Just wanted to introduce myself as I just found this forum and have been checking it out over the past few days. My name is Mike and I'm 27 yrs old and from WA state. My hunting partner and I were lucky enough to draw Unit 23 Moose this year and will be heading out on Friday a for 15 day trip. I looks like the moose season has started out somewhat slow for some hunters on the forum, I'm hoping that the cooler weather that is coming in will help get the rut going and get the bulls up on their feet during the day a little more than what it sounds like they are currently. My buddy and I are extremely excited to be in AK for the first time and experience everything it has to offer. We have moose, caribou, and wolf tags and are hope to see some of each (although we haven't heard too much about wolves for our area). We have been told by several people that the bou migration has started a little earlier than normal and that they could be down in our neck of the woods by the mid-later part of our trip. Does anyone have any reports or advice that could be helpful to a couple of Rookie AK hunters? We have a buddy that has been there 6 times on the same trip and the same lake so we have quite a bit of camping/general hunting knowledge from him, but he hasn't been there in 10 years so things can change. It seems like Unit 23 will provide a great opportunity for some nice animals based on what I've seen from his experiences, I'm just hoping it holds true for us this year. Thanks and I appreciate any wisdom that can be shared.