Alaska Moose Hunt
This Alaksa Moose hunt is one of the most unique hunting opportunities in all of North America. There are no thick forests or alder choked swamps, rather its wide-open rolling tundra. This open vastness allows for glassing for miles and miles. It is not uncommon to spot one of these big antlered bull moose from over 10 miles away. These moose hunts are by far one of the most consistently successful hunts in all of Alaska. Utilizing a fleet of 8-wheel Argos allows you to cover ground quickly. All Argos have enclosed cabs and help protect hunters from the rain and wind. Final stalks can range from a mile to as little as 100 yards. A legal bull moose in this area is 50” wide or at least 4 brow tines on one side. These hunts are shorter at 7 days, as it typically doesn’t take 10 days to harvest a big mature bull. The bull moose taken here are between 51”-70”, with approximately 35% being over 60”. This is a low volume operation with only 6-10 hunters per year. This hunt can be customized into an Alaskan Safari, as grizzly bear, caribou, wolf, and wolverine may be added for a trophy fee. The ability to tag multiple species on this hunt is very common. You could be in search of moose one minute and the next off on a grizzly stalk.
The majority of moose hunting takes place from various spike camps throughout the Seward Peninsula. These spike camps increase the odds for success. For safety reasons, all hunts are conducted in parties of two Argos. Therefore, all hunts are 2 hunters per guide with another driver or packer in the hunting party.