Moose Hunting in Alaska
DM530 Permit Hunt Information
for Regulatory Year 2019
Hunt Number: DM530
Regulatory Year: 2019
Hunt Type: Draw
Legal Animal: Bull with 50-inch or larger antlers or at least 3 brow tines on at least one antler.
Number of Permits
|Residency||Number of Permits|
|Nonresidents||Up to 14 permits|
|Alaska residents||Up to 14 permits|
|Total Number of Permits Available||14 permits|
15B, south of Skilak Lake
Sep 1 - Sep 20
- Hunt available to Nonresidents
- Hunt available to Alaska residents
- Report in person to Homer, Soldotna, Anc, or Palmer within 10 days of kill.
- Specimens Required: Antlers naturally attached to skull plate for measuring.
Report by mail, or in person to ADF&G within 15 days of season end
If you hunted unsuccessfully or did not hunt, you may report online at http://www.hunt.alaska.gov
Additional Requirements and Information
Attention Kenai Peninsula Moose Hunters: All hunters, including DM530 permit winners, must now complete an online Moose Hunter Orientation on determining legal game animals before hunting moose in Units 7 or 15 on the Kenai Peninsula or Kalgin Island. This includes ALL drawing, registration, general season, targeted or Tier II moose hunts. Take the orientation online and print your completion card at hunt.alaska.gov (Quick Links > Online Courses & Quizzes). Call 907-262-9368 or 907-267-2257 for more information.
Hunt Area: that portion of Unit 15B bordered on the north by the Kenai River and Skilak Lake, on the east by Skilak River and Skilak Glacier, on the south by the Harding Icefield and on the west by Killey River and Killey Glacier.
Access into Subunit 15B is difficult. Horses are generally necessary for a successful hunt. ATV's are not permitted in this area, and aircraft access is extremely limited.
Hunt conditions and season dates can be changed by Emergency Order. Visit the Emergency Orders and Announcements page for more information.