Ive been reeding up on the regulations. I plan to hunt unit 20 for the most part. For the first year I will be a nonresident. my understanding of the regulations so far is that just about everything open in this area thats open to hunting is open to nonresident's with the exception of the Minito flats managment area and 20F. I also have read cramers field is open to general season according to the regs but when you read some small print before this it states something about only being open by registration not sure what this means, which brings me to why I am posting this blog. I dont have lawyer on standby and the Alaskan regualtions are extremly difficult to learn. Little fine print like I just described is fairly confusing. There is alot of rules ten times more than any other state ive encountered. So I figured I would post this to here a hunters input on specific rules regulations on this area. I understand I should follow up on all this information and not trust other peoples judgment. gotcha, I will so please refrain from the "read the regs comments" I have and trust me I will again and again and again. I would just like some personal clarifications to help simplify the regs. information such as where a non resident can and can not hunt. what they can hunt and can not, what areas require 50 inch or 4 tine and which donot. what areas within areas you can not hunt or drive down or have four wheeler access, which areas have roads that are accesible, which require a hike form the road due to no access by vehicle ex . Any information on specific rules for areas throughout 20 that your familiar with or have learned form experience. pretty much anything pertaining to hunting regualtions in unit 20. Help us newbies be safe and legal hunters. I dont belive most of those who brake the rules mean to some times there honest mistakes and you need a lawyer to understand this stuff. I am a very cautios hunter this is just a nother way I learn by putting the regulations into simple understandable language.
Again all who read please double check the information before acting on the advise. (now that Ive covered this lets continue on)