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    Do you have to bury the guts? That alone will take a huge hole!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MLN1963 View Post
    Do you have to bury the guts? That alone will take a huge hole!
    I would leave them there go back to camp and come back at night for some coyote target practice.

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    dang that is one fat cow.cangrats buddy and nice work on the one hour in.great pics...my 3 year old loved them

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    Quick hunt. Now you need some greens with that 525 #s of moose meat,

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