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huntingmaxima

Moose Hunt

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Just having my daughter show me how to post pics and this is one that i choose. It was my Oct '08 hunt in Gilliam Manitoba.

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Who did you hunt with? Hatley's?

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Fox River outfitters. One of the best hunt that i have ever been on.

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Nice Moose. What does a moose hunt with them cost?

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Nice bull - looks like a dandy to your left as well.

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mine was a 51" and my buddy's was a 54"

The hunt was $5500 Included everything but getting there. We had 4 guys go together so we drove there. I would say home to home was less than $6000. All four of us got our moose. You can shoot anything but we all shot bulls. There was oone guy from MI. on this hunt had 4 chances under 100yrds and blew them all. The owner finally said he was done and not to come back. So, in all we were 7 for 8, 7day hunt. Great outfitter. YOu cruise the rivers in the boat, very easy hunt.

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huntingmaxima -- sounds like you had a great hunt !!, if poss. could you get me some info. for your outfitter. I need to get the fire started or else i will never go. I dont personally know anybody that has went moose hunting recently so i am looking for some GOOD outfitters. Finding the right outfitter ( one you can trust ) is 1/2 the battle. If poss. you could e-mail info to me at garynmarti@msn.com thanks gary

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Do they take archery hunters?

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ccyank, I will get you guys all the info tommorrow and i will post it. I will have to get it out of my file cabinet.

sticknstring,

We had one bow hunter with this year but after the second day he went to his rifle. the way they hunt it would be hard to bow hunt. I am also a bowhunter so take my word for it. I know of a real good moose bow hunt in alberta if you are interested left me know

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I'd like to hear about the Alberta moose hunt if you want to share, thats on my to do list

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Never too early to write Moose Hunt on the ol change jar... I'd be interested in the Alberta outfit. Who know's how long before I get drawn for MN...

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OK this is the hunt that my brother shot a small bull on 2 yrs ago. (archery)Tell him Dave and Jeff from MN told you

NORTHERN MONARHS

ASHLEY MAERZ

290 CORNETT DR

RED DEER,ALBERTA TYP 243

Rifle Hunt

Fox River ooutfitters

randy naismith sr

box 464

gilliam mb

rob olo

# 204 652 6441

204 679 1141 cell

once again tell him dave and jeff told you. this is the hunt that we went 4 for 4. mine is th one in the pic

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Thanks h-max

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Thank you sir.

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