Moose Hunting in Alaska
RM038 Permit Hunt Information
for Regulatory Year 2019
(See also: RM038 for the 2018 Regulatory Year)
Hunt Number: RM038
Regulatory Year: 2019
Hunt Type: Registration
Legal Animal: 1 Bull Moose with a spike or forked antler, or 50-inch or greater antler spread, or 3 or more brow tines on one antler, or 2 brow tines on both antlers.
Units 3, 1B, and 1C, south of Point Hobart
September 15 - October 15
- must return the completed hunt report to an ADF&G representative in Petersburg, Douglas, Kake, Sitka, or Wrangell within 5 days of kill.
- Specimens Required: Lower front teeth (on 5-inch section of jaw), and antlers (attached to the skull plate)
must return the completed hunt report to ADF&G, or report online at http://www.hunt.alaska.gov , by November 1, 2018.
If you hunted unsuccessfully or did not hunt, you may report online at http://www.hunt.alaska.gov
This permit is valid for taking one (1) legal moose in Unit 3, 1B and 1C south of Point Hobart, as covered by Registration Hunt RM038 in accordance with the current Alaska Hunting Regulations and conditions described below:
1. The video "Is This Moose Legal" must be viewed before receiving a permit. This video may be viewed at ADF&G offices or online at www.legalmoose.adfg.alaska.gov
2. Season dates: September 15 - October 15, 2018.
3. Legal moose: One bull moose with a spike or forked antler, or 50-inch or greater antler spread, or 3 or more brow tines on one antler, or 2 brow tines on both antlers. In the RM038 moose hunt a damaged, broken, or altered antler is not considered a spike-fork antler.
4. Special Conditions: Hunting with the use of a motorized land vehicle is prohibited in Unit 1B, except to retrieve moose, establish camps, or check boats. Additional restrictions apply to motorized vehicle & equipment use in congressionally designated Wilderness. Contact the local U.S. Forest Service office for details.
5. Successful hunters must return the completed hunt report, and submit the lower front teeth (on a 5-inch section of jaw) and the antlers (attached to the skull plate), to ADF&G representatives in Petersburg, Douglas, Kake, Sitka, or Wrangell within 5 days of kill.
6. Unsuccessful hunters and permittees that did not hunt must return the completed hunt report to ADF&G, or report online at http://hunt.alaska.gov, by November 1, 2018. If you fail to report, you will not be eligible to receive any permits the next regulatory year. In addition, your name may be turned over to the Alaska Wildlife Troopers for enforcement action.
Hunt conditions and season dates can be changed by Emergency Order. Visit the Emergency Orders and Announcements page for more information.