What kind of BS is going on with this Kenai Federal Subsistance Moose hunt? I work with a guy who has a father in Ninilchik who shot a 66" bull at the end of October on some Federal subsistance hunt for rural residents on the Kenai Peninsula. When did Ninilchik become rural? You can be at Fred Meyer's in Soldotna in 30 minutes. To make it worse, he shot it on Federal Land on Funny River Road just outside of Soldotna. What do we need to do to halt this kind of !@#$ hunting. If you can't legally harvest a moose during the month long moose season, you sure don't need to be picking on the bulls while they are vulnerable at the end of the rut. I don't want to sound like I'm whining because I can't subsistance hunt (my son and I both harvested moose this fall around Homer during regular season), I'm just pissed because a Federal Hunt like this exists.