Alaskan Moose
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Hunt moose of a life time at this remote camp in the Alaska Range. Physical and mental preparation are key on such a demanding hunt. With over 30 years experience these guides will help you to be successful as they cater to your needs. Shot opportunity is nearly 100% as you are hunting animals that rarely see humans. Create your dream 10 day Alaskan Trophy Moose Hunt. Dall sheep, moose, grizzly bear, caribou or black bear my be added for a trophy fee. Outpost camps provide comfortable accommodations in either cabin or deluxe tent camp including electricity, shower & heat. All deluxe outpost camps use of ATV/UTV/Raft/ river boat for transportation and hauling trophies and meat out. UTV Ranger 6X6s can even be used on sheep hunts to reduce some climbing and provide more hunting time. Master Guide/Commercial Pilot longtime Alaska Resident have 40 years of delivering success on huge moose in this area. Professional guides. On call Professional Pilot, multiple in house aircraft, Guides carry SAT communication with the lodge. Hunt dates are August 30 - September 10 or September 10 - 21 annually.


  • Species: Moose
  • Average Classification: 180 - 250
  • Shot Opportunity: 90+
  • Weapons: Muzzleloader, Rifle, Archery
  • Hunt Catalog #: XXAK003-2-19
  • Tag Availability: Over The Counter
Classification details:

Trophy Alaskan Moose 60" - 65" up to 70"+ Additional species available on trophy fee Grizzly 7-8 feet Large Caribou often making Boone and Crockett Dall Sheep 36-41 inches Plentiful black bears (limit is 3 per hunter)

Weapons description:

Most shots are under 200 yds however rifle and hunter should be able to shoot efficiently out to 400 yards

Archers need to shoot fixed blade heads and bee proficient at stalking and shooting to 50 yards

Available Dates

August 30, 2023 - September 21, 2023


  • Price: $35,000.00

Upgrade with additional species for: Dall Sheep $10,000.00 Grizzly/Brown Bear $ 10,000.00 Moose $ 10,000.00 Caribou $ 5000.00 Black Bear $ 1500.00 Wolf or Wolverine $ 500.00 Trophy fees only apply to animals not included in your base hunt Observer $13,000 may hunt from trophy fee list. Ask about Family hunts and adding animals

Group Options

Observer may accompany and hunt from the trophy fee list. Some exceptions apply contact us for details.


19C, Alaska, United States of America

Refund Policy:

Full refund if cancelled within 7 days of signing contract. Mutually acceptable hunter may be substituted.


This is a wilderness hunt set in the middle of the Alaska Wilderness. Gear is important. Alaskan hunts are tough. We have nearly 100% opportunity to stalk trophy class animals. YOUR personal physical and mental preparation will be the determining factor in success. You do not need to go fast. You need to be steady. Keep placing one foot in front of the next, onward and upward, and know it will be tough. We have had a 24 year old that was physically fit, he quit on day 2, and had a 72 year old hunter take a sheep, moose, and a caribou in 10 days. Be in the best possible physical and mental condition. Our guides will not run you into the ground or run off and leave you. That is not how we operate. We will hunt as hard as you are willing and physically able so long as it is safe.

HuntX Scale (Low 1 - 5 High)

  • Lodging & Accommodations: Cabin/Lodge

    Lodging & Accommodations Scale

    5 - Cabin/Lodge

    4 - Bunk House/Trailer

    3 - Wall Tent

    2 - Backpack Tent

    1 - Client Provided/Hotel

Outpost camps provide comfortable accommodations in either cabin or deluxe tent camp including electricity, shower & heat. ,

  • Menu & Food: Field Kitchen

    Menu & Food Scale

    5 - 5 Star Catered

    4 - Full Kitchen

    3 - Field Kitchen

    2 - Backpack Food

    1 - Client Provided

Quality food and plenty of it. Food is the fuel that keeps us going on a successful hunt. Home cooked meals to hot lunches in the field will provide the necessary calories and the enhance your hunting experience.

  • Physical Conditions: Heavy Hiking

    Physical Conditions Scale:

    5 - All Vehicle Access

    4 - Light Hiking

    3 - Moderate Hiking

    2 - Heavy Hiking

    1 - Extreme Back Country

Our Outpost camps and the UTV/River boat minimize the approach walking. Most of Alaska is tundra. Soft, brushy, muskeg swamp, rocky stream beds and gravel bars, difficult walking. Our use of vehicles saves your legs and energy for the actual hunt and stalk.

