Well, this upcoming September I start the Alaskan Adventure that I have dreamed about since I started hunting. Every midwestern Deer hunter dreams of hunting the largest Deer critter on the planet, right...So, Me and a good trustworthy hunting partner have set a plan to float an interior creek for Moose . Started doing the research and saving money literally 10 years ago and slowly learned what I needed in order to set a realistic expectation. We have read a pile of books, watched hours of video, in shape, spent a fortune on gear and have read hundreds of pages from this forum. Have learned a ton from you guys and I greatly appreciate that...Thanks!
So, after all of that I do have one concern...I recently read an online article that basically reported this winter to be an extremely colder that normal winter in the interior. Several record lows have been recorded according to the report. I am curious to know if any of you local guys have any worries about above average winter kills or am I over concerned just cause I am not used to seeing -40 on a regualr basis. Is this winter sustainable for healthy moose or any other Game for that matter?