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    Anyone have a copy of the changes to the hunting regs? A link possibly? Or perhaps take a picture and attach it somehow?

    Thanks!

  • #2
    Are you talking for 21/22? I didn't think we got those until the new reg books come out...

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    • #3
      Originally posted by AudiAK View Post
      Are you talking for 21/22? I didn't think we got those until the new reg books come out...
      Yeah, usually this time of year there is a flyer that the fish and game has with a list of all the changes to the hunting regs. I could probably just drive over to Palmer to pick one up, but I was just hoping to save a trip. Doesn't sounds like anyone on here has a copy, or maybe they do but they don't feel like sharing. No big deal.

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      • #4
        It is available online (Hard to copy):

        This is a summary of changes adopted by the Alaska Board of Game for regulatory year 2020-2021. This is not a comprehensive list of all the detailed changes. It is your responsibility to read the Alaska Hunting Regulations carefully for complete information. Changes to existing hunts and new hunts are shown in red throughout this regulation book. Predator Control Supplements are available online at: http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/index.cfm...gulations.main. BEAR BAITING Unit 18: Extended the spring bear baiting season. Unit 21C: Opened a fall baiting season. Unit 25C: Allowed brown bears to be taken over bait. BISON Units 19: Modified salvage requirements for bison by requiring the meat to be left on the bone prior to Oct 1. BROWN BEAR Unit 18: Extended the season to close June 30. Unit 21: Increased the resident bag limit to two bears every regulatory year. Unit 22B, 22C: Extended seasons and required registration permit in 22C. Unit 22D, 22E: Extended seasons and increased resident bag limit to two bears every regulatory year. Unit 24A: Opened season July 25. Unit 24B: Increased the resident bag limit to two bears every regulatory year. Unit 26A: Increased the resident bag limit to two bears every regulatory year. CARIBOU Units 19, 21A, 21E: Modified salvage requirements for caribou by requiring the meat to be left on the bone prior to Oct 1. Units 19D, 21A, portion of 21B: Created a winter registration hunt for antlerless caribou. Units 22, 23, 26A: Removed the restriction on the harvest of calves. Unit 23: Extended resident season for bulls. Unit 26B remainder: Increased resident bag limit from two to four bulls. MOOSE Unit 18 remainder: Extended resident season to April 30. Unit 18, RM615: Extended season and modified bag limit to allow for proxy hunting. Units 19, 21A, 21E: Modified salvage requirements for moose by requiring the meat to be left on the bone prior to Oct 1. Unit 19C: Required a registration permit. Unit 19D East: Created a resident only winter registration hunt. Portion of Unit 20C: Created a resident only youth hunt Aug 25- Aug 31. Unit 21A: Required a registration permit. Units 21A, 21E: Required a hunter orientation for nonresidents. Unit 21E: Created a resident only, winter registration hunt. Unit 22: Changed availability of registration permits. Unit 22A: Modified hunt boundaries. Unit 22D, remainder: Required registration permits and modified the winter season dates. Unit 24B, Kanuti Controlled Use Area: Extended the resident season. Unit 25C: Added an antler restriction for nonresidents. MUSKOX Unit 18, Nunivak and Nelson Island: Extended the seasons. SHEEP Units 24A, 25A, 26B, Dalton Hwy Corridor Management Area: Extended the season to Oct 5. Units 25A, 26C, RS595: Reduced the bag limit. WOLF Units 12, 19, remainder of 20, 21, 24, 25, 26B, 26C: Modified season dates. SMALL GAME Unit 18: Reduced bag limit for ptarmigan. Units 18, 22, 23: Modified season, bag limit and salvage requirements for Alaska hare. Unit 20A, Healy-Lignite Management Area: Allowed the use of shotguns for small game hunting. Unit 20D, west of east bank of Johnson River, south of north bank of Tanana River: Reduced bag and possession limit for grouse. MISCELLANEOUS Units 12, 19-21, 24-25, 26B, and 26C: Prohibited the use of moose, caribou, and reindeer urine as scent lures. Unit 20A, Yanert Controlled Use Area: Specified the closure is in effect Aug 1-Oct 31

