The Anchorage Daily News put it this way: "The hunt is small and somewhat experimental. Hunters may only use shotguns or black-powder rifles -- firearms with normal trajectories less than 300 yards -- to kill cow moose. The hunters also must pass a hunter safety course and a weapons proficiency test to help ensure moose are killed quickly and efficiently.
Other rules stipulate that the hunters must:
- Drag moose gut piles at least 100 yards from any trail;
- Provide the location to the state; and
- Phone state biologists before and after the hunts.
Read the entire article in the Anchorage Daily News >>>