Purt near but not plumb
- Aug 11, 2004
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Those bugs were full of protein...and you never used the bug spray...or I never offered it...but hey, let's not get lost in the details...!
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The regs for most, if not all areas in Alaska for non-residents is at least 4 brow tines on one side or 50 inch spread or greater (widest width at no angle.) That moose has 4 brow tines on it's right side (legal) and measured 63 inches wide (also legal.) A party that was hunting another spot that flew out the same day shot one that was 47" and the troopers confiscated the meat, antlers and I'm not sure what the fine is. For residents in the same area that we were in, it is any bull. As long as it has antlers, it can be shot by a resident Alaskan. Not all areas are like that for residents.First off... Congratulations that looks like a dream hunt and a dream animal... Wat yo go.
Secondly, I have heard that moose need to be a certain number of points or width to be legal for a non- resident to take. So I am curiouse, how many points would that be considered for that purpose? Do you count both sides? Do points need to exceed a minmum length?
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