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Moose Hunting in Alaska
2011 RM834 Permit Hunt Information
Permit hunt: RM834
2011 Moose hunting
Legal Animal: Residents: 1 bull moose NonResidents: No open season
- Report within 14 days of kill. Return the completed permit report card to the vendor that issued the permit, or to Fairbanks ADF&G.
- Specimens Required: All successful hunters: upper half of one antler Nowitna Corridor hunters: lower front jaw
Report no later than Oct. 10.
If you hunted unsuccessfully or did not hunt, you may report online at http://www.hunt.alaska.gov
1) WHEN: Units 21B and 21D: Aug. 22-31 and Sept. 5-25
Units 21C, 24C, and 24D: Sept. 5-25
All Unit 21B, except that portion outside a four-mile wide corridor (2 miles either side of the Nowitna River) upstream of the Little Mud River Drainage; the Dulbi River
drainage portion of 21C outside the Koyukuk Controlled Use Area (KCUA); all Unit 21D outside the KCUA ; all Unit 24C outside the KCUA; and all Unit 24D outside the
3) BAG LIMIT: One (1) bull moose.
How: Complete the permit report online (http://www.hunt.alaska.gov ), or return the completed permit report card to the vendor that issued the permit, or to Fairbanks ADF&G
in person or by mail. Successful hunters: Report within 14 days of kill. Unsuccessful hunters and those who did not hunt: Report no later than Oct. 10.
Upper half of one antler, for all areas during all season dates announced above. In Unit 21B only, hunters who take a moose within 5 miles of either side of the Nowitna
River must turn in the lower front jaw during the period Sept. 5-25.
Meat must remain on the bone of the front quarters, hind quarters and ribs until the meat has been transported from the area or to the hunter's home; one antler must be
cut through the middle of the palm at the kill site and the upper half of one antler must be surrendered to ADF&G or designated representative.
7) WHO QUALIFIES: Alaska residents only, except those who received Drawing Permits DM802-830 and DM892-896.
8) PENALTY FOR FAILURE TO REPORT:
If you fail to report, you will not be eligible to receive any permits (drawing, Tier II, and registration) during the next regulatory year. In addition, your name will be turned over
to the Alaska Wildlife Troopers for enforcement action.