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By Dan Rudy 

Changes adopted for next year's game regs


Alaska’s Board of Game adopted a number of changes for the upcoming regulatory year, which take effect July 1.

Of local interest, the

definition of spike-fork antlers was updated to read as “antlers of a bull moose with only one or two tines on at least one antler, a point or tine

originating within two inches of the base of the antler and less than three inches in length will not be counted as a tine; male calves are not considered spike bulls.”

The change was proposed this year by Wrangell’s Game Advisory Committee (AC) as Proposal 6. In its proposal,

the AC expressed its view...

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