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Is This the New Pope and Young World Record Alaska Moose?

Is This the New Pope and Young World Record Alaska Moose?

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from j-johnson17 wrote 4 years 25 weeks ago

WOW - what a magnificent animal - looks like the adventure of a lifetime.

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from thuroy wrote 4 years 25 weeks ago

Great story, and a great way to spend a hunt with a son that is going into the Marines.

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from thuroy wrote 4 years 25 weeks ago

I wonder what he is getting for his wife.

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from horseman308 wrote 4 years 25 weeks ago

Wow. I've never had to do basic training, but I have to wonder if there's a better experience to get that young man ready than this hunt.

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from jbird wrote 4 years 25 weeks ago

Awesome story, wow what a Moose! You and your son will remember this for life undoubtedly! Can't wait to hear the score.

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from Del in KS wrote 4 years 25 weeks ago

This was the trip of a lifetime.

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from SD_Whitetail_Hntr wrote 4 years 25 weeks ago

Unbelievable story.. Congratulations!! I dream of trips like that.

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from Clay Cooper wrote 4 years 25 weeks ago

The work paid off and the reward is awsome!

Rule #1 before you shoot, can you pack it out!

Rule #2 what part of rule #1 you just don’t understand!

Anyone ever shot a Moose and said they had fun is lying!

From 86 thru 89 I sure wish I had a dollar for everyone I helped pack out!

What did he say?

WHAT THE HELL DID I GET MYSELF INTO!!!
Been DAR and DUN DAT!

Where is my ATV!

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from Clay Cooper wrote 4 years 25 weeks ago

Sir Mack gives a new meaning in Mack Truck and being in shape paid off!

Taking a picture of all the meat strip will help you just incase there is a question, DID YOU GET ALL THE MEAT BY STATE LAW! A big time fine!!!

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from Justin D wrote 4 years 25 weeks ago

Wow thats nice!

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from jeffo52284 wrote 4 years 25 weeks ago

Incredible story this is what hunting is truly about.

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from babsfish4life wrote 4 years 25 weeks ago

I thought his son was like 6 years old next to those antlers in picture 2, until I read the story. Those antlers would make any of us look like a little kid. Nice Job!

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from Clay Cooper wrote 4 years 25 weeks ago

babsfish4life, The hind quarters alone takes 3 full size men to lift it onto the front rack. This one, WOW!

Picture #12

The caption should read,

What in the hell did I get myself into!

After hauling a many Moose out myself I know it isn’t easy. There was places the tundra was so spongy and soft you couldn’t carry anything and the only way to get it out was with my Suzuki 250 4x4 ATV everyone else got stuck the first 50 yards.

I got thinking about Sir Mack yesterday while Alex and I were out hunting.

For those who do it the hard way and the right way there should be a special reward for these sportsmen.

I would call it,

The Tred Barta Award!

I believe Sir Darin Mack would be a excellent candidate for this!

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from mcdlacrosse9 wrote 4 years 25 weeks ago

What an amazing story. Its good to hear you're required to pack out all edible meat. I support trophy hunting but could never justify taking an animal's life just to leave him for scavengers.

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from Clay Cooper wrote 4 years 25 weeks ago

I’ve watched a many Super Cubs taking off with moose horns strapped to the wing struts is definitely not aerodynamically stable causing the aircraft to veer enough to clip trees on takeoff and Sir Mack’s Moose Horns?

O”BROTHER!!

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from jason schwartz wrote 4 years 24 weeks ago

Darin, Awsome job congragulations were all talking about it your ears should be ringing!

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from Rage1013 wrote 4 years 24 weeks ago

Awesome bull and a great story nice job!

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from sgaredneck wrote 4 years 24 weeks ago

Awesome story and a fantastic trophy to boot!

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from mangonboat wrote 4 years 24 weeks ago

Maybe the best story in years: worrying over the money, doing it with you son with brain and brawn rather than $$ and doing it all the right way.

