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Re: На реву!

Пока самые большие рога добыты в Ярославской области, не знаю загрузит фотку или нет.

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Re: На реву!

загрузилась.
точно лопаты иль соха

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да не маленькие

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DID пишет:

Похвастаюсь несколько лет назад добытым трофеем.

Рога померял. Получатся 36 место в мире, серебряная медаль

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Огромное спасибо Евгений, интересно а много Вологодских трофеев зарегистрировано? В электронном виде книга рекордов не издается? Хочется посмотреть чем богата земля Вологодская.

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Она есть в электронном виде: http://www.scirecordbook.org/login/index.cfm
Доступ платный, но можно на 24 часа триал оформить

Отредактировано EugenPH (2013-10-05 21:41:46)

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Про Вологодские трофеи Виктор тут писал: http://ohota.13verst.ru/viewtopic.php?id=598

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EugenPH спасибо ему померял моего лося! Получился 8 результат в Мире по версии SCI его уже приняли к рассмотрению с утвержденным результатом 198 4/8.
1142401  E68  European Moose (Cervine Antlers)  09/04/2013  Russia, Vologda  R  198 4/8 
Попробую закачать заглавную страницу по этому разделу, напомню это вид отростковых рогов. Рога с лопатой идут по другой группе Европейского лося. Лось добытый в Шексне идет по замерам лопатных рогов.
Нет противные Америкозы не дают открытый вход.
Если бы мои рога имели хоть небольшую лопату, то в той категории с таким размером ловить было бы нечего, там бы это было  60 место. Вроде бы мелочь, форма рогов, но она в корне все меняет!
Вот лучшие результаты по лопате!
И здесь не дают.

Отредактировано viktorvl (2013-12-08 13:21:53)

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Леонид вот размеры, топовых лосей по вашей градации! И данные по медалям, от какого размера какой уровень медали.
Species Detail - European Moose (E03)

AKA: European elk, west Siberian moose Gold: 275 2/8" Gold (Bow): 0"
Endangered:  Silver: 243 7/8" Silver (Bow): 0"
Bronze: 127" Bronze (Bow): 114"

Alces alces alces

Alce Europeo (Sp).

The European moose differs in several ways from the Siberian and North American forms (which resemble each other). Its coat is a lighter color, with less contrast and little seasonal change. Its nose is shorter and less humped, with the bare spot at the tip differently shaped, there are differences in the internal nasal structure, and the chromosome numbers differ.

DESCRIPTION (male) Shoulder height 60-75 inches (152-191 cm). Weight about 1,100 pounds (500 kg). Females are smaller.

Ungainly in appearance, with very long legs, a large shoulder hump, and a large head ending in a broad muzzle. The neck is so short and the legs so long that a moose cannot easily reach the ground to feed, nor can it drink without wading into the water. Ears are large and tail is very short. Hair is coarse and brittle. There is a mane on the shoulders and a growth of skin and hair (the "bell") hanging from its throat. General color is a uniform brown, with little seasonal change. Hindquarters, upper parts of legs, lower flanks, and belly are darker. Lower legs and back of legs tend to be whitish, and the muzzle is pale. Antlers grow out from the sides of the head and are essentially of two different types: flattened or palmate, with points growing from the forward, outer and top edges of the palms; and cervine, with branched points only. The chromosome number is 68, as compared with 70 in the eastern Asian and North American subspecies.

BEHAVIOR Usually solitary except when mating. Not territorial. Mating season is late September-early October, with bulls displaying and fighting for dominance, and taking one female at a time. Calves are born in the spring (usually twins, range 1-4). Females able to breed until age 20. Maximum known life span 27 years. Principal predators are wolves, and to a lesser extent brown bears.

Mainly a browser of deciduous trees, notably willows, but also grazes. Feeds on aquatic vegetation by wading into lakes and rivers, often submerging completely to feed on the bottom. In winter eats conifer shoots, twigs and bark. Poor vision, with stationary objects seemingly not recognized. Sense of smell and hearing excellent. Active by day, with peaks at twilight. Excellent swimmer. Able to cross swamps where other animals would mire. Normal gait is a quiet, careful walk, but can run at good speed for considerable distance. Has great endurance. Silent except during rut, when the sexes call to each other with grunts and moans.

