This fully guided Alaska trophy moose hunt takes place in Western Alaska. In support of our moose hunts, the outfitter flies moose surveys for Alaska Fish and Game in the off season. This gives us an intimate knowledge of the animal’s populations, habits, range, gestation cycles, and overall health of the mature bull populations and survival rates. Few things compare to a big Alaskan moose walking (or charging) out in front of you. It’s an experience you won’t forget!
Spots are limited, so contact us for availability.
These are High Success, Trophy Moose Hunts
Unit 18 produces big bulls every season for our hunters. The chances that you’ll take a nice bull on this hunt are high, and the chance of at least seeing a true monster is fairly good.
Remote, Fly-in Camps
You’ll be roughing it, but you’ll eat well and be comfortable.
Make it a Combo Hunt
You also have the option to turn your moose hunt into a full-blown Alaskan safari. You can add multiple species including brown bear, black bear, and wolf. If you choose to add additional species we recommend a 12-day or 14 day hunt.
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Clint Stephenson –
My guide was amazing, but he could have been better at taking pictures (I know that I’m starting to get very picky).
Blake Randig –
My moose hunt was a blast from the word go. Great outfitter, from the pilots to the guys working at the hanger. Couldn’t have asked for a better hunt.
Barry Cook –
On my 10 day Alaska moose hunt I chose to use a bow and arrow, which made the hunt more challenging. I wasn’t able to pull off a moose, but did manage to get a 7ft grizzly bear at 32 yds.
We saw a ton of moose and made several attempts to get one. Just always came up short. That’s hunting though. The guides and outfitter were very accommodating and offered longer time for me to get a moose, but had to leave for work reasons.