Alaska Moose Hunt 10724
This Alaska Moose hunt is conducted on the Southern Slopes of the Brooks Range, well North of the Arctic
Circle, where the bulls grow tall, massive palms long before they reach 60” of width, making for classic antlers well known for their powerful fronts and palmated brow tines. Hunters here enjoy success rates near 90%, with an average antler spread of 60 inches. Bulls have been taken with antlers up to 70 inches in width.
Bull Moose reach full rut during this hunt, and calling is very effective during both hunt dates. Archery hunters are welcome! This is an excellent opportunity for a multi-species event as hunters frequently have opportunities for Grizzlies, Caribou, or Wolves during the course of their 10 day hunt. Hunters will pay a trophy fee on secondary animals only if they are harvested in addition to their
Moose. Hunting styles are spot and stalk, float hunts, and stationary calling. Accommodations consist of
high quality 8’ X 8’ Arctic Ovens and Bomb Shelters with cots. Company owned light aircraft equipped with floats and tundra tires allow access to the best hunting areas and provide personalized support during the hunt.