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from turk wrote 4 years 24 weeks ago

Congrads!!! I know for him and his son this is a hunt to remember for as long as they both live, to me a father and son team doing it on thier on deserved a reward such as this not only a world record but they did it together and i hope and prey his son is safe as he goes into the military knowing everything that is going on this day in time GOD BLESS both of you and may the lord touch each one of our troops that are over seas rite now and only have the memories at this time of a hunt like this father and son have shared.

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from ranger2 wrote 4 years 24 weeks ago

What an incredible animal! What I appreciate the most is the guys attitude. He has set a great example for other sportsmen to follow. It really is about the experience, not just the trophy...

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from Salvatore wrote 4 years 24 weeks ago

Wow, great story, and what a great ANIMAL!!!

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from Big Country in ... wrote 4 years 24 weeks ago

From one PA native to another...AWESOME JOB! It's quite a feat even for us transplanted Alaskans to take a quality moose like yours and to do it without a guide and with a bow in our country is quite an accomplishment! Glad to hear it was a successful hunt and to do a father and son hunt will make memories for a lifetime! Good luck to your son in his journey to defend our country!

Enjoy that meat and the trophy, you certainly have earned it in my book!

Sincerely

Brad Hoff

North Pole Alaska

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from gjpjunior wrote 4 years 24 weeks ago

What a great animal, and on the last hunt before your son enter boot camp. What a great memory for him to go with. Tell your son semper fi, we are proud of all those that serve.

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from DTBuck wrote 4 years 24 weeks ago

Incredible animal, dream of a life time! What do you think the total trip cost, as a DIYSelf trip goes?

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from Foxbrosracing wrote 4 years 24 weeks ago

That is amazing, better be proud!

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from coltonb wrote 4 years 24 weeks ago

Nice bull would love to get one like that!

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from Elliott Balthazor wrote 4 years 24 weeks ago

breat bull

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from hjohn429 wrote 4 years 24 weeks ago

Hey Margaret Shaw, gat the hell off this website and never come back. You are totally ignorant. You don't even know what you are talking about. The hunter was just hunting. He was not "trying to kill everything he sees" or any of the insane things you said. He was just hunting. I am VERY upset that you are too stupid and sheltered to understand that. We all know you are wrong and you know you are wrong, but your just too ashamed to admit it. Just leave.

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from brownmutt910 wrote 4 years 24 weeks ago

Congradulations on a great Bull and an outstanding hunt with your Son. That is what great memories are made of. God bless your son on his tour with the Military, may God watch over him and your entire family during this troubling time. I am currently stationed in Afghanistan on my 4th deployment with the Army. Thanks for supporting your Son and this Great Nation in a time of War.

To Ms. Margaret Shaw - Yes it is our right to hunt, and our forfathers have fought and bleed for that right and for our freedoms "AND FOR YOUR RIGHT TO FREE SPEECH AND FOR YOU TO TALK TRASH ABOUT HUNTERS" I would think you would have better things to do, but I guess not.

Have you ever served or do you just complain and talk trash about something you probably know nothing about.

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from fishrmn100 wrote 4 years 24 weeks ago

Great story! Great pictures! I'm jealous!
I miss the taste of a good Moose steak!
Your son made the right choice to serve. Doesn't matter to me, what branch.

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from Darin Mack wrote 4 years 24 weeks ago

I would like to thank everyone for all the kind post. It was an exciting hunt and only seems to get better. I do encourage everyone to go after there dreams and going on a hunt like this just please do your homework and understand this was alot of back breaking work. To Margret it's so sad to see the people that have lost all common sence and have forgotten that you or your family would not be here if it wasent for hunting of animals just becouse you choose to have someone else kill you food doesent meen the rest of us do. You also said this animal was for all of us to enjoy so i ask you when was the last time you were in the remote wilderness of Alaska? You would of never seen this amazing animal if i hadent shared it with you. I'm shore your the type of person that takes your kids to the zoo to see all the animals locked up for you to see, this is the real shame. animals in the wild don't die gracefully in peace it's slow and painfull with other animals trying to eat it while still alive this is the real mother mature. thanks to me this animal will never be forgotten and died fast ask your self how would you like to go. I would like to add that the price of this trip ended up costing me around $7000 that was for 2 of us and included over $1000 for shipping the rack back home. Now i would also like to say i had about $5000 in gear that we need to do a hunt like this you will need a satalite phone as well. Thanks again and i wish you all good luck.

