Well Gaddy as has been mentioned on here before everything is bigger in Canada. There is however a possiblility that some of the Dongs you sampled were in fact Tule Dongs! Tule Dongs are bigger than regular DING Dongs and usually have fewer ribs in the chocholate coating. Only a true expert can tell with the naked eye or from an airplane which is which. There is a scientific method for determining if you have purchased a tru Tule Dong but training is required to learn this method of identification. In any case they are considered rare and the fact that your Dongs got larger the further north you traveled raises some interesting and puzzling questions. Clearly further studies are needed. This finding by BDG only serves to further emphasize the need for us all to be sure to carry our scales while hunting. A "What brand of scale do you use" thread, may be helpful at some point.