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Subsistence Open Seasons

For a complete list of seasons for federal subsistence in GMU13, visit the Office of Subsistence managment website.

Species/Customary & Traditional Use DeterminationHarvest LimitsOpen Seasons
 Black Bear  
  •  All Rural Residents
 3 Bears July 1- June 30
 Brown Bear  
  • Rural Residents of Unit 13 and Slana 
 1 Bear -- Bears taken within the Denali National Park must be sealed within 5 days of harvest. The season will be closed by announcement of the Superintendent after 4 bears have been harvested.

Aug 10 - May 31 

 Caribou  
  • Units 13 (A) and (D) -- Rural residents of Units 11, 12, (along the Nabesna Road), 13, and Chickaloon
  • Unit 13 (B) -- Rural residents of Untis 11, 12 (along Nabesna Road and Tok Cutoff Road, mileposts 79-110)), 13, 20 (D) (except Fort Greely) and Chickaloon
  • Unit 13 (C) -- Rural residents of Units 11, 12 (along the Nabesna Road), 13, Chickaloon, Dot Lake, and Healy Lake
  • Unit 13 (E) -- Rural residents of Units 11, 12 (along the Nabesna Road), 13, Chickaloon, McKinley Village, and the area between mileposts 216-239 of the Parks Highway. No subsistence priority for the residents of Denali National Park headquarters

 Unit 13(A) and (B) -- 2 caribou by Federal registration permit (FC1302)only. The sex of animals that may be taken will be announced by the BLM Glennallen Field Office Manager in consultation with the ADF&G Area Biologist and Chairs of the Eastern Interior Alaska Subsistence Regional Advisory Council and the Southcentral Alaska Subsistence Regional Advisory Council.


Unit 13 remainder - 2 bulls by Federal registration permit (FC1302) only.

Hunting within the Trans-Alaska Oil Pipeline right-of-way is prohibited. The right-of-way is identified as the area occupied by the pipeline (buried or above ground) and cleared area 25 feet on either side of the pipeline.

Aug. 1 - Sept 30

Oct 21 - Mar 31 

 



August 1 - September 30

 October 21 - March 31

Moose 

  
  • Units 13(A) and (D) -- Rural residents of Unit 13, Chickaloon and Slana
  • Unit 13 (B) -- Rural residents of Units 13, 20(D) (except Fort Greely), Chickaloon, and Slana
  • Unit 13 (C) -- Rural residents of Units 12, 13, Healy Lake, Chickaloon, Dot Lake, and Slana
  • Unit 13(E) --Rural residents of Unit 13, Chickaloon, McKinley Village, Slana and the area between mileposts 216-239 of the Parks Highway. No Federal subsistence priority for the residents of Denali National Park Headquarters

 Unit 13(E)--1 antlered bull moose by Federal registration permit (FM1301) only; only 1 permit will be issued per household


Unit 13--Remainder -- 1 antlered bull moose by Federal registration permit (FM1301) only.

For evidence of sex requirements, see page 18 of the current Federal Subsistence Management Regulations

Aug 1 - Sept 20

 


Aug 1 - Sept 20 

 

 


Mandatory Hunt Reporting

Hunt Report Button that links to the hunt reporting website

Reports are due:
- within 5 days of
   harvest
- within 15 days after
   close of season

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