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Moose Hunting in Alaska
RM865 Permit Hunt Information
for Regulatory Year 2014
Hunt Number: RM865
Regulatory Year: 2014
Hunt Type: Registration
Legal Animal: Residents: One(1) bull moose. NonResidents: One (1) bull moose with 50-inch antlers or antlers with 4 or more brow tines on at least one side.
- Hunt available to Nonresidents
- Hunt available to Alaska residents
- Report within 5 days of kill. Report by phone and return completed permit report card in person or by mail to Tok ADF&G or report online (http://www.hunt.alaska.gov )
- Specimens Required: None
Report no later than Oct. 2. Report online (http://www.hunt.alaska.gov ) or return completed permit report card in person or by mail.
You may report online at http://www.hunt.alaska.gov
1) WHEN: STATE HUNTERS: Alaska residents: Aug. 24 - 28 and Sept. 8 - 17. Nonresidents: Sept. 8 - 17.
FEDERALLY QUALIFIED SUBSISTENCE HUNTERS: Aug. 24 - Sept. 25.
2) WHERE: STATE HUNTERS: Unit 20E except that portion of the Middle Fork of the Fortymile River upstream from and including Joseph Creek drainage.
FEDERALLY QUALIFIED SUBSISTENCE HUNTERS: Federal lands in Unit 20E, excluding the Yukon-Charley Rivers National Preserve and that
portion of the Middle Fork of the Fortymile River upstream from and including the Joseph Creek drainage.
3) BAG LIMIT: Alaska residents: One (1) bull moose. Nonresidents: One (1) bull moose with 50-inch antlers or antlers with four or more brow tines on
at least one side. Evidence of sex must remain attached to the hindquarter.
4) REPORTING: Successful hunters: Report within 5 days of kill. Report by phone and return completed permit report card in person or by mail to Tok ADF&G or
report online (http://hunt.alaska.gov). Unsuccessful hunters and those who did not hunt: Report no later than Oct. 2. Complete permit hunt report online
(http://hunt.alaska.gov) or return completed permit report card in person or by mail (postage required) to Tok ADF&G.
5) REMEMBER: You may not possess RC860 (Fortymile caribou permit) & RM865 (this permit) at the same time! Evidence of sex must remain attached to the
hindquarter. Parts of this hunt area are in the Ladue River Controlled Use Area and Glacier Mountain Controlled Use Area where methods of transportation are
6) WHO QUALIFIES: Alaska residents and nonresidents.
7) PENALTY FOR FAILURE TO REPORT: If you fail to report, you will not be eligible to receive any permits (Drawing, Tier II, or Registration, including Tier I
Nelchina Caribou) during the next regulatory year. In addition, your name will be turned over to the Alaska Wildlife Troopers for enforcement action.
8) HUNT STATUS INFO: Tok ADF&G: 907-883-2971
9) PROXY HUNTING PROHIBITED: Proxy hunting is prohibited in RM865.
10) MOTORIZED VEHICLE USE RESTRICTED: The use of any motorized land vehicle greater than 1,500 lbs. for hunting moose under an RM865
permit, including the transportation of hunters, their hunting gear, and/or parts of game, is prohibited from August 1-September 30, within the
portion of the Mosquito Fork of the Fortymile River drainage between, but not including, the Kechumstuck Creek drainage and the drainage of the
northern tributary which flows into the Mosquito Fork at 63° 57.82 N., 143° 17.29 W. This restriction does not apply on the Kechumstuk Trail, the
Square Lake Trail and that portion of the Mitchels Ranch Trail east of the Mosquito Fork.
Hunts conditions and season dates can be changed by Emergency Order. Visit the Emergency Orders and Announcements page for more information.