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Sounds like a good decision: No moose hunting this year (and likely years following.) Give the moose population every possible break and hope it stabilizes. With warming climate, the moose in those areas are in serious danger.

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Sounds like the moose on Isle Royale had a good year though, lots of young ones being seen.
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