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    Anchorage Moose

    Here are a few more moose. The bull was being eaten alive by mosquitoes just above his hocks, especially evident in the last photo. It's an ugly time of year for moose. Today near Anchorage.









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    Great pictures Alaska moose is on my bucket list of hunts. There just so majestic

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    Anytime you want to come up and chase them around, let me know. I would be happy to help you out.

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ID:	9619 Here's a couple more Anchorage moose. These were in the yard after coming home from 14 days hunting moose down the Yukon and Koyokuk. The little bull had a wind chime stuck in his antler.

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    Nice pics bro!!! I sure wished I antlers to itch myself with.
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    Cool photo's 247...that group sure doesn't seem too worried that you are there. It's funny to see what bulls get tangled up in their antlers. Except when it hurts them, like that big bull that got hanged in a telephone line.

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