Alaska Moose and Grizzly Bear Hunt in Central Brooks Range: Hunt moose and grizzly bears in the Central Brooks Range, an extremely remote and unspoiled part of Alaska. You are hunting the Endicon Mountains, just below the gates of the ANWR where this outfitter has been hunting since the early 1990’s. Fly to Bettles, AK where the outfitter will pick you up. All hunters are guided one on one and there are typically between two and four hunters in the field at any time. The only other hunters you can expect to see are those you may be sharing camp with. This is a limited opportunity, usually only a handful of moose and grizzly hunters are taken each fall, allowing the outfitter to concentrate on each individual hunter. Accommodations are primarily from spike camps equipped with cots, lanterns, and a heat source – either propane or woodstove. Depending on game movement, hunters may spend several days in more primitive backpack spike camp conditions but guides are in routine communication through radio and satellite phone. Float hunts are a very effective way to hunt moose in this area and a method they use commonly. These hunts take place between September 5-25. With two 10 day hunts back to back. Tags can be purchased over the counter, offering hunters premier moose hunt without having to draw for a permit. Moose hunters can expect to harvest a bull between 55 to 65 inches with a success rate of around 75%. Most of the times it is a matter of looking for a bull you want in a location that it can be extracted. Success on the grizzly runs around 80% with an average grizzly measuring 7 1/4 feet. These bears are true inland grizzlies, and are classified as such for B&C. A hunter normally sees around ten bears in a ten day hunt, but like all bear hunting you might see three one day and then none for two days. Wolves are commonly seen and sometimes present shot opportunities. No tags are needed for wolves. Black bear may be taken on a harvest fee basis.