Is this one a keeper

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Anaconda

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What brand of coffee can do you use ?
By the way,...BANG, he looks like a keeper to me
 

REDBEARD

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nice bull!

he's a keeper....

with a bow at 30 yards....NO SHOT YET...to many branches in the way...to much to go wrong

with a rifle at 30 yards.....CLEAN OUT THE FREEZER!!

REDBEARD
 

Reggae

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the guides in Newfoundland used a soup can and shoe string. Seemed to work almost as well as the coffee!
 

roper

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hmmmm... pic could be bad angle... but it looks like he has small or no shovels out front.... i think i`d pass...unless it the only one i`v seen... nice pic though

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Tobey

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I called this moose out to one of my bear hunters last fall.He wanted a close up Picture
Redbeard I will give the string one more pull and you will have your shot
LOL Roper If your hunting moose in Maine you don't want to spend a lot of time looking for large front shovels!!! We don't have menny.And If your lucky you mite get another chance in 15 or 20 years

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We having fun yet//Tobey
 
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bcat

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Great Picture and great calling skills Tobey!!!!!Personally i would let him lick the milk off his lips first!!!!
I passed up several like that hunting for a 45 incher two years ago, and ended up killing one just a little bigger than that one in the pic. They never get big when ya kill the little ones. A couple more years and he would be a keeper. bcat

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George P

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I bet that one in the pic is close to 45 Bcat. If you are hunting in Maine or N.H. and pass up moose like this I would say you would have a good chance of going home empty handed. What do you think Tobey and bearbaiter?
 

DKO

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I have one bonus point and my application is in for this year and if that guy comes by and gives me a shot than you bet hes commin home with me!!! he might not be the biggest in the maine woods but a very respectable bull to say the least GOOD JOB Tobey!!! ive been waiting five years now for a tag!!!!! maybe one day!!

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Tobey

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Bcat
This Picture is a bad angle!!!! This moose is a Minimum 45" probably closer to 50" And the palms are at least 12"!!!
I got drown in 1982 and shot a Bull with a 48" spread.If I ever get drown again I will shoot one that's edible (one with milk still on its lips) And No Bones On his head.

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We having fun yet//Tobey


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bcat

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Pictures can be decieving!!!!
It must be a Canadian type moose if it is near 50 inches. Was just heckling ya a little Tobey, getting closer to being even!!!
Its a nice moose and I agree a cow is much better eating!!!!! As hard as it is to get a tag there I would probably shoot it to be honest with ya, even if it did have milk on its lips!!
bcat
 
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