Calves have been tamed in Sweden, the Baltic countries, and Russia. Moose have been domesticated in Russia for production of meat and milk, and also for use as a farm draft animal.

HABITAT Originally the northern coniferous (taiga) forest. Favors mixed forest and open ground, especially near lakes and rivers.

DISTRIBUTION Norway, Sweden, Finland, the Baltic countries, eastern Poland, and Belarus. Numerous and widely distributed in Russia west of the Ural Mountains, roughly between latitudes 63°-57°N. Occasional animals wander into other countries as well.

European moose are also found in western Asia from the Ural Mountains to the Yenisei River.

REMARKS The moose population in Europe and Asia is estimated at more than a million. To Scandinavians, moose represent an economic crop to be harvested, the annual kill in Sweden being more than 150,000 animals. Hunted by driving, stalking, or trailing with an elk dog. The last two methods produce the best trophies.

SCI has two methods for measuring moose antlers: palmate antlers should be measured by Method 25P, cervine antlers by Method 25C.




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(MOK = Method of Kill, OR = Overall Rank, MR = MOK Rank)
(MOK Legend: R = Rifle, H = Handgun, M = Muzzleloader, B = Bow & Arrow, C = Crossbow, D = Darted, P = Harpoon, U = Pickup)
Hunt Report = Hunt Report   Expeditor Report = Expeditor Report   Taxidermist Report = Taxidermist Report

   
Select a Method of Kill:  -- All Methods -- Rifle Handgun Muzzleloader Bow & Arrow Crossbow Pickup Darted Harpoon Shotgun  All Records Top Ten Only   
 

   


