So I got a visit from a wildlife trooper over the weekend concerning a black bear I shot in June of last year (2009). Basically, he's saying I wasn't a resident when I shot it, and the fact that I had a resident license made it an illegal kill. Here's some backstory; I was born in Homer and raised in Anchor Point (although that has nothing to do with the legal issue), moved south at age 5 or 6, went to school in Idaho with summers in Homer until I was old enough and had the dough to move back full time. Moved the family up here in spring of '08 (I can document that), but didn't change my Idaho driver's license until April of '09. I bought an Alaska resident hunting license the same day I got my Alaska driver's license. That sent a red flag through the trooper computer system, although why it took a year and a half, I don't know. The trooper said I was supposed to change my driver's license over within 30 days of entering the state, and that's the reason for the concern. At this point I haven't been cited for anything; I had the guy talk to my lawyer, and that cooled his heels a little, but I'm expecting to hear from them anytime now. So I thought I'd take it to the AOD gurus and get a little feedback. According to the regs, you have to have been living in state for a year prior, which I was, and not be claiming residency in another state, which I wasn't. So what do you think?