Best Unguided Moose Hunting in Alaska
- Moose tags in this Unit are are over-the-counter.
- Hunting Season is September 1 – 30 for any bull.
- Trophy quality is amazing with 55″ to 65″ bulls taken regularly by our clients who go unguided moose hunting in Alaska.
- Success rates are 80% and opportunity rate is 90 to 100%.
- Black bear, wolf and wolverines are possible, so get your tags.
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The genetics in the area are excellent and so is the food source which makes for a healthy growing moose population. Moose densities in this area are considered so high by the Alaska Department of Fish and Game, that they are concerned with overpopulation and are allowing hunters to take ANY BULL the entire month of September! The average moose in his prime will be upper 50″ – mid 60″ range. This makes this some of the best unguided moose hunting in Alaska.
These unguided Alaska moose hunts have incredible success!
Our clients success hovers around 75% with an opportunity rate of 90%-100% depending on the year. These numbers are amazing considering this is a DIY moose hunt. The hunters who are successful get up before light, eat breakfast, and hunt hard all day. They eat lunch in the field, and return to camp after dark to eat diner. The day should consist of glassing and calling, while paying close attention to the wind direction.
These DIY moose hunts aren’t for everyone.
They can be physically demanding at times, so we recommend the hunters be in good condition when they arrive. However, if you’re the type of hunter this appeals to, the area houses some exceptional bulls. If that all sounds like too much, we do offer some incredibly successful guided moose hunts in this area as well. In fact, if you have the budget for a guided moose hunt, we DO recommend that you go that route.
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If this hunt sounds great to you, contact us for pricing and availability.
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