Book Records

Previous Records 1-71 of 71 Next


  Member Taken Location Hunting Company/Guide MOK ScoreSort Ascending OR MR
View Details  Igor Beletskiy 10/2012 Russia, Yaroslavl' Igor Beletskiy R 376 6/8" 1 1
View Details  Michail Tamirov 09/2009 Russia, Smolensk  R 367" 2 2
View Details  Dr. Peter Nikolaus Eysin 09/2003 Russia, Jaroslavl Panfilow / Rosochotryb R 364 1/8" 3 3
View Details  Csaba Fekete 10/2006 Finland, Kainuu Elite Hunting R 358 5/8" 4 4
View Details  Viktor Shiganov 10/2010 Russia, Vologda Capercailye House R 345 6/8" 5 5
View Details  Nestor Shufrych 11/2011 Ukraine, Chernigov Evgeniy Nor R 337 3/8" 6 6
View Details  Valeriy Dema 03/2001 Ukraine, Kiev Gavrilyuk / Dinamo R 335 2/8" 7 7
View Details  Igor Mochaev 09/2007 Russia, Nenets Safari Valmir R 324 6/8" 8 8
View Details  Vladimir Kovanko 11/1988 Russia, Leningrad Tzi Raven / Safari Valmir R 320 6/8" 9 9
View Details  Horst Kuehne 09/1986 Sweden, Jamtland  R 319" 10 10
View Details  Sergei Yastrzhembskiy 09/2005 Russia, Kashin Gr. Zhurkin R 317 3/8" 11 11
View Details  Alexei Balabanov 09/2001 Russia, Yaroslavl' Anton / Yaroslavl Ob Okh R 315 6/8" 12 12
View Details  Thomas J. Hammond 10/2011 Norway The Hunting Consortium, Ltd. / Jan Billgren R 310 3/8" 13 13
View Details  Mikhail Malashenko 09/2008 Russia, Smolensk Pashenko Alex R 304 1/8" 14 14
View Details  Nestor Shufrych 11/2011 Ukraine, Chernigov Evgeniy Nor R 304 1/8" 14 14
View Details  Vladimir Smelov 11/2001 Russia, Suojarvi Safari Valmir R 302 7/8" 15 15
View Details  Andrey Pilyugin 10/2009 Russia  R 301 2/8" 16 16
View Details  Gerald L. Warnock MD 10/1988 Sweden, Jamtland Ivan Hedman / Werner Fleck R 301" 17 17
View Details  Evgeny Kurgin 09/2010 Russia, Smolensk  R 300 3/8" 18 18
View Details  Jordi Muntanyola Aparicio 09/2008 Belarus, Vitebskaya Belgosohota R 295 3/8" 19 19
View Details  Oleg Mamatchenko 09/2003 Belarus, Bratslavskiy Oleg R 295" 20 20
View Details  Nestor Shufrych 11/2011 Ukraine, Chernigov Evgeniy Nor R 292 3/8" 21 21
View Details  Olle Bexander 09/1995 Sweden, Jamtland  R 290 7/8" 22 22
View Details  Risto Simula 10/2011 Finland  R 290 5/8" 23 23
View Details  Sergey Nazarkin 10/2012 Russia, Smolensk Eco-Line R 288" 24 24
View Details  Xavier Aznarez 10/1991 Norway, Skien Bent Thorkildsen R 283 7/8" 25 25
View Details  Andrey Pilyugin 10/2009 Russia Vepr R 283 1/8" 26 26
View Details  German Stark 09/2005 Belarus, Telehani State Forest / Igor Kantsev R 278 2/8" 27 27
View Details  Michael Foerster 10/2000 Sweden, Jamtland Horst Kuehne / Gosta Myhr R 277 7/8" 28 28
View Details  Patrick Gentil 10/1995 Russia, Smolensk  R 275 2/8" 29 29
View Details  Genrih Hungzberg 09/1982 Russia, Leningrad Karmanov / Beliaev Co. Ltd. R 275 1/8" 30 30
View Details  Alexander Egorov 11/2005 Belarus, Vitebskaya  R 272 4/8" 31 31
View Details  Sergei Ivanov 11/2005 Russia, Kirov Rooir R 270 7/8" 32 32
View Details  Konstantin Popov 09/2006 Russia, Yaroslavl' Goloch / Sergei Kovalov R 266 7/8" 33 33
View Details  Pietro Ansaldi 11/1996 Belarus, Carelia  R 266" 34 34
View Details  Oleg Andreev 12/2004 Russia, Rostov  R 265" 35 35
View Details  Rudolf Sand 10/1985 Norway, Grorud Ulrik Gult R 262 3/8" 36 36
View Details  Dr. Evgeny Spiridonov 10/2010 Russia, Vologda Capercailye House R 261 5/8" 37 37
View Details  J.Y. Jones 09/2008 Belarus  R 261 2/8" 38 38
View Details  Stefan Schlosser 12/2003 Russia, Leningrad  R 258 1/8" 39 39
View Details  Sergei Ivanov 09/2007 Russia, Kirov V. Ustye / Andrei R 256 7/8" 40 40
View Details  Oleg Andreev 09/2003 Russia, Yaroslavl' Anton / ProfiHunt R 256" 41 41
View Details  Werner Lettl 11/2011 Belarus, Teterinsk Peter R 254" 42 42
View Details  Andrea Coppo 10/1999 Belarus, Vitebskaya Pavel Zhuk R 253 5/8" 43 43
View Details  Luciano Ponzetto 11/2008 Belarus, Vitebskaya Pavel Zhuk R 253 2/8" 44 44
View Details  Richard Sand 10/1998 Norway, Eidsvold William Mathiesen R 248 6/8" 45 45
View Details  Leonid Ogorodnikov 09/2001 Russia, Murmansk V. Ostanin / Air Tur R 246 7/8" 46 46
View Details  Vladimir Gubarev 10/2002 Belarus, Braslav Ivan R 245 7/8" 47 47
View Details  Kenneth L. Barr 11/2011 Sweden, Ostergotland The Hunting Consortium, Ltd. R 244 3/8" 48 48
View Details  Károly Rényi 09/2009 Belarus, Jankovci Oleg Petrovski R 243 7/8" 49 49
View Details  Evgeny Zverev 12/1990 Russia, St. Petersburg  R 243 6/8" 50 50
View Details  Anatoliy Kovalenko 12/2008 Ukraine, Kiev Polesie Hunting Company / Nickolay Sergeev R 235 4/8" 51 51
View Details  C. J. McElroy 01/1974 Norway  R 234 5/8" 52 52
View Details  Mikhail Malashenko 01/2005 Russia, Smolensk Serguey Krylov R 231 3/8" 53 53
View Details  Anatoliy Kovalenko 12/2001 Ukraine, Kiev Polesie Hunting Company / Nickolay Sergeev R 229 6/8" 54 54
View Details  Dean Grommet 11/2008 Estonia RMK / Uno Vait R 228 2/8" 55 55
View Details  Hubert Thummler 10/1991 Sweden, Hede  U 228"   
View Details  Cpt. Robert M. Peterson 10/2006 Estonia Hugo Peterson R 221" 56 56
View Details  Pete Papac 10/1992 Russia, Zavidovo Anatoly Nikolaev / NHS R 213 3/8" 57 57
View Details  Lee R. Anderson Sr. 11/2010 Sweden, Tomasgard The Hunting Consortium, Ltd. / Jan Billgren R 204 5/8" 58 58
View Details  Evgeny Kurgin 12/2001 Russia, Yaroslavl' Goloch R 202 1/8" 59 59
View Details  Clifford A. Larsen 10/1990 Sweden, Jamtland Svenerick Backstrom R 198" 60 60
View Details  Dr. Evgeny Spiridonov 10/2011 Russia, Vologda Capercailye House R 195 2/8" 61 61
View Details  Rudolf Sand 10/1979 Sweden, Eriksberg Carl Goran Bonde R 190" 62 62
View Details  Nicola Bernocchi 08/1997 Russia, Yaroslavl' local people R 180 6/8" 63 63
View Details  Terje Nakjem 10/2007 Norway, Svarstad  R 180" 64 64
View Details  Jim Shockey 10/2011 Sweden, Hotagen Jan Billgren R 177" 65 65
View Details  Abigail Day 11/2004 Estonia, Varbla Kaimo Kivikas R 170 6/8" 66 66
View Details  Leiv Peter Lovold 10/2000 Norway  R 167 4/8" 67 67
View Details  Tom Bolack 01/1993 Russia local people R 138 4/8" 68 68
View Details  Gerald L. Warnock MD 09/1995 Estonia  R 127 7/8" 69 69

