Jace Malek, 18, and his family pose with the moose he bagged in November in northeastern Washington during a special end-of-life hunt organized by Youth Outdoors Unlimited with a special permit from the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife and help from a group of sportsmen volunteers.
Jace Malek, 18, and his family pose with the moose he bagged in November in northeastern Washington during a special end-of-life hunt organized by Youth Outdoors Unlimited with a special permit from the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife and help from a group of sportsmen volunteers. Courtesy photo
Jace Malek, 18, and his family pose with the moose he bagged in November in northeastern Washington during a special end-of-life hunt organized by Youth Outdoors Unlimited with a special permit from the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife and help from a group of sportsmen volunteers. Courtesy photo

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