Every year for the last 10 years I've had at least one encounter around moose season with a hunter on my small farm (30 miles outside Fairbanks) who didn't obtain permission to hunt here, and it's gotten increasingly worse since the cow permit drawing was established in this area. This year I've already had two separate hunters, one from Palmer and one from Anchorage, scouting the woods on my farm, and season isn't even open yet. I've never had to involve law enforcement, but I have encountered some pretty crappy attitudes, and that doesn't help give private land owners a good impression of hunters.
I'm sure these folks are the exception, not the rule, but I just want to remind folks that just because you're beyond the city limits doesn't mean there's no private property. Please check the land ownership where you plan to hunt, and don't just assume it's open public ground.
For what it's worth I'm a hunter too, and I live here year-round and watch the game daily. There's much better hunting on State land just a few miles away. I won't give away my favorite spots, but I'll be glad to point you in the right direction and probably give you a much better chance of success. I imagine that's the case for most people in my position if you approach them with a friendly inquiry.
Hope everyone has a good season.