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Prized Antlers Stolen from Vehicle

 

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Robert Kelley poses with his grandson Noah. Kelley found the matching set of six-point elk antlers. Noah found a single seven-point elk antler.

SEELEY LAKE – Seeley Lake resident Robert Kelley took his eight-year-old grandson Noah antler hunting for the first time when the Blackfoot/Clearwater Wildlife Management Area (Game Range) opened May 15. On Tuesday, May 17, the sheds they found were stolen from his truck near Kozy Korner.

Kelley along with his brother Kevin, son James and grandson Noah waited for three hours at the gate of the Game Range for it to open at noon. Kelley was lucky enough to find a matching set of six-point elk sheds, Noah found a smaller seven-point elk antler and Kevin found another six-point elk antler....



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