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Check out these awesome pics of an albino moose!
This is just outside of Ft St John. Imagine seeing this in hunting season! I know I couldnt shoot it. Bad karma!
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That is awesome, I'm surprised it lived to get that big.
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Good for the gene pool to cull it.

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They've had discussions about shooting an albino animal in Field and Stream. If it was legal to shoot it, I wouldn't hesitate. It would make a cool mount. Some states outlaw killing albino deer.
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FishinsMyLife317 wrote:They've had discussions about shooting an albino animal in Field and Stream. If it was legal to shoot it, I wouldn't hesitate. It would make a cool mount. Some states outlaw killing albino deer.
Me too! :D
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I would never shoot one, I don't like mounts either, only antlers. Dump some bleach on a normal deer or whatever you mount, and you got an albino.

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jkbirocz wrote:I would never shoot one, I don't like mounts either, only antlers. Dump some bleach on a normal deer or whatever you mount, and you got an albino.

LOL! :lol:
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I never saw an albino moose. Pretty neat pictures. Here's an article I read the other day on ESPN Outdoors. It's a pretty good read. The guy questions himself on whether to shoot the Deer or not. I personally would probably let him walk. I wouldn't criticize anyone who would take him.

https://sports.espn.go.com/outdoors/hunt ... id=3197782

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bcritch wrote:I never saw an albino moose. Pretty neat pictures. Here's an article I read the other day on ESPN Outdoors. It's a pretty good read. The guy questions himself on whether to shoot the Deer or not. I personally would probably let him walk. I wouldn't criticize anyone who would take him.

https://sports.espn.go.com/outdoors/hunt ... id=3197782
cool story! :D
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those are sweet animals
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I have seen lots of moose but never seen an albino. Looks neat

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I heard that someone shot another albino Moose this year. Anyone have any info or was it baloney?
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Definitely different!
Thanks for sharing a unique pic. of something you just don't see too often.

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This is an article from Sweden. They call it an elk but it looks like a moose to me.

https://www.thelocal.se/20171115/sweden ... ared-death

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Jim wrote:I heard that someone shot another albino Moose this year. Anyone have any info or was it baloney?
It wasn’t baloney ... it was VENISON!

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