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    My new neighbor. Can I shoot him this fall?

    I’m thinking it’s a no. Too much palmation. Am I right or wrong?




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    Re: My new neighbor. Can I shoot him this fall?

    Read the definition in the regs,it all depends how far he is from home ..

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    I’ve read the definition. I think he’s got too much palm, but I’m not a moose expert, hence why I’m asking here.
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    Re: My new neighbor. Can I shoot him this fall?

    I wouldn’t shoot it, just to be safe. But I don’t see more than two tines on the left side…
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    Re: My new neighbor. Can I shoot him this fall?

    As is, it’s legal on the left side.

    if you can’t count three points or more on one side, then it’s legal. Pretty cut and dried, no grey area, no question.
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    Re: My new neighbor. Can I shoot him this fall?

    The picture quality is too poor to determine a little one inch point
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    Re: My new neighbor. Can I shoot him this fall?

    It’s still June. Nothing to be decided this month.
    Revisit in another month assuming you are trying to decide whether he meets a 2 pt criteria?

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    Re: My new neighbor. Can I shoot him this fall?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ambush View Post
    As is, it’s legal on the left side.

    if you can’t count three points or more on one side, then it’s legal. Pretty cut and dried, no grey area, no question.
    Perfect. Thanks. I think I spooked him in the fog late last season, and have seen his tracks a bunch, but this is the first time I’ve got him on camera.

    I’ll see if he shows up again come fall so I can assess.
    Last edited by Redthies; 06-30-2024 at 07:56 PM.
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    Re: My new neighbor. Can I shoot him this fall?

    That bull will grow 3 or 4 tines between now and September.


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    Re: My new neighbor. Can I shoot him this fall?

    If he does, that will take the temptation away from shooting him and possibly upsetting the little old ladies in my area
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