Alaska Moose and Grizzly Bear Hunt 10486
This Alaska Moose and Grizzly Hunt is a remarkable adventure set in the heart of the Central Brooks Range, one of the most remote and pristine regions in Alaska. Specifically, you’ll be exploring the Endicon Mountains, situated just below the gates of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR). This outfitter has been conducting hunts in this rugged wilderness since the early 1990s, offering an unparalleled opportunity for hunters seeking the ultimate Alaskan big game experience. Your journey begins in Bettles, AK, where the outfitter will personally pick you up, ensuring a seamless transition into this untamed territory.
One of the defining features of this hunt is the intimate, one-on-one guiding experience. With only two to four hunters in the field at any given time, you’ll have the wilderness mostly to yourself, with the exception of fellow hunters sharing camp. This limited opportunity approach allows the outfitter to dedicate their full attention to each individual hunter. Accommodations are provided primarily through spike camps equipped with cots, lanterns, and a heat source, whether propane or a wood stove. Depending on game movement, you may spend several days in more primitive backpack spike camp conditions. However, constant communication via radio and satellite phone ensures your safety and keeps you connected to your guide. Float hunts are a highly effective method employed in this region, adding an exciting dimension to your moose and grizzly bear pursuit. The hunts are conducted between September 5th and 25th, with two consecutive 10-day hunts. What’s particularly enticing about this opportunity is that tags can be purchased over the counter, eliminating the need for a permit draw.
Moose hunters can anticipate harvesting a bull measuring between 55 to 65 inches, with a respectable success rate of approximately 75%. When it comes to grizzly bears, the odds are favorable, with an 80% success rate and the average grizzly measuring 7 1/4 feet. These are true inland grizzlies, classified as such by Boone and Crockett. During your ten-day hunt, it’s not uncommon to encounter around ten bears, and the presence of wolves is a regular sighting, sometimes presenting shot opportunities. No tags are required for wolves, and for those interested, black bears can be pursued on a harvest fee basis, adding another layer of excitement to this extraordinary Alaskan adventure.
Hunting Days: 10 Days
Trophy Class: 55+” Bulls, 7′ Bears
Style of Hunt: Spot & Stalk
1 on 1
Over the Counter Tags