Moose Hunting News

Moose Draw Results Available
The results of the 2004 moose licence draw are available from 12:01 a.m. July 9 until Sept. 25. Hunters who entered the draw will be able to find out if they were successful by calling 1-800-459-3729 on a touch tone telephone or by going online. There were 50,566 applications for moose licences. The 2004 moose hunting season is scheduled for Sept. 23, 24 and 25.
Moose Hunt Permit Winners Announced
The adventure of a lifetime is in store for 525 people who have been offered permits to hunt moose in New Hampshire this October. They were the lucky winners in the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department's annual moose permit lottery drawing.
Moose Calf Survey Completed
Moose calves were counted in Lake and Cook counties as part of an ongoing cooperative moose research project in northeastern Minnesota. Biologists from Fond du Lac Band, 1854 Authority, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR), and the U.S. Geological Survey cooperated on the aerial calf survey that was flown May 24 and 25.
Second Public Moose Meeting Planned
Acting on strong public support and interest, the Colorado Division of Wildlife (DOW) recently completed a habitat assessment for a proposed moose reintroduction in the Grand Mesa National Forest. DOW biologists will attend the meeting to discuss the results, present background information on moose biology, and answer questions about moose.
DOW Completes Habitat Assessment for Moose
Acting on strong public support and interest, the Colorado Division of Wildlife (DOW) recently completed a habitat assessment for a proposed moose reintroduction in western Colorado’s Grand Mesa National Forest.
Moose Hunt Application Deadline
Hunters are reminded that the application deadline for the 2004 Minnesota moose hunt is Friday, June 18. Applications may be made from any of the 1,800 statewide Electronic Licensing System (ELS) vendors or from the Department of Natural Resources License Center, 500 Lafayette Road, St. Paul.
Second Chance for Moose Hunters
Hunters will have a second chance to draw a moose permit this year but there are a few wrinkles to remember. The hunter who takes a moose on a leftover permit or second drawing permit may not apply again in the regular drawing for moose. Whether the moose is antlered or antlerless does not matter for the purpose of this rule.
Leftover Moose Tags Available June 15
Sportsmen wanting to hunt moose this fall will have a second chance to draw one of the 64 permits left up for grabs, 12 for bulls. New this year, hunters are able to apply for leftover permit. Everyone is eligible to apply; once-in-a-lifetime rules do not apply.
Last Call for Moose Hunting Applications
If you want to take a chance on a Vermont moose hunting permit, be sure to get your application postmarked no later than June 1. Chances of winning in Vermont's moose permit lottery are higher this year with the number of permits almost doubled.
Moose Lottery will be Held in June
On Wednesday, June 16, 2004, the Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife will hold the annual Moose Lottery Drawing in Presque Isle at the Northeastland Hotel. The lottery is set to start at 6:00 p.m.