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The 2014 Oklahoma Waterfowl Guide is now available!
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Below is content from the 2013 guide.

NH Moose Hunt Lottery

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The adventure of a lifetime is in store for 124 people who have been offered permits in the world-class New Hampshire moose hunt, October 18–26, 2014. They are the lucky winners in the N.H. Fish and Game Department’s annual Moose Hunt Permit Lottery.

Moose hunting permits are offered to successful lottery applicants following a random computer-generated drawing in June. Your odds of winning improve every consecutive year you apply, thanks to a bonus point system. Entering the lottery costs just $15 for residents and $25 for nonresidents. Permit holders may select one person of any age to join them on the moose hunt. The N.H. moose hunt success rate averages 65 percent statewide, and much higher in northern areas.

New Hampshire has had an annual moose hunt since 1988. The availability of moose hunting permits, with some issued for every area of the state during the nine-day season, is made possible by careful management of moose populations. While moose populations and hence, permits, are down from past years, permits are issued at a rate that should allow the moose population to grow toward regional population goals. An ongoing research project being conducted by Fish and Game, in cooperation with UNH, will provide additional information to aid in moose management efforts.

Applications for the 2015 N.H. Moose Hunt Lottery will be available in late January 2015; watch huntnh.com for your chance to apply online or by mail.

For license/permit fees, success rates by region and WMU, a photo gallery of past hunts, and Q&As on the moose hunt and the lottery, visit huntnh.com.

Regulations in red are new this year.

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