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Mike Langegger recalls the autumn moment two years ago when he, his son Adam, and daughter Hannah spotted a moose a stone’s throw away in a valley just outside Kitimat in northwest B.C.
The rutting beast could easily have charged at the family with its dangerous antlers. But Langegger coaxed the bull to come closer.
“I did a series of cow calls, and it came out of the willow patch about 25 to 40 yards away.”
Hannah, 13 at the time, aimed one of the family’s many rifles. With her pulse racing, and eye on the…