It isn't everyday that a Hunting Report subscriber takes a B & C animal, but that's what Larry Kochevar did when he hunted for shiras moose in Wyoming last October with Scott Limmer of Comanche Wilderness Kochevar's big bull stretched the tape to 148 inches. He took the trophy in Colorado's Unit 006 after hunting three days in a large drainage at 8,000 feet. He says the area provides excellent food sources and cover for moose and that he passed on eight other bulls before shooting this one. Kochevar says the spot-and-stalk hunt was on foot, but that Limmer can also provide a horseback hunt. He praises Limmer for spotting his moose at a great distance then initiating what he says was a difficult stalk to get into shooting position. He says Limmer was familiar with the area and the moose patterns. "He knew the best places to glass for moose, so we didn't spend a ton of time looking in unproductive areas," says Kochevar. As for accommodations, Kochevar says, Limmer has worked out an arrangement with Red Feather Lodge, an elk hunting operation, to provide lodging and meals. He gives the place high marks, and mentions seeing abundant numbers of elk in the area. Kochevar gives the price of his hunt as $2,500 plus a $1,000 trophy fee.