Way ta go Jason,homemade equip makes it that much sweeter!! [thumbsup] [thumbsup] [thumbsup] But what ya gonna do for meat this winter? [Big Grin]

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Stay sharp, Kenny.

https://www.kennysarchery.com/

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Danny Rowan
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Great Job Jason. I hope to do that one of these days.

Danny

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"When shooting instinctivly,it matters not which eye is dominant"

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Guru
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Just awesome bud!!! I'd love a chance at a moose someday...congrats again bro

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"I love you Daddy".......My son Cade while stump shooting 3/19/06

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TexMex
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Awesome job, Congrats!!
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bohuntr
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Way to go Jason!!! Is this something we may be reading about in TBM in the future? I hope so! I have always enjoyed your articles and I am looking forward to more of the same in the future. A moose is way up there on my wish list but there is always the money obstacle. Glad you had such a good experience! Dan

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To me, the ultimate challenge in bowhunting is not how far away you can succesfully make a killing shot but rather how close you can get to the animal before shooting.

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mike hall
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Looks like your living right Jason. Congrats on a beauty!
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Arwin
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Great moose! I laugh when people tell me trad. gear won't kill anything big. They are missing out!

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Just one more step.....please!

Michigan Longbow Association

Some dude with a stick and string chasing things.

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Ryan Rothhaar
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What's the gap on a target the size of a half sheet of plywood at 10 yards????


HA!!!!!

Nice bull buddy.

R

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ratgunner
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Jeez,that outa fill yer freezer.

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Jeff Holchin
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Jason, in the great UBI tradition started by Dale Humphries and Moose John River bull, you must save and bring 1" thick moose steaks and cook them at the end-of-season hunt! Heck, I might even drive up for that meal. Congratulations!

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"He has also made me as a select arrow, He has hidden me in His quiver." - Isaiah 49:2

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Jason R. Wesbrock
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Jeff,

Were you at the EOS Hunt that year?

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BigRonHuntAlot
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Awesome and Congrats [thumbsup] [Not Worthy] [bigsmyl]

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The Moon Gave Us The Bow, The Sun Gave Us The Arrow

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Jeff Holchin
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Yep, Jason, I was there and can still taste those wonderful steaks that Dale cooked for us. I'm still a UBI member but haven't been able to participate much since moving to NC. I miss my UBI buddies and the midwest. That's a real nice bull that you killed.

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"He has also made me as a select arrow, He has hidden me in His quiver." - Isaiah 49:2

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