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Daveinthebush View Post
          It is available online (Hard to copy):

          This is a summary of changes adopted by the Alaska Board of Game for regulatory year 2020-2021. This is not a comprehensive list of all the detailed changes. It is your responsibility to read the Alaska Hunting Regulations carefully for complete information. Changes to existing hunts and new hunts are shown in red throughout this regulation book. Predator Control Supplements are available online at: http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/index.cfm...gulations.main. BEAR BAITING Unit 18: Extended the spring bear baiting season. Unit 21C: Opened a fall baiting season. Unit 25C: Allowed brown bears to be taken over bait. BISON Units 19: Modified salvage requirements for bison by requiring the meat to be left on the bone prior to Oct 1. BROWN BEAR Unit 18: Extended the season to close June 30. Unit 21: Increased the resident bag limit to two bears every regulatory year. Unit 22B, 22C: Extended seasons and required registration permit in 22C. Unit 22D, 22E: Extended seasons and increased resident bag limit to two bears every regulatory year. Unit 24A: Opened season July 25. Unit 24B: Increased the resident bag limit to two bears every regulatory year. Unit 26A: Increased the resident bag limit to two bears every regulatory year. CARIBOU Units 19, 21A, 21E: Modified salvage requirements for caribou by requiring the meat to be left on the bone prior to Oct 1. Units 19D, 21A, portion of 21B: Created a winter registration hunt for antlerless caribou. Units 22, 23, 26A: Removed the restriction on the harvest of calves. Unit 23: Extended resident season for bulls. Unit 26B remainder: Increased resident bag limit from two to four bulls. MOOSE Unit 18 remainder: Extended resident season to April 30. Unit 18, RM615: Extended season and modified bag limit to allow for proxy hunting. Units 19, 21A, 21E: Modified salvage requirements for moose by requiring the meat to be left on the bone prior to Oct 1. Unit 19C: Required a registration permit. Unit 19D East: Created a resident only winter registration hunt. Portion of Unit 20C: Created a resident only youth hunt Aug 25- Aug 31. Unit 21A: Required a registration permit. Units 21A, 21E: Required a hunter orientation for nonresidents. Unit 21E: Created a resident only, winter registration hunt. Unit 22: Changed availability of registration permits. Unit 22A: Modified hunt boundaries. Unit 22D, remainder: Required registration permits and modified the winter season dates. Unit 24B, Kanuti Controlled Use Area: Extended the resident season. Unit 25C: Added an antler restriction for nonresidents. MUSKOX Unit 18, Nunivak and Nelson Island: Extended the seasons. SHEEP Units 24A, 25A, 26B, Dalton Hwy Corridor Management Area: Extended the season to Oct 5. Units 25A, 26C, RS595: Reduced the bag limit. WOLF Units 12, 19, remainder of 20, 21, 24, 25, 26B, 26C: Modified season dates. SMALL GAME Unit 18: Reduced bag limit for ptarmigan. Units 18, 22, 23: Modified season, bag limit and salvage requirements for Alaska hare. Unit 20A, Healy-Lignite Management Area: Allowed the use of shotguns for small game hunting. Unit 20D, west of east bank of Johnson River, south of north bank of Tanana River: Reduced bag and possession limit for grouse. MISCELLANEOUS Units 12, 19-21, 24-25, 26B, and 26C: Prohibited the use of moose, caribou, and reindeer urine as scent lures. Unit 20A, Yanert Controlled Use Area: Specified the closure is in effect Aug 1-Oct 31
          Thanks Davinthebush, if you don't mind me asking, where did you find a copy online? I tried looking for it.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Bushwhack Jack View Post
            <br/><br/>Thanks Davinthebush, if you don't mind me asking, where did you find a copy online? I tried looking for it.
            <br/><br/>We’re you looking for 20/21 or 21/22? That one posted above is for last year, 20/21.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by anchskier View Post
              <br/><br/>We’re you looking for 20/21 or 21/22? That one posted above is for last year, 20/21.
              Yeah, we need the newest copy for sure!

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