I have a trip planned in the fall to hunt Moose. We'll be floating an interior river for 10 to 14 days. I looked up the moon phase for this trip and it looks like we'll start hunting only a day after the full moon. Here in Colorado the Elk hunting is worthless when there is a bright moon out. The Elk tend to be nocternal anyway with hunting pressure, but by adding more light to their habitat it lets them get all their grazing and moving done before it's light enough for us hunters to dial them in. I was curious to know if Moose react to the moon the same way. Dose the added light in the sky help them avoid hunters and allow them to feed more in darkness? Will it effect the rut? And if so what are some tricks of the trade to get around this hardship?