BAKO2 – Alaska Moose Hunt – Barela’s Alaskan Outfitters
Alaska Moose Hunt in Unit 19
- Ten-day hunt
- Good trophy quality – The opportunities are high for moose in the 60″ range. The moose in this area have the genetics for world class trophies.
- Bowhunters welcome –This hunt is also archery friendly so if you are an archery hunter this hunt comes as a truly exciting hunt!
- Combo Hunt – Add a black bear for a trophy fee.
This moose hunt is a great choice for bowhunters!
Most outfitters say they are bowhunter-friendly, but this one truly loves bowhunting. He has successfully guided bow hunters to trophy animals all across Alaska. From moose, to mountain goat, to brown bear, you can’t go wrong booking this one if you want to hunt Alaska moose.
Great Trophy Quality
Unit 19 has the potential for some amazing bulls with excellent genetics. For years the Alaska Fish and Game Department regulations in this unit have been either a 50-inch, or 3 brow-tine minimum. Because of this, there is a real opportunity for taking a 60-inch bull, or even larger on this hunt! This outfitter is dedicated to providing a great experience and helping you harvest the trophy you have been looking for. You will be tent camping near the hunting area, and you will have traditional camp food for your meals.
10 day, 1×1 Moose: $19,500 (Unit 19)
*Add a black bear for a $3,000 trophy fee
- 5% Military Discount
- Non-Hunter $5,000
- Non-Resident License: $160
- Non-Resident Tag: $800
*Prices subject to change without notice.
- 10 days
- Professional 1×1 guiding
- Flight into camp from Cordova and from camp back to Cordova.
- Tent and Cot
- Field preparation and care of trophy.
- 5% Sales Tax on final bill
- Flights from home to Cordova and from Cordova home.
- Hotels and any meals in Cordova
- Transportation of Trophy
- 10-15% industry standard gratuity tip
- Trip Insurance
Lodging and Accomodations
Your accommodations will include tent camping near the hunting area. The tent and cot are both provided by the outfitter.
All meals for this hunt are also include in the price of the hunt and you can expect to have traditional camp food for your meals.
Guiding for this hunt is done 1×1 . Your guide will be someone who is well prepared to help you to harvest your prized trophy. He has spent countless hours in the Alaskan bush and has guided all sorts of people. All of the transportation during the hunt will be provided. In some areas you may need to be flown to a certain camp but expect to do lots of walking for this hunt. After all this is a very remote hunt. Your guide will also take care of you trophy, both field preparation and field transportation.
Hunters will fly to Anchorage, Alaska where they will either Uber ($90) or rent a car to the Best Western on Lake Lucille in Wasilla. *There is a rental car company in Wasilla to return the car. If you are flying into the field on the same day you arrive, the pilot will pick you up at the dock behind the Best Western. Have your gear in small to medium sized waterproof duffels.
If you are spending the night in Wasilla, you can stay at the Best Western.
Note that the hunt is for 10 full days, but plan for 12 days as two of the twelve will be spent traveling to and from the hunting location.
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