Caribou- TierII hunters may not use off-road vehicules weighing more than 1,500 lbs or a plane to transport hunters, their equipment of game. If you obtain a TierII permit, you may not hunt Caribou anywhere else in Alaska the same regulatory year. You must leave the meat on the bone and salvage the head, hide, liver, heart and kidneys. A permittee may transfer a TierII permit to 2nd-degree kindred family member, in addition to the existing proxy hunt. Moose- TierIi hunters, Same- except no salvage head & hide. TIER II SCORING CHANGES- The taxable income of all members of a household will be considered. A family of four or fewer members will receive zero points on this question if the total taxable income of all household members exceeds $51,640. The cutoff will be adjusted upward for larger households. If household income exceeds the cutoff, the total score for the application will be zero. If there are TierII permts remaining, but a pool of applicants with the same score is too large to award all permits, a random drawing is done to award the remaining permits. In other words, if there is a large pool of people with a score of zero, there will be a random drawing if there are permits remaining.