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from DMBULLY wrote 4 years 24 weeks ago

Margaret as a woman I am embarrassed by your ignorance. You need to educate yourself before making accusations like these. Have you never had a steak, bacon or piece of chicken in your life? How do you think that animal got from the farm to your plate? If you were an intelligent person and did your homework, you would find that the slaughter of your dinner is far more disgusting and cruel then hunting. Every time you enjoy a meal I hope you are reminded of your stupidity. Enjoy your dinner!

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from Joel Panian wrote 4 years 24 weeks ago

That was a great story to read, great pictures to see, and an amazing experience for the both of you I'm sure! I hope that some day I will be lucky enough to experience a trip to Alaska like that. Thank you so much for sharing it with all of us!

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from willkillsdeer wrote 4 years 24 weeks ago

Margret do u really think we want to here your babbling self righteous self any more than u want to here us?

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from ochs2448 wrote 4 years 24 weeks ago

i have always wanted to go moose hunting see it on tv all the time in huntin channel and looks like an adrenaline rush. the racks on them things are huge. but congrats on the nice moose!

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from 99explorer wrote 4 years 23 weeks ago

It would be nice if you could send a couple of steaks to Margaret Shaw. Great trophy. It's almost too big. Note I said "almost."

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from WhitetailHunter706 wrote 4 years 23 weeks ago

hey congrats on a great job and a well diserved one you are a great example of what hunting is all about and lets all just ignore margret and all the other antis they post things like that on these sights just to get attention, when we recognize them we are giving them the attention they want anyway congrats darin and thank your son for all of us he should be proud to help keep us safe and allowing us to enjoy our freedom so that we can experience a great hunting story like that

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from Carlton Fuqua wrote 4 years 22 weeks ago

WOW!! What an amazing story, especially the part about the family unity and support that they show for each other. The moose the meat and the hunt don't hold a candle to the shining light of love that is demonstrated here. It takes an awesome father and mother to let their sons and daughters go... to war for this great land and the freedoms that we have. That young man will soon be fighting for Margaraet and her right to disagree not with Mack but with the laws, ordinances, statutes, rules, regulations established by Alaska that allow for him, his family and for that matter all of us to hunt. Without getting political, we as hunters, when our favorite season is over, be it for Macks moose, Gregs elk that he will get next year or Rachaels fish, will need to stay on the trail of our elected officials like hound dogs on a hunt to keep all of our freedoms intact, not just the right to hunt.

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from Silewski11 wrote 4 years 21 weeks ago

Very good story! It would be so much fun to go moose hunting.

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from IowaGuy wrote 4 years 20 weeks ago

Awesome hunt! You clearly earned this one!

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from savagearms243 wrote 4 years 20 weeks ago

Sweeet Moose!

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from BrigMarine wrote 4 years 20 weeks ago

Biggest moose I ever saw!!

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from huntingkid95 wrote 4 years 18 weeks ago

Great story and great pictures. Glad you got to take such a big moose with your son. Congratulations

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from shermanator wrote 4 years 17 weeks ago

absolutely awesome that is cool

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from churro73 wrote 4 years 17 weeks ago

haha, i dont think anyone is looking at the other pictures besides that moster of a moose

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from LaFire wrote 4 years 6 weeks ago

wow nice moose i wonder how much it weighs! quite a bit more than a ton i bet.

