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The Thrill of Hunting the Elusive Moose
Generally Alaska, Wyoming, Idaho and Montana are considered to be the best states for moose hunting.
Given the overall appearance of a moose, it would seem that hunting one would be a relatively simple procedure. After all, they appear to be gangly and clumsy with their long legs and knobby looking knees. Even in nature, looks can be deceiving. A moose can run as fast as 35 miles per hour, climb steep hills and swim with ease. While a moose is not known for having very good eyesight, it is not blind. The most acute sense that a moose possesses is that of hearing, thanks to the donkey-like ears that can pick up even the smallest sounds from a great distance.
So how do you hunt these majestic animals? There are two primary methods that are used to hunt for the elusive moose. 'Still hunting' is when the hunter walks slowly and quietly in and around the area where there is a lot of sign. This should be done with the wind in the hunters favor, and the best time to 'still hunt' is after a big rain. The heavy rain soaks the leaves and underbrush, and therefore the sound of the hunter walking is not so easy to discern, even for the moose's acute sense of hearing.
'Stand hunting' is the most popular method of hunting moose. In preparation for the hunt, it is a good idea to scout out good potential spots, such as areas where there are fresh tracks, droppings, or recently eaten brush. Once a good area has been determined, for 'stand hunting' the hunter will find a good spot from which to survey the area and then will stay put - quietly and probably for long periods of time. Even if you do not bag a moose while 'stand hunting', you will at least be able to see some of every other game animal that is not in season. That is just the way it works.
'Calling' can be an effective method of hunting, but it should definitely be practiced (and perfected) before trying to use it in an actual hunt. There are many calls that can be used, but the most effective one is usually the mating call that is used by the cow to attract a bull.
All in all, moose hunting requires a great deal of preparation and patience, but the rewards can be great - even if there is no success in the hunt. Nature provides its own entertainment, and the camaraderie of the hunt can make for great memories.