Unit 20A is a perfect example of how ADF&G can screw up hunting areas with their micro managing.
20A was good hunting for the last 25 years, not to over crowded, plenty of bulls lots of cows, plenty of feed, It was not ready to crash,
Then the brain surgeons at FBKS ADF&G decided that there were to many cows, started cow hunts first, Then calf hunts, That increased the popularity of the area, which in turn increased hunting pressure.
Then they went to spike, fork, fifty inch or 3 brow tines
Now they say they have their target of 33-35 bulls per 100 cows, so what do they do ,have a drawing for any bull.
So now someone from anchorage that never in a million years would ever think of hunting in 20A goes through their permit paper, and sees any bull in 20A, wow I'm going to put in for that, that must be something special if it's in the permit paper. It's not ,it is a shadow of what it was before ADF&G managed it.
If they would have just put 20A back to any bull, no permits, everyone in the state wouldn't be looking at it as a place to hunt. And it would have less pressure.
I know nothing last forever, but it especially bitter when the people hired to manage your game screw it up this bad. This place will take years to recover, and will only do so if they stop the cow seasons. I'm not sure if the biologist know that the cows are the moose that give birth to the bulls.