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Echo Trail Info

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I realize this is a little off the area you all play in but we were drawn for a Zone 33 Moose tag on the echo trail north of you. As it is kind of in the middle of things I am checking a couple different forums to see if anyone has seen or heard of moose in that area recently.

We plan on camping and scouting a couple times prior to the excursion and will be hunting for 10 days chasing fish and birds also but any up to date news is sure helpful and helps to pass the time. Thanks in advance.

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