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Peruse our Moose Hunt Gallery and read successful stories from the New Hampshire moose hunt.


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Alexander LawnI got my moose opening day (October 20) in Cambridge of Area C2 at 5:20 pm.  He dressed out at 600 pounds and had seven antler points.  Taken at 125 yards with a Remington 700 in 30-06.  Guided by Chuck Ryan of Northern New England Outfitters. -- Alexander Lawn, Hampton, NH


Neville McMillanFirst of all we would like to thank New Hampshire Fish and Game for the chance to harvest a moose. My sub permit holder Dana Lamprey and myself (Neville McMillan) had an awesome experience not just hunting the moose but scouting it as well. Near the end of day three after hunting dawn till dusk each day we finally got one with 30 minutes hunting time left in the day. We were sitting on a stump in Sanbornton when Dana made a call. Three minutes later a bull walked in 100 yards or so away. We had an agreement that we would both shoot. I could not get a shot but Dana held off and waited. Finally i just said shoot it. He didn't miss. The bull was 750 pound dressed with a spread of 42.5 inches. He was 6.5 years old. Thank you to all the helpers . Gene Leach, Willy and Jared Lamprey, Chris Perkins, Jim Ackerman and Neil Noyes. --Neville McMillan