I just opened the new hunting regulations, enjoy looking at the pictures of game taken last year, and I notice the picture of a caribou taken by a Jason Moorman at 90 yards, you see I know a little bit about this story, because when you look at the bou, you'll notice no blood where it should be--in the kill zone. So you are scratching your head and asking, well then, where did he hit it?? He admitted that he hit it in the pecker. So I am scratching my head, because I know how much he practices and his shooting abilities, which are at best average, and asking why did he take that shot??? But I am more baffled by the state agency, obviously from looking at the picture it is an awesome caribou, so why not just put a picture of the bou/hunter in the magazine, but no they state he shot the animal at 90 yards--so what really have they done--let people know that they can kill caribou at 90 yards with their bows--please tell me that this bothers some others here before I write the state.