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"Trophy Moose"

I'm posting this for our friends at J&M Safaris. Please get in touch with Bob Jacobson at or (507) 209-1929 if interested in one of the hunts listed below.

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Everyone has the dream of a wide antlered moose over the fireplace. Taking one of these monsters will drag you up early in the morning and take your breath away at the sheer size of an Alaskan Bull Moose and the home he lives in. You will use the rivers, walk, climb, spot and stalk and see Alaska as it always was – wild and free! Pictured below (top) is a 70-incher taken last year. His brother is still running around as are his bigger cousins!! This area only has 2 tags per year. 2019 is booked and I have one opening for sure for the 2020 season. If you want a great story and a memory over the fireplace, do NOT let this one get away. Call me now!

Canadian Moose: I have a Bighorn Sheep and Moose combo. On this hunt, you will be hunting on horseback and living out of tents. Be prepared to backpack up the mountain if necessary. For a hunt like this, you’ll want to be ready to hunt hard and shoot straight. The location of this hunt is in Alberta, Canada. Fly into Calgary for the ride to camp and put on your spurs for the hunt of a lifetime. This is my last combo hunt left for this fall and I am booking for 2020 season.

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