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Are you ready for the adventure of a lifetime? An un-guided Alaska Moose hunt is not for the faint of heart, but if you are up for the challenge of pursuing a giant Alaska Yukon Bull Moose in the month of September then these hunts are for you.
Alaska Yukon Moose (Alces alces gigas) are the largest member of the Moose Family and are widely disbursed throughout Alaska. However, because of the vastness of the country Moose density isn’t overly high so don’t expect to see an Alaska Moose around every bend in the river or moving through every valley.
Successful un-guided Alaska Moose hunters are in good shape, they are patient, they take their time glassing and calling and staying mostly in 1 area so as not to spread scent. Big Alaska Bull Moose will travel great distances when looking for receptive cows, so when calling it may take 1-2 days for a bull to show up, so the key is to not move more than necessary. The Transporter on these hunts is also an Outfitter, so he knows not only where Moose are but also how to set you up to maximize your odds of success. (You can learn more about Moose and Moose Hunting skills by clicking on this link All About Moose)
- 10 day Outfitted Moose drop camp $6,500 per person min 2 people to book (Units 17 & 19)
- 10 day Outfitted Moose float hunt $7,500 per person min 2 people to book (Units 17 & 19)
- Includes Bush Flights to and from either Dillingham or Illiamna and the hunt area.
- High quality Moose Camp – Tents, Cots, Kitchenette and Food
- Meat and trophy transport to either Dillingham or Illiamna
- Float Hunts include rafts
- Hunt Does NOT include – Licenses and Tags, travel to and from your home and either Dillingham or Illiamna, meat processing and transport to your home, trophy shipping or taxidermy.
- Combo Opportunities – Black Bear, Wolf and Fishing
Email Shad@sashunts.com for more info on this Alaska Moose Hunt
Alaska Moose Trophy Quality
Hunters on average harvest Alaska Moose ranging from 56-66″ in size, however these areas have produced Bull Moose up to 74″ in size. These units have a 50″ or 4 brow tine minimum for a bull to be legal.
Responsible Un-guided Alaska Moose hunters must know the regulations and in these areas you need to be able to determine if a bull is a minimum of 50″ or that it has 4 brow tines on one side. Read this helpful publication from Alaska Fish and Game on How to determine a legal bull moose.
Depending on the area the Outfitter is going to have you hunting for your unguided Alaska Moose hunts, you will need to be in either Dillingham or Illiamna the day prior to your scheduled fly out day. This means you will need to budget for meals and lodging for the day prior to your scheduled fly out date and for the night you return from the field. Please coordinate your travel with Outfitter.
I highly encourage you to book an open return flight, or plan on leaving a couple days after the scheduled end of your hunt, as you never know what sort of havoc weather will cause. Plus if you successfully harvest your Alaska Moose, you will need time to coordinate trophy care and what you want to do with your meat. (Outfitter can make arrangements to donate any meat you don’t wish to take home).
I highly encourage you to look at purchasing hunt/travel insurance as you never know what can happen between now and your hunt. Several companies I recommend are Rip Cord, Global Rescue, and RoamRight