Federal Subsistence Board has approved a winter moose season with a harvest limit of one antlered bull on the portions of Unit 17C
Federal Subsistence Board
The Federal Subsistence Board has approved a winter moose season with a harvest limit of one
antlered bull on the portions of Unit 17C within the Togiak National Wildlife Refuge from
January 22 to February 4, 2014. The additional season will provide opportunity for rural
residents of Unit 17, Goodnews Bay, Levelock, Nondalton, and Platinum who were unable to
harvest moose earlier in the regulatory year due to poor weather conditions.
Federally qualified subsistence users may harvest one antlered bull on Togiak National Wildlife
Refuge lands in Unit 17C until the end of the season on February 4, 2014, or earlier if the season
is closed by a subsequent announcement. A Federal registration permit is required and will be
issued by the Togiak National Wildlife Refuge. Harvest reports must be submitted within
24 hours of harvesting an antlered bull. Unsuccessful hunters or those who did not hunt must
submit their report within 15 days after the close of season. Federally qualified subsistence users
who already harvested a moose may not participate in this season, unless they are participating
under designated hunter regulations.
Public Hearing to be held on Temporary Special Action Request to close the moose hunt in Unit 26C and 26B Remainder for conservation concerns