Moose Hunting News

Washington FWC 3 Year Game Management Plan
The Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission will consider adopting a three-year package of statewide hunting seasons and rules during a public meeting scheduled April 3-4 in Olympia.
Maine Moose Lottery Applications Available Online
The Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife now is accepting Moose Lottery Permit Applications online.
Minnesota Moose on the Decline
Northeastern Minnesota's 2008 moose survey estimates a population of 7,600 animals. This is similar to last year’s count, but related factors suggest that the population is continuing to decline.
Wyoming Big Game Deadlines Approaching
Moose, bighorn sheep and mountain goat hunters probably need no reminder, but the application deadline to apply for licenses is less than a month away.
Colorado Approves Big Game Season Regulations
The Colorado Wildlife Commission approved big game season regulations for the 2009 seasons Monday, during its regular January meeting.
Alaska Winter Moose Hunt in Minto Flats Area
Registration permits (RM785) for moose hunting in the Minto Flats Management Area in Unit 20B will be issued from 10:00 a.m. to noon on Wednesday, January 7, 2009 in Minto, Nenana and Fairbanks.
Vermont Moose Hunters Were 48% Successful in 2008
Vermont moose hunters had a successful October hunting season according to the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department.
Wyoming Non-Resident Big Game App Booklets Available
Some 56,000 nonresident big game application booklets for the 2009 hunting seasons are being mailed out this week along with 60,000 postcards to nonresidents who applied online.
Newfoundland Labrador Diseased Moose
The Provincial Government reassured hunters and the public that the ongoing investigation of reports of diseased moose on the Northern Peninsula has not uncovered any common illness or threat to public health.
50% of New Hampshire Moose Hunters Successful so Far
As of Wednesday, October 22, 2008, a total of 256 moose had been taken in the 2008 New Hampshire moose hunt (150 bulls and 106 cows).