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from CoBowHunter wrote 2 years 32 weeks ago

He's a monster...good job. I want...I want.

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from j-johnson17 wrote 4 years 25 weeks ago

WOW - what a magnificent animal - looks like the adventure of a lifetime.

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from thuroy wrote 4 years 25 weeks ago

Great story, and a great way to spend a hunt with a son that is going into the Marines.

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from hjohn429 wrote 4 years 24 weeks ago

Hey Margaret Shaw, gat the hell off this website and never come back. You are totally ignorant. You don't even know what you are talking about. The hunter was just hunting. He was not "trying to kill everything he sees" or any of the insane things you said. He was just hunting. I am VERY upset that you are too stupid and sheltered to understand that. We all know you are wrong and you know you are wrong, but your just too ashamed to admit it. Just leave.

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from brownmutt910 wrote 4 years 24 weeks ago

Congradulations on a great Bull and an outstanding hunt with your Son. That is what great memories are made of. God bless your son on his tour with the Military, may God watch over him and your entire family during this troubling time. I am currently stationed in Afghanistan on my 4th deployment with the Army. Thanks for supporting your Son and this Great Nation in a time of War.

To Ms. Margaret Shaw - Yes it is our right to hunt, and our forfathers have fought and bleed for that right and for our freedoms "AND FOR YOUR RIGHT TO FREE SPEECH AND FOR YOU TO TALK TRASH ABOUT HUNTERS" I would think you would have better things to do, but I guess not.

Have you ever served or do you just complain and talk trash about something you probably know nothing about.

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from Darin Mack wrote 4 years 24 weeks ago

I would like to thank everyone for all the kind post. It was an exciting hunt and only seems to get better. I do encourage everyone to go after there dreams and going on a hunt like this just please do your homework and understand this was alot of back breaking work. To Margret it's so sad to see the people that have lost all common sence and have forgotten that you or your family would not be here if it wasent for hunting of animals just becouse you choose to have someone else kill you food doesent meen the rest of us do. You also said this animal was for all of us to enjoy so i ask you when was the last time you were in the remote wilderness of Alaska? You would of never seen this amazing animal if i hadent shared it with you. I'm shore your the type of person that takes your kids to the zoo to see all the animals locked up for you to see, this is the real shame. animals in the wild don't die gracefully in peace it's slow and painfull with other animals trying to eat it while still alive this is the real mother mature. thanks to me this animal will never be forgotten and died fast ask your self how would you like to go. I would like to add that the price of this trip ended up costing me around $7000 that was for 2 of us and included over $1000 for shipping the rack back home. Now i would also like to say i had about $5000 in gear that we need to do a hunt like this you will need a satalite phone as well. Thanks again and i wish you all good luck.

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from horseman308 wrote 4 years 25 weeks ago

Wow. I've never had to do basic training, but I have to wonder if there's a better experience to get that young man ready than this hunt.

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from jbird wrote 4 years 25 weeks ago

Awesome story, wow what a Moose! You and your son will remember this for life undoubtedly! Can't wait to hear the score.

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from Del in KS wrote 4 years 25 weeks ago

This was the trip of a lifetime.

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from SD_Whitetail_Hntr wrote 4 years 25 weeks ago

Unbelievable story.. Congratulations!! I dream of trips like that.

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from babsfish4life wrote 4 years 25 weeks ago

I thought his son was like 6 years old next to those antlers in picture 2, until I read the story. Those antlers would make any of us look like a little kid. Nice Job!

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from DMBULLY wrote 4 years 24 weeks ago

Margaret as a woman I am embarrassed by your ignorance. You need to educate yourself before making accusations like these. Have you never had a steak, bacon or piece of chicken in your life? How do you think that animal got from the farm to your plate? If you were an intelligent person and did your homework, you would find that the slaughter of your dinner is far more disgusting and cruel then hunting. Every time you enjoy a meal I hope you are reminded of your stupidity. Enjoy your dinner!

