Dan Montgomery Alaska Trophy Adventures

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Dan Montgomery Alaska Trophy Adventures



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Contact: Dan Montgomery

Location: Wasilla, Alaska

Species Hunted: Dall Sheep, Alaskan Brown Bear, Rocky Mountain Goat

State(s) Hunted: AK

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outfitter review submitted by: John Burke on Oct 9 2003

Species Hunted: dall sheep

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