I was reading the trooper dispatches and there seem to have been large numbers of sublegal moose shot all over the state. A good number of guides were cited for telling their clients to shoot sublegal moose. One citation even had the penalty for one of the guides which was probation to have no game violations for two years. Another guy who wasn’t a guide had to pay $800. (favoritism?) No wonder people are not afraid to shoot small moose and the numbers of citations really questions whether people can accurately judge moose size. I cant help but wonder if the 50+ part of the rule should be removed and just brow tines used to determine legal size. Maybe this would cut down on sublegal kills. Either that or the penalty has to be increased and maybe people would be more careful. What do people think?