We're in the dog days of summer and I'm planning to get out scouting for my fall moose hunt in southeast NH. Our season here is Oct 16th-24th. I believe that is the tail end of the rut, maybe post-rut. The areas we'll be concentrating on are the larger tracts of wooded property in the unit. This is NH so there are plenty of swamps, ooops..... I mean "wetlands". I expect we'll be able to find some moose around this summer. The question I have is, "Will they inhabit the same summer habitat in the rut/post-rut time frame?" Since the area I'll be hunting in is pretty developed, I expect the moose don't range as far as they might in the deep woods. What do the moose do in the big woods? Do you still find them around water in the post-rut or do they head for the hills? There isn't a lot of logging activity in this unit so that eliminates that type of moose magnet. What do the moose experts have to say?