Debra (Corwin?) on the AC board has a proposal up that bow hunters need to pay attention to. If it is adopted, this will be a great opportunity for an archery hunt adjacent to a road/access, either sex moose, and extended from Sept through November. Since the idea is to reduce moose numbers next to the road that pose a threat to traffic, the hunt area is a mile wide corridor along the road.
The proposed hunt will start out with the regular open bull season. Archers will have the added benefit of either sex. Also much of this area is close to homes and dwellings which gives archers a bit of advantage over rifle hunters.
The season continues past the regular season so at that time there will not be any competition with rifle hunters. Right now the proposal is for this to be a drawing hunt.
Where is it? Well, you can sign up to get info on the next Sub Committee meeting on Hunting, go to the meeting, and find out first hand. Or you can wait to go to the next AC board meeting.