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from thuroy wrote 4 years 25 weeks ago

I wonder what he is getting for his wife.

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from Justin D wrote 4 years 25 weeks ago

Wow thats nice!

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from jeffo52284 wrote 4 years 25 weeks ago

Incredible story this is what hunting is truly about.

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from mcdlacrosse9 wrote 4 years 25 weeks ago

What an amazing story. Its good to hear you're required to pack out all edible meat. I support trophy hunting but could never justify taking an animal's life just to leave him for scavengers.

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from jason schwartz wrote 4 years 24 weeks ago

Darin, Awsome job congragulations were all talking about it your ears should be ringing!

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from Rage1013 wrote 4 years 24 weeks ago

Awesome bull and a great story nice job!

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from sgaredneck wrote 4 years 24 weeks ago

Awesome story and a fantastic trophy to boot!

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from mangonboat wrote 4 years 24 weeks ago

Maybe the best story in years: worrying over the money, doing it with you son with brain and brawn rather than $$ and doing it all the right way.

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from turk wrote 4 years 24 weeks ago

Congrads!!! I know for him and his son this is a hunt to remember for as long as they both live, to me a father and son team doing it on thier on deserved a reward such as this not only a world record but they did it together and i hope and prey his son is safe as he goes into the military knowing everything that is going on this day in time GOD BLESS both of you and may the lord touch each one of our troops that are over seas rite now and only have the memories at this time of a hunt like this father and son have shared.

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from ranger2 wrote 4 years 24 weeks ago

What an incredible animal! What I appreciate the most is the guys attitude. He has set a great example for other sportsmen to follow. It really is about the experience, not just the trophy...

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from Salvatore wrote 4 years 24 weeks ago

Wow, great story, and what a great ANIMAL!!!

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from Foxbrosracing wrote 4 years 24 weeks ago

That is amazing, better be proud!

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from Elliott Balthazor wrote 4 years 24 weeks ago

breat bull

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from WhitetailHunter706 wrote 4 years 23 weeks ago

hey congrats on a great job and a well diserved one you are a great example of what hunting is all about and lets all just ignore margret and all the other antis they post things like that on these sights just to get attention, when we recognize them we are giving them the attention they want anyway congrats darin and thank your son for all of us he should be proud to help keep us safe and allowing us to enjoy our freedom so that we can experience a great hunting story like that

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from Big Country in ... wrote 4 years 24 weeks ago

From one PA native to another...AWESOME JOB! It's quite a feat even for us transplanted Alaskans to take a quality moose like yours and to do it without a guide and with a bow in our country is quite an accomplishment! Glad to hear it was a successful hunt and to do a father and son hunt will make memories for a lifetime! Good luck to your son in his journey to defend our country!

Enjoy that meat and the trophy, you certainly have earned it in my book!

Sincerely

Brad Hoff

North Pole Alaska

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from gjpjunior wrote 4 years 24 weeks ago

What a great animal, and on the last hunt before your son enter boot camp. What a great memory for him to go with. Tell your son semper fi, we are proud of all those that serve.

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from DTBuck wrote 4 years 24 weeks ago

Incredible animal, dream of a life time! What do you think the total trip cost, as a DIYSelf trip goes?

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from coltonb wrote 4 years 24 weeks ago

Nice bull would love to get one like that!

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from fishrmn100 wrote 4 years 24 weeks ago

Great story! Great pictures! I'm jealous!
I miss the taste of a good Moose steak!
Your son made the right choice to serve. Doesn't matter to me, what branch.

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from Joel Panian wrote 4 years 24 weeks ago

That was a great story to read, great pictures to see, and an amazing experience for the both of you I'm sure! I hope that some day I will be lucky enough to experience a trip to Alaska like that. Thank you so much for sharing it with all of us!

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from willkillsdeer wrote 4 years 24 weeks ago

Margret do u really think we want to here your babbling self righteous self any more than u want to here us?

