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Posted by Hoyt on Apr 25 2006
......lots of local people.  There will be pressure for moose in that area.  You may run into bear in that area also.  With a major road system running through that area, one should expect some pressure.  However, just because there is some pressure in that area doesnít mean that you couldn't be successful.  I've seen many a moose in that area, and I believe that itís a any bull area.  If youíre from around here (Fairbanks area) not a bad place to go look for moose, but if your coming here from another state, there are lots of other places I would go.

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