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Thread: Kid got her moose draw and now kid has her moose.

  1. #31
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    Re: Kid got her moose draw and now kid has her moose.

    Quote Originally Posted by oddsix View Post
    No intention of hijacking this thread but I have a genuine question. Would that be considered a legal spike fork as per definition of "no more than two tines on one side"?
    Its extremely close to a Fork, but too close for me to call.
    Having the limited entry is the comfort zone.
    I have seen a minimal of moose threads this year, might add elk and deer to the list.
    Early youth season produced some deer, but it appears this was a soft year in comparison to previous years.
    Others feel the same?
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  2. #32
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    Re: Kid got her moose draw and now kid has her moose.

    Congrats young lady! That's a great moose!

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    Re: Kid got her moose draw and now kid has her moose.

    Great looking moose, nice shooting.
    Firearms and fishing rods, my idea of a good time!

  4. #34
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    Re: Kid got her moose draw and now kid has her moose.

    Thanks for sharing Blaine
    Bout time Candice starts an account for all of her adventures.

    Guy

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    Re: Kid got her moose draw and now kid has her moose.

    Congratulations!! That's a beautiful moose.
    Well done.
    kenny
    I love it when the seasons change.
    Fishing to Hunting.

  6. #36
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    Re: Kid got her moose draw and now kid has her moose.

    Good on you Blainer for mentoring an awesome young hunter. And, like you say, you get phone tech support too.

    Great post. I really enjoy the posts with the young hunters getting it done.

    I think it might be a legal spike fork but nice you didn't have to make that call in the field.
    Raise your children and spoil your grandchildren or spoil your children and raise your grandchildren.

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