CM300 Permit Hunt Information
for Regulatory Year 2021
(See also: CM300 for the 2020 Regulatory Year)
Hunt Number: CM300
Regulatory Year: 2021
Hunt Type: Community Subsistence Harvest
Legal Animal: One bull moose with CSH locking tag, otherwise general season antler restrictions apply.
Number of Permits
|Residency||Number of Permits|
|Nonresidents||To be announced|
|Alaska residents||Up to 99999 permits|
|Total Number of Permits Available||Unlimited|
Unit 11, Unit 13, and a portion of Unit 12.
08/20/2021 - 09/20/2021
Alaska residents only
- Report within 24 hours of kill (822-3461).
- Specimens Required: None
Report within 15 days of close of season.
You may report online at http://www.hunt.alaska.gov
1. The bag limit is one (1) bull moose per Copper Basin CSH moose harvest ticket and CSH moose locking tag. Hunters who do not have a CSH locking tag in possession will only be allowed to shoot a bull that conforms to the general season antler restrictions for that hunt area. Fall season dates are 20 AUG-20 SEPT in GMU 11 and 13; and 24 AUG-28 AUG and 8 SEPT-17 SEPT in the open portion of GMU 12, unless season dates or bag limit changed by Emergency Order (EO). Up to 100 bull moose may be taken that do not meet general season antler restrictions in GMU 11 and 13, or registration season antler restrictions in the Nabesna Road portion of GMU 11. In the GMU 12 portion of the CSH hunt, hunters must follow general season dates and antler restrictions.
2. When these quotas are reached by CSH hunters (state and federal harvest combined), the bag limit will revert to the general/registration season antler restrictions for that area for the remainder of the season. It is your responsibility to be aware of antler restrictions and EO’s issued for this hunt. Call the CSH Hotline 822-6789 before you hunt for current harvest numbers and antler restriction information. EO information can also be view online at http://www.adfg.alaska.gov (see News and Events). An unlimited number of bulls that meet general/registration season antler restrictions may be taken.
3. Evidence of sex must remain naturally attached to the meat.
4. Copper Basin CSH moose hunters must salvage for human consumption all edible meat from the forequarters, hindquarters, ribs, neck, and backbone, as well as the head, heart, liver, kidneys, stomach, and hide; and
5. Meat of the forequarters, hindquarters, ribs, brisket, neck, and back bone must remain naturally attached to the bone until delivered to the place where it is processed for human consumption.
6. Successful harvest reports are due to the Glennallen ADF&G (907-822-3461) within 24 hours of kill, or you may report online within 24 hours of kill, no exceptions. If unsuccessful or did not hunt, reports are due within 15 days of the close of season online at http://www.adfg.alaska.gov, by phone or mail.
7. Any member of the community/group may hunt on behalf of another member as a designated hunter. In the field, designated hunters must carry a signed harvest ticket of any CSH beneficiary they are hunting for, along with their own CSH harvest ticket.
Additional Requirements and Information
The CSH moose permit hunt area includes all of Unit 11, Unit 13, and a portion of Unit 12 (southwest of the Tok River where it crosses the Glenn Highway/Tok Cut-Off).
In addition to the email that you have received, Community Subsistence Hunt household reports can also be obtained from your Community Group Coordinator or can be found on Alaska Department of Fish and Game's website @ http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/index.cfm?adfg=huntlicense.cultural
Additional hunt map with area quotas for the any bull harvest can be found at: http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/static/license/huntlicense/images/2018_19_csh_map.gif
- See the Cultural and Subsistence Harvest Permits page for additional information.
Hunt conditions and season dates can be changed by Emergency Order. Visit the Emergency Orders and Announcements page for more information.