Premier Guided Moose, Grizzly Bear Combo Hunt in Alaska.

What sets this guided hunt apart is the accessibility and guarantee of both grizzly bear and moose tags, available over-the-counter.

Besides the trophy moose, one of the remarkable features of this region is the wide spectrum of colors exhibited by its grizzly bears, ranging from luminous blondes to rich, dark chocolates. With an average size ranging from 6.5 to 8.5 feet, these magnificent creatures promise an awe-inspiring and challenging hunt.

*Hunters who book a year or more in advance can be put into the moose and caribou draw.

If hunters draw a moose tag in 13e, it is a much easier, boat-based hunt around a 5 mile lake.

If you draw a caribou tag, your hunt will be conducted in 14b, and there will be an added trophy fee for your caribou bull.

  • This fly-in hunt is ten full days of guided moose hunting in Alaska Units 14B and 13E.
  • This unit has high densities of moose and grizzly bears. Tags are are available over-the-counter.
  • Three Brow Tine, or 50-inch antler restriction.
  • Trophy quality is amazing with 55 to 65 inch bulls taken regularly.
  • Hunting Season is August 25 – September 25.
  • Success rates are 75-80% depending on the season and opportunity rate is 90+ %.
  • Hunters can take wolves, wolverines and up to three black bears at no extra charge. So get your tags if you want an opportunity at these trophies.
  • Fishing is also included.
  • You CANNOT fly and hunt on the same day.
  • Moderate to Difficult hunts. Expect thick spruce with tundra and bogs. It can be hot, it can be cold and there will be bugs. Walking on tundra is difficult.
  • Any legal weapon is permitted.
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Schedule your flight to arrive early on the day of your field departure, or the night before. Late arrivals may not allow sufficient time for transportation to the camp.

Airport Pickup: This is not included in the price of your hunt, however if you hire our preferred charter service, they will meet you in Anchorage to transport you to the Palmer airport.

Charter from Palmer to Base Camp: Be prepared for potential flight delays, weather can always be an issue in Alaska. Your charter pilot will prioritize safety and will not fly in risky conditions.

Bush Flight to Hunting Camp: You will fly to and from camp via a float plane or a plane with tundra tires.

Departure Planning: Plan your departure from Anchorage for the day after your scheduled field extraction.

Pre-Post Hunt Lodging: Hunters are responsible for any pre and post-lodging arrangements in Palmer or Anchorage.

Weather Considerations: Weather can impact travel plans, necessitating patience during adverse conditions.

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The outfitter works with D and C Expeditors to handle all of your meat and trophy shipping needs.

They will meet you in Palmer or Anchorage after your hunt and will take care of your trophy by shipping it to your taxidermist, or providing the taxidermy for you, whichever option you want.

You and your meat will be transported to Alaska Sausage for processing and payment.

They will cut and wrap your meat per your instructions, and ship to your home address. They do an excellent job and are extremely efficient.

Meat Donation Option: We highly encourage meat donations. A transfer of possession form, available from the outfitter, must be completed.

*Partially butchered quarters of meat are not accepted for donation.

**The outfitter does not provide any butchering, boning or boxing services.

This is a great grizzly bear hunt.

The grizzlies in this area of Alaska have a wide spectrum of colors, ranging from luminous blondes to rich, dark chocolates. With an average size ranging from 6.5 to 8.5 feet, these magnificent creatures promise an awe-inspiring and challenging hunt.

Pre-Trip Preparation


  • Pre-Post Hunt Logistical Assistance
  • One Bull Moose
  • One Grizzly Bear
  • Up to three Black Bears, Wolf and Wolverine
  • Professional 1:1 or 2:1 Guiding
  • Early Pick-up after tagging out is an option, schedule permitting.
  • Hunters are not responsible for getting their meat and trophies back to the landing zone. Packers are provided for this service.
  • Your bush pilot will fly your game back to base camp at no charge.

Optional transportation Add ON

There is an option to add all transportation from the airport in Anchorage to Base Camp and return to Anchorage. This service will range from $600 to $1,000. It also includes a stop at Cabela’s before your hunt to pick up incidentals.


  • Transportation from and to your home and Anchorage, AK.
  • Client is responsible for their charter flight to base camp as well as flying antlers and meat back to Palmer and then home.
  • Hunting License and Tags
  • Meat/trophy preparation
  • Taxidermy
  • Meat Processing
  • Shipping
  • Personal and hunting gear. See the suggested gear list below.
  • Trip Insurance is highly recommended for any Alaska hunt. Get a free quote here.
  • While a tip is not required, it is very much appreciated, and staff often depend on them a supplemental income.


Weight limits are 120 pounds of gear per person including your weapon. This assumes the client weights less than 170 pounds.

Hunters will be weighed prior to flying into the field!


Hip Boots: Camps will vary. Waterproof hunting boots and comfortable hip boots are mandatory.

Communication Devices: Hunters MUST bring and manage their inReach devices.

