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Saw this picture recently. Don’t know how long it’s been around or been posted here or not? This guy would shake you to your core.
Very unique, I have never seen that pic. Huge.
WoWzaA!!! If they all grew like that it would be the go to species to hunt.
Searched the web for "Devil Moose Quebec 666", man, that took me all over the place, but I did manage to find this:
Did it get the name "Devil Moose" because of low testosterones and continue antler growth, or because of the "666" score, that it didn't say...
What a beast! At least the hunters name wasn't "Mark". That'd be too much.
Learned something, went to B&C website to see if this bull was listed and discovered they only have one category for Canada Moose, B&C doesn't have nontypical Moose categories...
I can’t imagine having him walking in.
It also has what is referred to as a Devil tine.....
Dang KB, that is crazy...
Jake - "It also has what is referred to as a Devil tine"... Can you enlighten us on what a Devil Tine is? Would assume one of those front forks?
As I understand it, a devil tine is usually an antler that usually appears near or at the base of an antler, which essentially grows straight up....meaning that any other male that fights with such a bull during the rut, has to contend with the chance that they may have the devil tine trying to puncture their skull.
Wild rack for a moose. Interesting that the B&C system rewards multiple long points in only a very minimal way when scoring Bull Moose. They give most of the credit to the "pans" and spread. Still, that doesn't make him any less of an amazing trophy.
I just looked up Matane Wildlife Reserve, it's only about a hundred miles from the tip of Maine...