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Well, i know it may be early (spring bear thoughts are just emerging) but i need some opinions on moose areas. I had plans to go in a southern area this year thanks to tips off the board but it looks like i'm going to be living more in the Edson/ Hinton region come September (at least i bought a bunch of new maps and what not first for the southern areas....) I was thinking of applying in 438 but was also considering 437, 340, or 342. Anyone here willing to share some tips. ( i can get a tag in any of those areas priority wise) I've seen a few in 340 and found lots of sheds in 438 but i've never been good at finding the animals themselves. I am looking for any bull come fall. How hard do you think it would be to find a bull in 438 using calling and walking cuts? I've seen more elk in the other zones so i'm doing my homework and planning a one week holiday late September/ early October. Any tips on peak rut in area as well? Thanks if anyone has input. Cabin fever is hitting, draws only a few months away!!
02-18-2007, 10:37 PM
Hmmmmm, I know the moosie numbers in 344 were good last year, as there were a horde of bulls taken, what would that mean for this year though.....:rolleyes :rolleyes ??
438, I have found them, and tracks of them, anywhere off hwy 40. I would go along the Gregg river road, and work out from it. Up towards mystery lake would be good too. Feel free to PM me if you want to know more, but this is about all I will give up on here, before the locals lynch me. :evil :evil
Oh and on that note, 440 in the Rock Lake area could be really good to someone too. ;)
pm'ed you Brady. I'm not exactly new to the area, just moose challenged. Appreciate the offer.
02-19-2007, 12:03 AM
just remember, wmu936 has a population of "0" moose, and even less elk. deer are seen once in a blue moon.
and as for spring bear, thats been biting at me too:|
02-19-2007, 08:42 AM
BB, what zone is 936. Too lazy to look.:)
02-19-2007, 12:44 PM
hey Tuc, just east of edmonton. pretty much all draw system and no motorized vehicles
02-19-2007, 02:41 PM
bar none, camp wainwright, december hunt, leaves your regular season for mongo whiteys.
oh and there is the odd elk there too!
Thats an awesome bull. I'm looking for any moose. My buddies always hold out for 50'' wide but theres no way i'm that picky. They also drive way up north every second year, i've never been able to make there trip so hence my own. Eating the moose is my idea. Nice pics though, i'm already getting excited.
02-19-2007, 09:42 PM
Lots of Moose in 344 along the Wildhay or Berland River.
02-20-2007, 02:44 PM
in my brothers up-coming dvd you will that moose get tipped
02-20-2007, 02:47 PM
up coming?? any purchasing details????
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