Hello hunting friends...I just thought I would put the word out here and ask for the help of many eyes and ears. This is a great site (been here many times), and I know there will be like minded thinking. As many of you know, rifle moose season started here in Colorado yesterday. My son and I were on our way up to the North Park area to try our luck on an early season buck tag Monday night when we hit and killed a trophy bull moose. By the time we got back to the site of the accident Tuesday morning with the local wildlife officer, some one had cut the antlers off. The accident occured 2 miles south of Rand, Colorado on Hwy 125, and the antlers were removed sometime between midnight and daybreak Tuesday, October 2nd. As a dad, hunter, and avid outdoorsman I can't tell you how disheartning and frustrated I was to walk up on this scene, so I am posting this here to ask the hunting communitities' help to find the people responsible for this. I know there were a lot of hunters in the area, and I'm hoping some one might have seen a fresh moose rack in the back of a pickup or something Tuesday. I have the priviledge of taking home some great moose steaks, but I also would have like to have had our hard working DOW benefit from the proceeds of that trophy antler rack...as a result of this super great dead critter. If anyone might possibly have any information regarding this, contact Area Technician, Jeremiah, in the Walden DOW location or Operation Game Thief. I will personally be volunteering my time to our busy DOW people in Walden to help them in whatever capacity I can. I hope others will be pro-active also to help keep our hunting privileges top-notch. Thanks, everyone.