Moose Advisory Council Agrees to Moose Hunting Season

The Moose Hunting Advisory Council has agreed to endorse a season in which 10 Bull Moose would be killed. The group announced the agreement on Wednesday in Marquette. They plan on filing a report with the Michigan Natural Resources Commission in the next few months. The goal of the program is to allow a minimal harvest that would not damage the herd but would help to raise money for moose research. Licenses would cost $100 and be awarded by lottery. The Moose season would begin in late October or early November in parts of Marquette, Baraga and Iron counties.