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ribsey_77

MOOSE SIGHTING

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ribsey_77

Headed up Thursday night up 65 and had a moose cross the road about 3-4 miles south of the hwy 27 junction. I thought this to be pretty far south for moose. Is there much of a population around this area or just a rare one?

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leech~~

Headed up Thursday night up 65 and had a moose cross the road about 3-4 miles south of the hwy 27 junction. I thought this to be pretty far south for moose. Is there much of a population around this area or just a rare one?

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TRZ II

A guy seen a few near Cromwell this fall and had pics in the hunting section. I hunt near Lawler and hope to see one! That area near 65 and 27 has alot of swamp which is good moose country.

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palisade1kid

There are a few around.

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Warner's Point

I remember walking around back by "That Dam* Road" a few years ago. There was a new clear cut and we couldn't believe all the moose sign. There's lots of open space west of 65.

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Archerysniper

My dad almost smacked a huge bull with his little car just after he crossed the bridge on 200 in jacobson heading west.

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JBMasterAngler

Last year my cousins ran into a cow moose while tracking a deer they shot, just north of Hill City.

I read an article in the outdoor news several months ago saying it really isn't that unusual for moose to hangout in southern itasca/northern aitkin counties.

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knoppers

I have seen two moose in the fall near big sany last october.

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Robin B.

Oct. 31, 2018 saw young bull moose on State High 65. About 2- 3 miles south of Count Road 27.

 

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Getanet

You guys serious?  I hunt in that general area and can't imagine it's moose country.  I'm not necessarily doubting you but just seems like it would have to be lost or sick or something. 

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