cloudyj
After deferring 12 years for my moose draw I decided the time was right to try for my traditional archery moose. I set out 6 cameras to try to get the moose in the area on camera. I was able to get a few on trail cam but not the one I harvested. Here are a few of the bulls that must be happy I am not looking for them anymore. Click image for larger version - Name: DSCF0281.JPG, Views: 55, Size: 675.86 KB Click image for larger version - Name: DSCF0005.JPG, Views: 55, Size: 295.89 KB Click image for larger version - Name: DSCF0115.JPG, Views: 54, Size: 343.99 KB Click image for larger version - Name: DSCF0120.JPG, Views: 52, Size: 303.28 KB Click image for larger version - Name: DSC_2962.JPG, Views: 50, Size: 713.21 KB
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tanglefoot
Nice pics, sounds like you got one with the bow too...
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ghosthunters
That's aweome you got drawn. Congrats on your moose and great pictures.
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hydiseka
Congrats!! a moose hunt is on my bucket list
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treeslinger2
Awesome!!

Great pics and a bull with stick & string!!

You are the man!!!!!!!!!!!!
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cloudyj
Thanks, it took me 10 days sitting stands and blinds and I was never able to get any replies to my calls. In the end I found him while walking and he let me get to 23 yds. Close is always better with a longbow.
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buckhuntertrailcam
Congratulations on your stick bow moose great accomplishment and great pictures.
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buck66
there is some good eating there gratz 
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IroquoisArcher
Good job! As said nice getting that close, my limit is 15 yards.
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