They do give tenative opening days. It varies widely by zone, but in general for 2004:
Deer-archery: 1 Oct
Deer-rifle: 1 Nov
Moose - archery: 18 Sep
Moose - rifle: 9 Oct or 18 Oct.
If you're a non-resident and want to hunt moose there are a lot of additional rules/tag issues that you have to be aware of. Most importantly, you have to be "a registered guest and actually accomodated at a tourist establishment. The outfitter must apply for an receive, on the non-residents behalf, a validation tag to hunt moose"
Reference another post - some outfitters only offer accomodations and tags (I looked into this for myself last year) and the regs don't say you need a "guide" - just be a registered guest and accomodated by a tourist outfitter. Most places were sold out up to 2005.
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When it comes to scent, there are basically two types; those that attract and those that mask. I've tried both on many occasions. There are lots and lots of "doe in heat" scents, designed to attract a big buck into range. I've also used a "cow in heat" scent while elk hunting.
Another scent would almost be better named as a "coverup smell". The main goal is to cover up human odor or mask it. Though I don't believe you can ever totally eliminate all human...