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Закончил и я эпопею регистрации осеннего лосика добытого в Кирилловском районе, на реву в прошлом году. Зачли мне его 8 в мире. Стал обладателем 13го топового трофея. Еще немножко и полный "Топ Тен" в кармане, два трофея осталось до Топ Брульянта. Потом и стремиться уже будет не к чему. А получить его хотся как можно быстрей! 


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Book Record Information

Member Name:   Viktor Shiganov  Score:   198 4/8" 
Species Name:   European Moose (Cervine Antlers)  Date Taken:   09/2013 
Location:   Russia, Vologda  Method of Kill:   Rifle 
Hunting Company:   Capercailye House  Top Ten Date:     
Guide:     Overall Rank:   8 
Form:   25C  Highest Overall Rank:   8 
Medallion:   GOLD  Method Rank:   8 
Certified:   Yes    Highest Method Rank:   8 

Score Sheet

   Left   Right     Left   Right 
Length of Main Beam   26 6/8"   28 6/8"   
Length of Typical Tines   T-1   11 5/8"   5 7/8"     T-11   0"   0" 
   T-2   6"   4"     T-12   0"   0" 
   T-3   12 4/8"   13"     T-13   0"   0" 
   T-4   13 1/8"   13"     T-14   0"   0" 
   T-5   5"   6 5/8"     T-15   0"   0" 
   T-6   0"   0"     T-16   0"   0" 
   T-7   0"   0"     T-17   0"   0" 
   T-8   0"   0"     T-18   0"   0" 
   T-9   0"   0"     T-19   0"   0" 
   T-10   0"   0"     T-20   0"   0" 
Circum. of Main Beam   7"   7"   

Greatest Outside Spread   38 2/8"   Total Number of Points   6   6 

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