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    drew the DM772 tag. Anyone have any past experience on that area and suggestions?
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    Shot a 47 incher there last year, all by my lonesome.

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    what's the best access? Looks to me like running the river or flying in to one of the lakes is about the only way. Also, from your experience what was the hunting pressure like?
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    It's a fly-in. Eagle Outfitters out of Delta Jct can fly you in. Shot mine on an unmarked valley just west of the Trident glacier. Nice place, however, I saw the only legal moose on the 8th day of a 10 day hunt.

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    Did you fly in with Golden Eagle? If so, how much weight were you able to carry in and out? My buddy and I have two any bull permits and have four of us planned for the DM772 hunt. Any suggestions?

    Thanks!

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    Go in late. 4 is too many for one spot. Split up into 2 groups. 2 hunters equal 3 Super Cub loads.
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