By Lars Dalseide | April 29 2013 15:15

From the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department - Vermont Moose Hunting Applications Are Available

Charles 'Tate' Moots standing atop a moose that he bagged south of Fairbanks, Alaska

Vermont moose hunting permit applications are now available on the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department’s website (www.vtfishandwildlife.com). Printed applications will be at Vermont license agents statewide in June.

Lottery applications are $10 for residents and $25 for nonresidents. The deadline to apply is July 5. Winners of the permit lottery will purchase resident hunting permits for $100 and nonresident hunting permits for $350. Hunters also will have the option to bid on five moose hunting permits in an auction to be announced later.

“Permit allocation numbers will not be finalized until a regulation is adopted this summer,” said Wildlife Division Director Mark Scott. “We are making the applications available now for hunters’ convenience. Hunters can look online at the proposed number of permits and Wildlife Management Units proposed to be open for moose hunting.”

The Fish and Wildlife Department has proposed 355 moose hunting permits for the regular October 19-24 moose season. The 50 permits for the October 1-7 archery moose season are set in a previous rule.

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