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    Looking for anyone that has some first hand info on DM 922. I plan on hunting the last week of sept and camping at the arctic circle campground and going out from there. Anyone have info on this hunt from past years?
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    Anyone??

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    Had this tag last year, but had to come out to soon! It is best late season IMHO. Tons of camping at the Arctic Circle camp ground (I parked high in back), lots of ptarmigan and bear sign...all moose sign from the winter. I liked the Jim River area far better to camp with lots more area to hunt. Lot of road hunters driving up and down, but mostly near all the water. Best of luck and enjoy. Have a good camera...saw wolf, fox, brownies, and more!
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    I've had that permit too. Check out the Bonanza Creek area.

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    Thanks for the info guys, were you able to get off the road much? Im looking at running up the Koyukuk a little ways possibly...

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    We had a raft along but really never needed it. I would take one just in case. We either did spot and stalk or calling. Calling was how we got our moose though.

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    I drew that tag in 2006, saw two bulls that were a little small was wanting bigger ones in the 50" range and never seen another bull after those, alot more moose hunters in that part of the corridor, the more concentration of moose is further north up near the Koyukuk rivers, get on Gobblers knob and glass for a couple hours, you should at least see moose. I drew the DM920 tag a year later (2007) and tagged out on a 61 inch bull, and seen several big ones. good luck, take a bear tag, I chased black bears when I got bored and got one with my bow too, small 5 footer.

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    Thanks for all the info. Should be a good hunt. Taking the wife on her first bow hunt also to chase some bou

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