Guided Moose Hunts in Alaska
My 2019 moose season was a great one with lots of moose rutting activity. Above friends Corey and Deric, Aaron (packer), and I pose with their 60” bull that was called to us as the sun set on day 3 of their hunt. Our second bull was harvested on day 7 of the hunt.
I offer one guided moose hunt in Alaska with two hunters per year. When you inquire about this hunt, I answer your questions and I will be your guide.
Your hunt takes place on a tributary of the famous Yukon River in the heart of Interior Alaska. This Yukon River moose hunt is conducted during the rut when moose are very active and responsive to calling. We have seen up to 11 moose at one time with multiple bulls well over the 60 inch range mixed with cows and younger bulls on a hillside. Our harvested moose antler spread averages 55 to 65 inches. We target large trophy bulls. My hunting area has an antler restriction for moose harvested by non residents of: 50″ antler spread or 4 brow tines on one side.
I use small bush planes, from experienced transporters, for transportation out of my hunting area. I use specially designed hunting rafts as our mode of transportation during the hunt. We paddle down the river to prime hunting areas. These prime areas are back channels off the main river, marshy swamps, and mountain sides. From these spots we use proven moose calling techniques to bring the bulls to us. We typically spend 3 days at each hunting location. A moose will come to a call–it may be in 10 minutes–it may be in three days; but he will come to investigate the call.
This hunt is ideal for archery and rifle hunters. We typically harvest moose with-in 50 yards. I do recommend that all archery hunters also bring a rifle as a back up. There is times when an archery shot is just not possible on the bull of a lifetime.
My camp consists of top of the line tents and a cooking/eating shelter. Two hunters share a 6-man tent with cots. The tents are tall enough to stand up in.
A typical day at moose camp:
Rise at 5:30 AM for coffee and a light breakfast. We call for moose around daylight. As the sun rises we move to vantage points to watch and listen for moose responding to the call. Many times we will have moose near camp that responded to calling the night before. We usually eat a hearty brunch after the morning hunt. After brunch we head out to call during midday to “prime the area” for the evening hunt. This is also a prime time to fish. The river is filled with Rainbow Grayling. We eat an early dinner and we’re back out to call and watch/listen for responding moose.
This is our normal schedule, but we have had moose walk into camp while cutting wood, eating breakfast, or during all hours of the day or night. We have harvested 90% of our moose from camp.
* Airfare to and from your home to Fairbanks, Alaska is not included.
* License & tag fees are not included
* Trophy transportation and taxidermy is not included.
* Lodging in Fairbanks/North Pole before & after hunt is not included.
* Pick-up and drop-off in Fairbanks is included.
* Transportation in and out of the field (including meat) included.
*New for 2021* Trophy Alaskan Yukon Moose hunt in December. This is muzzleloader only-drawing hunt with a high success rate of draw. The application deadline is 15 December the year prior. Results of the draw are announced in mid March of the hunt year. This hunt is conducted 100% by snowmobile.
My September Moose hunts are currently sold out from 2021 through 2026.
My December Moose hunts are sold out through 2021.
I am accepting names for a cancellation list for sold out years.
- 6-16 Sep – 11 day, 2 hunters-1 guide, 1 packer, Alaska Yukon Moose (Raft hunt) $14,900.00 per hunter *INQUIRE*
- 6-16 Sep – 11 day, 1 hunter-1 guide, Alaska Yukon Moose (Raft hunt) $24,900.00 *INQUIRE*
- 5-14 December – 10 day, Alaska Yukon Moose (Snowmobile hunt) $14,900.00 per hunter. *INQUIRE*
This guided moose hunt is a multi-species hunt if you choose. You can harvest any other animal that is in season, and you possess the tags for, at no charge until your moose is harvested. Once your moose is harvested, you can continue your hunt for secondary species for $500.00 per day –No trophy fees. The secondary species that can be harvested are black bear, brown bear, wolves, and wolverine.
A non-refundable 25% deposit is required to reserve your guided moose hunt in Alaska. The balance is due 30 days prior to the hunt start date. Call me at (907) 378-1851 for booking information or contact me with further questions about my Alaskan moose hunting trips!