In the early 1940's, 700,000 acres of the Kenai Peninsula were set aside by President Franklin Roosevelt as the Kenai National Moose Range. This was as a result of reports by national and international big-game hunters who found an abundance of these great animals with over 60-inch racks. No game laws were in effect at the time.
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