- Nov 8, 2006
Mike,A couple of lovely Newfoundland moose, Jim. Great reminder. A "huntingmoon!" Now, that is worth writing about!
I remember the hunt, Jim. I didn't recall the "Huntingmoon" part of the account, however. Guess my mind is turning to applesauce. I sure hope you do get to go back. Moose can definitely be one of the finer meats to be served on any table. And Dan and Rol are two of the finest men anyone can spend time with.Mike,
Here is the story of the Huntingmoon Moose Hunt. We are ready to go back!
Well as some of you already know, Sue and I married back in June and decided to do a "Huntingmoon" Moose Hunt in Newfoundland. We booked our hunt in January with Eric Patey & Sons and counted the days. We drove and made a stop in New York to see NYDAN,Tina and RolP. Talk about top quality...forum.nosler.com
Wow. You aren’t kidding.Good stuff guys! Noticed in the non magnum moose kills there tends to be a common theme with a 30-06 and 180 partitions.
35 Whelen. 73" and all those points and big paddles. Good gracious what a moose.
Wow. You aren’t kidding.
don’t wind them up about that 06 ST…. Sheesh, that’ll be all we hear about round here
For sure. It’s a good one.Ha! I know. When you hear somebody like 35 Whelen say dozens that I'm assuming he's aware of personally, it really does put into perspective all the things that one cartridge that most people can handle, is utilized effectively for.