Field Regulations: It is mandatory to adhere to Fish and Game regulations! All meat is removed from the field, leaving bone in quarters. Antlers cannot be packed to camp until all salvageable meat has been packed out first (as per state law). Your guide will know regulations, but it is ultimately the hunter’s responsibility to be familiar with all Alaska Regulations.

Early Extraction: Early extractions are common due to high success rates, but hunters must be mentally prepared for potential delays due to schedule and/or weather.

Physical Demands: The Alaskan wilderness is physically demanding, emphasizing the importance of arriving in good physical condition.

Logistics: Expect pre and post-hunt logistical communications from your outfitter, covering travel, tags/licenses, recommended gear, and meat/trophy care and shipping.

Take up to three black bears at no charge!

Hunters can take wolves, wolverines and up to three black bears at no extra charge. So get your tags if you want an opportunity at these trophies.

If you draw a caribou tag (ask us about this option) you can add a bull to your hunt for a trophy fee.

What You’ll Need to Bring

This gear list has been compiled from years of hunting all over Alaska as well as these specific hunting trips. It is designed to be tailored to your specific brand preferences to ensure that you don’t forget a critical item or bring too much unnecessary gear (space and weight is limited on fly in drop camp style hunts).

This hunt is on a 10 day schedule, that’s because moose are slow, methodical animals that require time and patience to hunt. This longer hunt schedule allows for pack-out days and weather delays.

Alaska is one of the most beautiful, yet unforgiving places in North America due to it’s volatile weather. Temps in September can range anywhere from 50-60 degrees F as the highs and potentially single digits-teens during the cold fronts that come and go. While the norm is 30-50 in the early season and 20-40 in the late season, hunters MUST be prepared to hunt in the conditions presented. Expect wet and windy conditions at some point regardless.

Most areas for Moose in Alaska are “Wet” by Alaskan standards and hunters must have the proper equipment to hunt in the terrain Moose live in to be safe and successful. The most critical items on your Moose Gear list should be Waders, Boots, Freighter Pack, and Raingear. All else is secondary.


☐ Base Layer, top/bottom synthetic or merino (2 pair) Midlayer, top fleece(1 pair)
☐ Underwear, synthetic or merino (2-3 pair) Pant, synthetic (2 pair)
☐ Puffy top, synthetic or down (1 pair) Puffy bottom, synthetic or down (1 pair)
☐ Raingear, top/bottom (heavy duty)
☐ Ballcap
☐ Beanie
☐ Gloves (3 pair, light/medium/insulated/waterproof/work glove variations)
☐ Neck gaiter/balaclava
☐ Lightweight bug net


☐ Boots (8-10” all leather waterproof type of boot recommended) Socks (5 pair of hiking socks & 1 pair Sealskinz)
☐ Waders & Wading boots (lightweight stockingfoot style w/ a lace up boot, waste or chest height recommended)
☐ Gaters (tall calf height)


☐ Sleeping bag (0 degree synthetic recommended) Air Pad
☐ Pillow
☐ Fleece beanie
☐ Lightweight cot


☐ Pack
☐ Accessories (weapon sling, holster, pockets, lids)


☐ Bino/Harness
☐ Rangefinder
☐ Spotter (optional on Moose hunts in our opinion)
☐ Tripod
☐ Adapter Plates


☐ Rifle/Bow w/optics/sight
☐ Bipod
☐ Sling
☐ Softcase (for bushflight, no hard cases on bush planes)
☐ Ammo/arrows
☐ Sidearm (optional on rifle hunts)


☐ Smart Phone & Case
☐ Camera
☐ Inreach (mandatory for communication with outfitter)
☐ Headlamp(s)
☐ External Charger(s)
☐ Extra Batteries
☐ Charging Cords


☐ Paperwork, Lic/tags/permits Cash/Credit Card/Checkbook Book to read on weather days! Toiletries
☐ Luggage/Hard Case (commercial travel)
☐ Extra Dry Bags
☐ Extra Contractor Bags
☐ Weapon Maintenance Kit


Field Photos from this Outfitter

Our family’s moose hunting trip was an absolute success! With my two sons by my side, we embarked on an adventure filled with excitement, camaraderie, and unforgettable moments. Over the course of 10 days, my sons and I managed to bag two magnificent moose, a feat that filled us with pride and a sense of accomplishment.

The memories of those successful hunts will forever hold a special place in our hearts. But beyond the trophies, what truly made this trip memorable was the quality time spent together as a family. We laughed, bonded, and created lasting memories that we’ll cherish for a lifetime. In summary, our moose hunting trip was everything we could have hoped for and more. It provided us with ample opportunities for adventure, bonding, and making memories that will last a lifetime. We can’t wait to do it again!


My experience with the moose hunt was nothing short of exceptional. From start to finish, the service provided was top-notch. The team was incredibly helpful and accommodating, ensuring that every aspect of the hunt was well-planned and executed flawlessly. Upon arrival, I was warmly greeted by the host, who immediately made me feel welcomed and comfortable.

It was an unforgettable journey filled with great memories, and I wouldn’t hesitate to do it again. Huge thanks to the entire team for making it such a fantastic experience


Booking Information

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.

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.