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    Default DM333 info requested & other reg hunts in the area

    ok- I've come to terms with NOT getting any draw tags AGAIN. Well, sorta. My better half got a DM333 & I'm seeking out any kind souls that are willing to dispense with info about the area & hunt.

    AND since I didn't get a tag, I'm interested in reg or harvest tix hunts in the area. My glorious plan was to bring out children for a fantastic memory filled adventure & I'd still love to salvage that plan. So, i there are some sweet places to try to harvest a critter- I'm all ears. (moose & caribou would be my first choice) And the season for the 333 hunt is Sept 1-20.

    Thanks in advance. It's been ALOT of fun reading the forum over the last year or so- I just hadn't had much to ad, so just lurked.

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    The general season moose hunt will be open in the same area and time as your spouse's hunt, but you will be restricted to shooting a bull under the spike/fork/50"/4 brow tine regulations whereas your spouse can shoot any bull. So basically you can hunt together - if you see a legal bull, you can take it, whereas if you see a bull that doesn't fit the rules for the general season, your spouse can pull the trigger.

    As for caribou, all caribou hunting in the area is restricted to those with a drawing or Tier I permit. You may see caribou, but you may not legally hunt them. Grizzly bears will be an option, though, as will ptarmigan.

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    thanks for taking the time to reply. I'd printed out info on other hunts in the area- but it's nice to hear from folks that know of other opportuinities in the area- or nearby areas. We've talked to people who have hunted nearby, but not that particular hunt. And of course, checked google earth- but NOT the same as talking with folks who have romped through the area.

    Last time we drove through (picking up a boat in Willow) it was Early May & barely outta winter. I suspect the landscape changes much over the summer. And thanks again!

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