Wife And I Harvest An Alaskan Trophy Moose

Wife And I Harvest An Alaskan Trophy Moose

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Connie and I head out on a two and a half week moose hunt into very remote Alaskan wilderness. We traveled by boat literally more than several hundred miles and checked out seven different rivers and creeks. The day before the moose season closed, we were blessed to harvest a trophy class bull moose. We were not after a trophy and in fact would have been pleased with a forty inch rack moose. We were meat hunting to fill our freezer for the winter and hopefully enough meat to share with friends and relatives. What we ended up with was a sixty two inch trophy class bull. Come along with us on this great Alaskan moose hunting adventure.

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