The key to taking a great moose in Alaska is to hire a great outfitter. This will will get you into remote country that holds high numbers of quality bulls, and has little resident hunting pressure. If you’re serious about booking a hunt, you owe it to yourself to hunt Alaska moose with a vetted OUTDOORS INTERNATIONAL outfitter.
In Alaska, moose live in a large area ranging from the Stikine River in Southeast Alaska all the way to the Colville River on the Arctic Slope. They are especially abundant on timberline plateaus; along the major rivers of Southcentral and Interior Alaska; and in recently burned areas that have generated dense stands of willow, aspen, and birch shrubs.
Our moose hunters average an 80% to 90% success rate yearly on trophy bulls in Alaska.
- About 175,000 to 200,000 moose are widely distributed throughout Alaska.
- There are lots of good units with over-the-counter moose tags in Alaska. However, you can slightly increase your odds by drawing a tag in a controlled unit.
- Alaska is all about remoteness. On our hunts, you’ll fly into a backcountry camp with little to no hunting pressure from residents.
- A good bull measuring 60 inches is always the goal. However, our hunters sometimes take a larger bull up to, and over 70 inches!
- Combo hunts are the norm, which can save you some money on your hunt.
- We do have a very limited number of unguided, DIY moose hunts available.
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