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Description

You'll hunt the west side of the Alaskan Range on an exclusive 160 sq mile private concession surrounded by State land. Accommodations on your 10 day, 1x1 guided hunt will be a cabin or white wall tents and or bomb shelter tents on a remote, Alaskan lake. Accommodations are equipped with comfortable cots, pads, wood burning stoves and all the amenities to recharge your batteries electronically and physically. Meals, beverages and snacks are provided. Breakfast and dinner are well balanced meals and consist of fresh meats, fruits and vegetables. Each day your Moose hunt begins after a 6 am hot breakfast. From camp you make your way to a high point to call and glass. Bulls are vocal and respond well during this rut hunt and can travel long distances chasing cows, so patience is key for success while hunting big bulls. Daylight last till 9 pm and you'll end your day with a warm cooked meal back in camp. Transportation and access to this camp is with large off road vehicle or ATV. Your hunt includes guide and packer, accommodations, meals and transportation during the hunt. The season is only 20 days long and only 4 hunters are taken each season. This in turn makes for a high success rate on a trophy bull.


Details

  • Species: Alaska Yukon Moose
  • Average Classification: 55 - 65
  • Shot Opportunity: 90
  • Weapons: Muzzleloader, Rifle, Cross Bow, Archery
  • Hunt Catalog #: 6851-01
  • Tag Availability: Over The Counter
Classification details:

This is a trophy bull moose area. In this particular area a bull must be at least 50" wide to be legal. Our 5 year average is 61" with a success rate of 80%.

Weapons description:

Outfitter suggests .30 caliber or bigger for rifle with 40 rounds of ammunition
Bow (minimum draw weight is 50 pounds peak draw weight)
Arrows (at least one doz.) at least 20 inches in overall length
Broadheads - at least 300 grains including arrow


Options

Grizzly Bear

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Option to shoot a grizzly bear for a trophy fee.

  • Grizzly Bear $5,000.00
  • Black Bear

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    Option to shoot a black bear for a trophy fee.

    • Black Bear $1,500.00
    • Non-hunter

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      Options for a non-hunter observer. $350 a day for 10 days

      • Non-hunter $3,500.00

      • Available Dates

        September 01, 2020 - September 20, 2023


        Pricing

        • Member Price: $26,000.00
        • Non-Member Price: $33,000.00

        10 Day Alaska Yukon Moose hunt $23,500 - 10 day hunt $2,500 - Charter fee (includes round trip and transportation of moose to Anchorage) $160 - Non Res AK hunting license $800 - Moose tag


        Group Options

        2:1 Moose hunts are available. $10,000 - trophy fee for second moose taken. $2,500 - Charter fee per person $160 - Non resident AK hunting license per person $800 - Moose tag per person Non hunters are welcome. Option to shoot a black bear. Option to shoot a caribou. Option to shoot a grizzly bear.

        Location

        Western Alaska Range, Alaska, United States of America


        Refund Policy:

        Deposit 80% refundable 1 year prior to hunt date. 40% refundable 6 months prior to hunt date. No refunds under 6 months of the hunt date.

        Description

        You'll hunt the west side of the Alaskan Range on an exclusive 160 sq mile private concession surrounded by State land. Accommodations on your 10 day, 1x1 guided hunt will be a cabin or white wall tents and or bomb shelter tents on a remote, Alaskan lake. Accommodations are equipped with comfortable cots, pads, wood burning stoves and all the amenities to recharge your batteries electronically and physically. Meals, beverages and snacks are provided. Breakfast and dinner are well balanced meals and consist of fresh meats, fruits and vegetables. Each day your Moose hunt begins after a 6 am hot breakfast. From camp you make your way to a high point to call and glass. Bulls are vocal and respond well during this rut hunt and can travel long distances chasing cows, so patience is key for success while hunting big bulls. Daylight last till 9 pm and you'll end your day with a warm cooked meal back in camp. Transportation and access to this camp is with large off road vehicle or ATV. Your hunt includes guide and packer, accommodations, meals and transportation during the hunt. The season is only 20 days long and only 4 hunters are taken each season. This in turn makes for a high success rate on a trophy bull.


        HuntX Scale (Low 1 - 5 High)

        • Lodging & Accommodations: Backpack Tent
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          Lodging & Accommodations Scale

          5 - Cabin/Lodge

          4 - Bunk House/Trailer

          3 - Wall Tent

          2 - Backpack Tent

          1 - Client Provided/Hotel

        Accommodations on your 10 day, 1x1 guided hunt are white wall tents and or bomb shelter tents on a remote, Alaskan lake. Tents are equipped with comfortable cots, pads, wood burning stoves and all the amenities to recharge your batteries, both electronically and physically.

        • Menu & Food: Field Kitchen
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          Menu & Food Scale

          5 - 5 Star Catered

          4 - Full Kitchen

          3 - Field Kitchen

          2 - Backpack Food

          1 - Client Provided

        Food, beverages and snacks are provided. All meals are well balance and consist of fresh meat, fruit and vegetables. Breakfast and dinner are prepared everyday. Lunch maybe a sack lunch or a mountain house freeze dried meal on the glassing hill.

        • Physical Conditions: Light Hiking
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          Physical Conditions Scale:

          5 - All Vehicle Access

          4 - Light Hiking

          3 - Moderate Hiking

          2 - Heavy Hiking

          1 - Extreme Back Country

        This time of year bulls are on the move chasing cows, so being patient and being able to hike is required.


        Transportation (To/From Basecamp)

        Transportation and access to this camp is via off road vehicle and or ATV.

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        Description

        Your hunt will take place in the Alaska Range. This is one of the most breathtaking places on planet earth. You will spend your days calling and glassing bulls as the rut will be under way. You can expect light to moderate hiking. Temperatures range from 20* to 60* F. Layering is the key. It's Alaska, so expect rain. Full gear list will be supplied by the outfitter upon booking.


        What Outfitter Provides

        • Food, beverages & snacks
        • Camping & hunting chairs
        • Lodging
        • Cot & sleeping pad

        What to Bring

        • Camp shoes
        • Bino harness
        • Weapon of choice with at least 40 rounds of ammunition or at least 1 dozen arrows
        • Towel & toiletries
        • Day Pack
        • Headlamp
        • Binoculars & Rangefinder
        • Gaiters
        • Hunting hat & gloves
        • Rain gear
        • Sleeping bag
        • Moderate to cold weather hunting clothing-layering system recommended
        • Thermal Base Layers

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