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Posted by AkHunter45 on Apr 24 2006
I would check with the biologist in that area but I've been hearing the same thing for years as you have about the Mulchatna herd. Still though, I'd go anyways just for the experience plus if everyone else is headed for the WACH you'll have a lot of room to yourself. Not sure when in September your planning on going but I would recommend you go early as the later you go, the better chance you will have of shooting a rutted bull and let me tell you, you ain't tasted nothing until you've eaten a rutted caribou bull...........YUCK!!! Nasty is an understatement!!

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