Outfitter #060

Alaska Unguided Moose

Or Call: 1-800-346-8747

Description

This outfitter offers a few unguided moose hunts each year. They usually run about 75% success on mature bulls. In an effort to help every client be successful, they customize every trip to the ability and hunting styles of that clients. For an additional cost outfitter can provide all the equipment you need. Whether you just need food or the whole camp setup this outfitter will customize the trip to your needs. Here are a few things we recommend that can help insure the success of your hunt: Come between September 10 – October 1 (the animals are more responsive to calling). Allow yourselves at least 10 full hunting days. Learn to call before you come (we can recommend a few videos); it will typically pay big dividends in the end. These hunts are not 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. Also, if you are interested in a black bear, these areas have high densities and there is a good chance you may be able to shoot one.


Price

$6,995 + $160 license + $800 moose tag

 

Dates

September 10 - 14 Day hunts (you choose)

Accommodations

tent camp accomadations

Included

charter to hunt area, camp gear, food for 10 days

Excluded

guides, trophy care, packing of meart and trophy,

Transportation

Fly to Bethal Alaska where you will be met by transporter. Charter to camp.

Approximate License & Tag(s) Cost

$160 license, $800 moose tag, $100 wolf tag (pruchase online or in Anchorage prior to arrival)

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.

Unguided hunts are DIY, the transporter will not assist you in the field in any way. It is up to you to be able to set up camp, cook, take care of your trophy and meat per the Alaska Game and Fish regulations.