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  • Moose Hunting with no wheeler

    I finally got back up to anchorage and now im planning my moose hunt. i believe that i will be hunting point mackenzie. It is one of the few places i have heard of that i can hunt with out beating up my truck too much. i was looking into knik since i have taken a black bear and have previously huntd that but do not want the glacier silt on/in y truck.

    are there any things i should know for this area or are there any better places not too much longer than 2 hours away. i go to school and work full time so i only have friday after 5 to sunday to hunt. i am loading up my rounds now and am just looking for some info on the area.. thanks
    NRA life Member JVJ

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    Lots of people hunt Point Mackenzie. However, a good majority of them don't get out of their vehicles, I believe. There's also a lot of moose out there, and some black bears. I don't live far from Point Mack, so I've been out there quite a bit this year already. Already spotted a few legal bulls out that way.

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      point mac

      Only thought I'd have for you is that visible land marks are few in that area. If you venture far on foot pay attention to your compass and/or GPS. Otherwise you could be making a cell phone call... "Well, I can see a big swampy area... it is surrounded by spruce trees... and a can hear a small plane flying overhead. Think you can find me?" Those who have been in the area know that describes pretty much everywhere out there.

      There are a couple radio towers that can often be used as reference points, but not much beyond that. Best of luck with the swamp donkey hunt.

      -Carnivore
      Everything that lives and moves will be food for you.
      Genesis 9:3

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