Outfitter #067

Alaska Yukon Moose Trophy Hunts


Alaska-Yukon trophy moose hunt in the Alaska Range.  This outfitter takes very few moose hunters each season and is building a great reputation for offering some of the better moose hunting in the state in recent years.  The area he's been hunting is very rich in wildlife and includes a guide exclusive area that borders a National Park.  The moose coming out of this area is exceptional with near 100% success in recent years on bulls ranging from 55"-65"+.  No other guide and or resident hunter can hunt this area. It is exclusive to this outfitter and their hunter’s only. Several remote cabins and tent camps are strategically located in the hunting area.  Aircraft & large ATVs are used for transportation. They only take 3 to 4 hunters each year which makes for a true one of a kind moose hunting experience! The better your physical condition, the more enjoyable the hunt! Moose hunts are 10-day hunts.  Longer Combination hunts for grizzly and sheep can also be arranged.  If you are in good physical condition, your chances for success are excellent.



2018: $22,500 10-day moose hunt guided 1x1 plus charter

2019: $23,500 10-day moose hunt guided 1x1 plus charter

2019: $38,500 15-day moose/sheep/grizzly combo 1x1 plus charter

2020: $24,500 10-day moose hunt guided 1x1 plus charter

2020: $38,500 15-day moose/sheep/grizzly combo 1x1 plus charter

*WTA to collect charter fee with final payment.  



September - October


Back country cabins and spike tents are the main types of accommodations

Lodging, Meals, In-Field Transportation, Infield Trophy Care, Accommodations, Guide, and Beverages
Shipping of Meat/Trophy, Meat Processing, Airfare, Charter Flight, Gratuities, License, Taxidermy, and Personal Items


Travel to Anchorage, AK and stay overnight. We always suggest the Millennium Hotel.

Day 1: Charter into the hunt area ($2,500 round-trip)

Days 2 - 11: Actual Hunt Dates

Day 12: Charter back to anchorage on the 21st, and fly home that same day or the following morning on the 22nd.

  • In the event that you can book a late flight out of Anchorage, you can fly home that same day. Because it’s Alaska, we suggest giving your self enough time and plan on flying home in the morning.

Note: We suggest that you book a flex ticket flight in the event that both of you tagged out early and wanted to go home. Please include a copy of your itinerary if you have NOT booked your travel with WTA Travel Services.

Approximate License & Tag(s) Cost
  • Nonresident Annual Hunting License and 14 Day Sport Fishing License: $265
  • Moose: $800
  • Dall Sheep: $850
  • Grizzly Bear: $1,000
  • Caribou: $650
  • Black Bear: $450
  • Wolf: $100

Pay for license and tags in camp with cash only.

Physical Requirement Level

Level 4 - All sheep hunts, goat, most grizzly and brown bear, some mountain lion and elephant. The terrain and/or animals can involve some dangerous situations. These hunts will probably require extreme physical endurance and some athletic ability.

Additional Information
Approach: Spot and Stalk.
Equipment: Automobile,ATV/UTV,Boat,Plane.

The following animals can be added to any of the base hunts for the following prices provided they are within season. This fee is only payable upon pulling the trigger and taking or wounding an animal.

  • Grizzly - $5,000
  • Black Bear - $3,000
  • Wolf - FREE
  • Caribou - $3,000

Updated: 2018-03-20 21:44:39