Alaska Trophy Moose Hunt
Few things compare to a big Alaskan moose walking (or charging) out in front of you, it’s an experience you won’t forget.
These fully guided trophy moose hunts take place in Western Alaska in the Kuskokwim Mountains, Kilbuck Mountains, or the Wood Tikchik drainage systems. You have the option to turn your moose hunt into a full-blown Alaskan safari, by adding brown bear, black bear, and wolf.
In support of our moose hunts, this outfitter flies moose surveys for Alaska fish and game in the off season giving us an intimate knowledge of the animal’s populations, habits, range, gestation cycles, and overall health of the mature bull populations and survival rates.
10 Day Trophy Alaska Moose Hunts
- Moose tags in this unit are are over-the-counter.
- Hunting Season is September 1 – 30 for any bull.
- Trophy quality is amazing with 55″ to 65″+ bulls taken regularly.
- Success rates are 85+% and opportunity rate is 90 to 100%.
- Black bear, wolf and wolverines are possible, so get your tags.
- Option to add a brown bear on the fully guided hunts.
- Can NOT fly and hunt on the same day.
- Moderate to difficult hunts. Thick spruce with tundra and bogs. It can be hot, it can be cold and there will be bugs. Walking on tundra is difficult.
More Resources for this Hunt
- Camps, Expectations and Hunting Strategies
- Gear List
- Travel Information
- Read Hunt Reports and Outfitter Reviews
- Photo Gallery
- Booking Your Trip
Fly-in, Remote Tent Camps
You’ll be roughing it, but you’ll eat well and be comfortable.
- You will fly to Anchorage, AK (ANC), where you will catch a flight to Bethel.
- Your host will meet you at the airport.
- It is important when booking your tickets to Bethel that you arrive early in the day that you are scheduled to go into the field, or the night prior. Arriving later in the day may not allow you enough time to fly out to camp.
- It is important to prepare for flight delays. Weather is a major factor, and the outfitter will never risk someone’s life to get them into or out of the field. If such conditions do exist, be patient.
- You will be dropped off at your camp via float plane or a plane equipped with tundra tires.
- We recommend departing Anchorage the day AFTER you are scheduled to be extracted from the field.
- Hunters are responsible for pre and post hunt lodging. The outfitter will assist with room reservations.
Shipping Meat and Trophies
Antlers and meat/capes can currently be checked on Alaska Air.
It is the hunter’s responsibility to verify. If you are taking meat home with you, meat/cape boxes can be purchased from the outfitter. Boxes can be checked on as luggage and must not be over 50 pounds. Excess baggage fees will be charged by the airlines for additional pieces of checked baggage on Alaska Airlines. Bring a roll of bubble wrap, a roll of packaging shrink wrap, packaging tape, and then scavenge cardboard to wrap your skull.
Another option for meat is to have the outfitter arrange air cargo of the meat to a processor in Anchorage, as well as air cargo the skull/antlers and cape to Knight’s Taxidermy. This is more convenient, but also the most expensive option.
Meat can also be donated to local citizens or to the food bank.
You must complete a transfer of possession form (get one from the outfitter) . Partially butchered quarters of meat are not accepted for donation. Remember, it is the hunter’s responsibility to see the meat is properly donated or boxed for your flight home. The outfitter does not provide boning or boxing. The outfitter has an area in the hangar for deboning meat.
Interested in booking this trip? If you have not yet received pricing please request it here, and be sure to reference the trip number at the top of this page. Please note that reservations are not considered finalized until agreed upon deposit is received. This ensures agreed upon dates and current pricing. Quality outfitters are in high demand so let us know right away, as some trips do book years in advance.
- 1:1 professionally guided
- All transportation after arriving in Bethel, AK
- One bull moose.
- Wolf and wolverine can be taken without additional trophy fees. Tags required.
- Tent lodging
- All meals
- Field preparation of trophy
- Meat and trophy transport back to Bethel.
- Personal Gear.
- Transportation from and to your home and Bethel, AK.
- Hunting License and Tags
- Meat Processing
- Shipping of trophy
- Trip Insurance is highly recommended for any Alaska hunt.
- While a tip is not required, it is very much appreciated, and staff often depend on them a supplemental income. Learn how much to tip.
When you’re ready to book, if you haven’t already ask your Outdoors International Consultant for updated pricing.
If it looks good, your consultant will write up a booking agreement for you. Remember, our service is free to you. There are no added costs.