Hunting Camp in the Delta Wild and Scenic River Corridor

SUBSISTENCE HUNTING GAME MANAGEMENT UNIT 13

The Glennallen Field Office (GFO) BLM administers a caribou and moose harvest opportunity for Federally qualified subsistence users on approximately 770,000 acres of unencumbered BLM lands within Game Management Unit (GMU) 13.  Most of these unencumbered BLM lands are adjacent to the Richardson Highway in blocks both North and South of Glennallen, North of the Denali Highway and within corridors of the Delta and Gulkana Rivers.  Annually the GFO issues approximately 3,000 caribou permits and 1,300 moose permits. 

Permit Information

Federal Subsistence permits, including a designated hunter permit, are available to federally qualified rural residents during regular business hours at the following locations starting July 25, 2016:

BLM Glennallen Field Office                  
MP 186.5 Glenn Highway                            
Glennallen, Alaska                                     

National Park Service Offices at:

  • Slana Ranger Station
  • Denali National Park

All applicants must provide the following to be issued a permit:

  1. Current valid State of Alaska driver’s license or photo ID.
  2. Current valid State of Alaska resident hunting license.
  3. One current official document linking you to your physical address, such as:
    a.  Voter registration card
    b.  Electric or Utility bill (provided that is lists your physical address)
    c.  Current rental or lease agreement

Permitted GMU 13 Federal Subsistence Harvest Seasons: 

Moose:      August 1 - September 20 
Caribou:  August 1 - September 30  and October 21 - March 31

Caribou is open to the  harvest of either sex (Updated 8-1-2016)

View the full Subsistence Open Seasons Dates for all game on pages 65-67 of the Federal Subsistence Regulations booklet.

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POINT OF CONTACT

Federal Subsistence Coordinator

Phone: 907-822-3217

HUNT REPORTING

ENTER HUNT REPORT

Mandatory Reports are due:

  • within 5 days of harvest
  • within 15 days after close of season

Hunt reports are necessary for sound management and conservation of the resource, therefore permittees are required to return hunt reports, whether successful or not.  If you fail to comply with this reporting requirement, you will be ineligible to receive a subsistence permit for that activity during the following calendar year.