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from ochs2448 wrote 4 years 24 weeks ago

i have always wanted to go moose hunting see it on tv all the time in huntin channel and looks like an adrenaline rush. the racks on them things are huge. but congrats on the nice moose!

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from 99explorer wrote 4 years 23 weeks ago

It would be nice if you could send a couple of steaks to Margaret Shaw. Great trophy. It's almost too big. Note I said "almost."

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from churro73 wrote 4 years 17 weeks ago

haha, i dont think anyone is looking at the other pictures besides that moster of a moose

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from Carlton Fuqua wrote 4 years 22 weeks ago

WOW!! What an amazing story, especially the part about the family unity and support that they show for each other. The moose the meat and the hunt don't hold a candle to the shining light of love that is demonstrated here. It takes an awesome father and mother to let their sons and daughters go... to war for this great land and the freedoms that we have. That young man will soon be fighting for Margaraet and her right to disagree not with Mack but with the laws, ordinances, statutes, rules, regulations established by Alaska that allow for him, his family and for that matter all of us to hunt. Without getting political, we as hunters, when our favorite season is over, be it for Macks moose, Gregs elk that he will get next year or Rachaels fish, will need to stay on the trail of our elected officials like hound dogs on a hunt to keep all of our freedoms intact, not just the right to hunt.

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from Silewski11 wrote 4 years 21 weeks ago

Very good story! It would be so much fun to go moose hunting.

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from IowaGuy wrote 4 years 20 weeks ago

Awesome hunt! You clearly earned this one!

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from savagearms243 wrote 4 years 20 weeks ago

Sweeet Moose!

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from BrigMarine wrote 4 years 20 weeks ago

Biggest moose I ever saw!!

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from huntingkid95 wrote 4 years 18 weeks ago

Great story and great pictures. Glad you got to take such a big moose with your son. Congratulations

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from shermanator wrote 4 years 17 weeks ago

absolutely awesome that is cool

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from LaFire wrote 4 years 6 weeks ago

wow nice moose i wonder how much it weighs! quite a bit more than a ton i bet.

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from CoBowHunter wrote 2 years 32 weeks ago

He's a monster...good job. I want...I want.

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from Clay Cooper wrote 4 years 25 weeks ago

babsfish4life, The hind quarters alone takes 3 full size men to lift it onto the front rack. This one, WOW!

Picture #12

The caption should read,

What in the hell did I get myself into!

After hauling a many Moose out myself I know it isn’t easy. There was places the tundra was so spongy and soft you couldn’t carry anything and the only way to get it out was with my Suzuki 250 4x4 ATV everyone else got stuck the first 50 yards.

I got thinking about Sir Mack yesterday while Alex and I were out hunting.

For those who do it the hard way and the right way there should be a special reward for these sportsmen.

I would call it,

The Tred Barta Award!

I believe Sir Darin Mack would be a excellent candidate for this!

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from Clay Cooper wrote 4 years 25 weeks ago

I’ve watched a many Super Cubs taking off with moose horns strapped to the wing struts is definitely not aerodynamically stable causing the aircraft to veer enough to clip trees on takeoff and Sir Mack’s Moose Horns?

O”BROTHER!!

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from Clay Cooper wrote 4 years 25 weeks ago

Sir Mack gives a new meaning in Mack Truck and being in shape paid off!

Taking a picture of all the meat strip will help you just incase there is a question, DID YOU GET ALL THE MEAT BY STATE LAW! A big time fine!!!

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from Clay Cooper wrote 4 years 25 weeks ago

The work paid off and the reward is awsome!

Rule #1 before you shoot, can you pack it out!

Rule #2 what part of rule #1 you just don’t understand!

Anyone ever shot a Moose and said they had fun is lying!

From 86 thru 89 I sure wish I had a dollar for everyone I helped pack out!

What did he say?

WHAT THE HELL DID I GET MYSELF INTO!!!
Been DAR and DUN DAT!

Where is my ATV!

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