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    Default Spike elk in Idaho

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    Default Re: Spike elk in Idaho

    Wow! Those sure are a lot bigger then our CT Whitetails.

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    Default Re: Spike elk in Idaho

    Yumm, tasty! Have any idea what it dressed out at?

    Thanks for the Picts.

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    Default Re: Spike elk in Idaho

    Nice.......in our neck of the woods.......it's 3 point or better. Saw several spikes this year but they won't be ready for a few years. Congrats on the elk.....and good eating!

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    Default Re: Spike elk in Idaho

    Very nice. It is going to be a tasty treat. Nice lung shot........
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    Default Re: Spike elk in Idaho

    Thanks for posting.
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    Default Re: Spike elk in Idaho

    Elk is my second fav eating, after moose, Looks like you will have a lot of meals out of that one.
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    Default Re: Spike elk in Idaho

    Quote Originally Posted by Pete Judd View Post
    Elk is my second fav eating, after moose, Looks like you will have a lot of meals out of that one.
    Ditto! But it's a real close second.

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