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Moose Hunting in Alaska
RM319 Permit Hunt Information
for Regulatory Year 2014
Hunt Number: RM319
Regulatory Year: 2014
Hunt Type: Registration
Legal Animal: 1 bull moose
Dec 1 - Dec 31
Alaska residents only
- Report take within 24 hours of leaving the field to Glennallen ADF&G office at 907-822-3461 or online.
- Specimens Required: none
Report must be submitted within 15 days of the close of the season.
You may report online at http://www.hunt.alaska.gov
Legal moose: This registration moose permit is valid for one bull moose. If you have already harvested a moose under state or federal regulations this regulatory year, you have already met your state bag limit, and you may not use this permit.
Season dates: Dec 1 – Dec 31.
Hunt Area: Unit 13C and 13B South. Unit 13B South is defined as that portion of Unit 13B south of a line extending east along the northern bank of the Maclaren River from the western boundary of Unit 13B to a point on the north bank of the Maclaren River at coordinates N 62 55.356 W 146 41.581, then due east to the outlet of Dickey Lake at coordinate N 62 55.356 W 146 06.154, then east along the north bank of the Middle Fork of the Gulkana River to its confluence with the Gulkana River, then crossing the Gulkana River to the Middle Fork Trail and extending east along Middle Fork Trail to the Richardson Highway, then south along the Richardson Highway to Gillespie Creek, then east along the north bank of Gillespie Creek to its confluence with Spring Creek, then east along the north bank of Spring Creek to the Gakona River, which is the eastern boundary of Unit 13B.
This hunt or portions of the hunt area may close by Emergency Order. For a detailed hunt area description and map, area specific quotas, and other hunt information such as emergency closures, please contact the Glennallen ADF&G office at 907-822-3461.
Bull moose generally drop their antlers between November and January. Young bull moose may retain their antlers through February or March. It is your responsibility to know your target before you shoot.
You must sign the back of your harvest ticket to be valid. You must carry it with you in the field while hunting. Remember to validate your ticket immediately after taking a moose by cutting out the month and day. See state hunting regulations for hunter education, controlled use area restrictions, and proxy hunting for moose for Unit 13.
Successful hunters must report their take within 24 hours of leaving the field to the Glennallen ADF&G office at 907-822-3461 or online at http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/.
If you did not hunt or hunted unsuccessfully, you must report within 15 days of the season end or emergency closure. If your report is not received within the allotted time you will be ineligible to receive any permits (draw, Tier II, or registration, including Tier I Nelchina caribou) during the next regulatory year and you may be cited.
Hunt conditions and season dates can be changed by Emergency Order. Visit the Emergency Orders and Announcements page for more information.