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A few more Moose Picture's

Muledeer4me

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# one is me working on deboning and cleaning off meat.
# Two is my son Bill with Steve helping him with his pack frame.
# Three is Bill almost ready to take a pack out to the truck.
I stayed at the kill site helping Bill skin, quarter and debone the moose while Steve made packs out .
 

Muledeer4me

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Spotted Owl, I thought a (re-created version )might be better to post,I left out the chainsaw and ATV ;) ;)
Note to any would be butt chewer's--------Thats a joke no chainsaws or ATV were used.
If my butt got smaller for everytime I posted and it got chewed on I would be the woman in my dreams by now .

They are huge for sure, but we all agree that it's the cutting and wrapping that is the hardest part.
It cost me a week in bed after that trip,but I would do it all over again in a heart beat.
I was hoping to make it through an Elk hunt but I think I better stop with my deer.
 

SPOTTED OWL

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Debbie,

I am going on a late permit whitetail hunt in mid Nov up near Tonnasket. When I take the snap shots,
I'll make sure I have the whole deer draped over the atv right next to the USFS wilderness sign in the background. :D
 
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