Transportation (To/From Basecamp)

All flying including the charter from Anchorage is included. Once you arrive at the lodge all flying is in the outfitters professionally maintained aircraft. All deluxe outpost camps use of ATV/UTV/Boat for transportation and hauling trophies out. UTV Polaris 6X6 Rangers can even be used on sheep hunts to reduce some climbing and provide more hunting time.


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More information regarding the gear is available upon request from your Personal Concierge Adventure Specialist HUNTING CHECKLIST NOTE: Most game is taken at 200 yards or less. A shot over 400 on sheep is occasionally required, moose normally under 200, bears 100-150 yards. □ Scoped Rifle □ Ammunition (40 Rounds min.) □ Gun Cleaning Kit □ Hard Gun Case (for airline travel) □ Bow with extra assorted parts (e.g, string, clips, etc.) □ 2 Dozen Hunting Arrows □ Padded Soft Rifle Case for transport in Super Cub and on UTVs □ Binoculars (10X40), waterproof (Leupold, Leica, Zeiss or Swarovski) □ Phone with wall and car charger and extra cable □ Headlamp and spare (don’t forget batteries) □ Sleeping Bag, rated to 0°F -10 C (We recommend synthetic or dry down) □ Sleeping Pad □ Knife with sharpener PERSONAL GEAR □ Sunscreen and Lip Balm □ Shower Kit and Towel □ Watch and Alarm Clock □ Insect Repellent (100% Deet) □ Sunglasses □ Prescription Glasses or Contacts (two pair) □ Head Net □ Books or Magazines (for bad weather days) □ Drinking Water Bottle (1 Liter minimum) □ Backpack, 4500 cubic inches minimum. We use mountaineering quality internal frame packs for all hunting. CLOTHING □ Merino wool or synthetic Long Underwear (2-3 sets) □ Pants, 3 pair (no cotton for field use) □ Shirts, 4 (2 heavyweight, 2 lightweight) □ fleece jacket or sweater windstopper is preferred □ Socks, 6-8 pair (2 pair midweight/heavy wool) □ Vest □ Puffy warm coat with a hood, synthetic or dridown □ ¾ Length Rain Coat and Rain Pants (Helly Hansen Impertech long guide coat works best,or other 100% waterproof fabric) □ Warm Hat with ear flaps □ Gloves or Mittens, 2 pair FOOT WEAR □ Gortex stocking foot hip boots, with Hiking boots sized to wear over the hippers and a pair of gaiters we use Outdoor Research Crocodiles. THIS SYSTEM WORKS! If you decide to bring something else you are at your own risk. Call with questions. We can help you with the boot system. Almost 30 years in Alaska guiding has proven this boot system. □ Camp Shoes (comfortable slip-ons, Crocs work great) □ Gaiters – Required on all hunts with Goretex Hipboots DUE TO THE DISTANCE OFF OF THE ROAD SYSTEM, ALL GOODS AND BAGGAGE MUST BE BROUGHT TO CAMP BY SMALL AIRCRAFT. SUIT CASES, RIGID CAMERA CASES AND HARD GUN CASES WILL NOT BE FLOWN OUT TO CAMP. IF YOU ARE TAKING MEDICATION PLEASE BRING 2-3 TIMES THE AMOUNT YOU NORMALLY TAKE (i.e, IF YOU TAKE 2 TABLETS PER WEEK, BRING 6 TABLETS). RAIN GEAR & OPTICS SHOULD BE OF THE BEST QUALITY. Camp is BYOB so feel free to bring your favorite adult beverage

What Outfitter Provides

  • The outfitter will have all necessary camping gear for you to have an enjoyable, satisfying experience.

What to Bring

  • A high quality sleep system will improve your ability to hunt hard! A quality sleeping pad and sleeping bag are a must. Waterproof down or synthetic
  • Your pack should be large enough to EASILY hold and COMFORTABLY carry your sleeping bag, pad, a change of clothes, layers to stay warm when stopped, rain gear, ammo, camera, small personal items etc. and still have some room left over just in case. Don’t guess, put your stuff in, and make sure it fits comfortably on you. The most critical factor in pack selection is getting one with a mountaineering style suspension system that FITS. TRY IT ON! Go into the store get the pack fitted to YOU and load it up with 50 pounds walk around wear it a while with your hunting gear on. Believe me if your pack doesn’t fit it is worse than underwear 3 sizes too small. DO NOT buy a pack based on a gimmick like a spotting scope/rifle pocket, camo pattern, fabric, etc.


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