Revelation Mountain Outfitters
Revelation Mountain Outfitters is an Alaskan outfit owned and operated by Master Guide Tony Dingess and his wonderful wife Renee. RMO specializes in hunting the great Alaska brown bear, Dall sheep, and trophy moose. Other species, including caribou, black bear, wolf, and wolverine are available on a customized basis. We strive to provide the epitome of the Alaskan wilderness hunting experience for the bowhunter, rifle, and handgun hunter.
About Revelation Mountain Outfitters
Renee and Tony in the Skwentna River at base camp!
As Master Guide 214, Tony Dingess is certified to conduct hunts in Game Management Units 9, 14, 16, 19 and 21. These areas represent a vast array of different Alaskan ecosystems, from glaciated mountain ranges to the pumice covered cinder blows of the Alaska Peninsula, covering vast portions of the Chugach and Talkeetna Mountains, as well as the Alaska Range and the Aleutian Range, which is dominated by volcanoes and torrential weather systems. We are pleased to be able to offer an experience for just about everyone that can typically be customized, and will always be unforgettable. This is our business, and we are committed to ensuring that you have a fair chase hunt in prime country with top-notch professionals that hold the ethics of the hunt in the highest esteem.
Tony and Renee are both devoted Christians and for them this is not about religion, but relationships. They recognize not only the importance of family values, but look to the Spirit of Christ and the Scriptures as the rule of life, and the true source for all ethics and values! Their desire to run top notch camps, and to excel in everything is rooted in the simple scriptural text; “Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for men.” They encourage other Christian sportsmen to consider hunting with them, and of course all hard working hunters are welcome in their camps, though they do not have accommodations for female hunters. Whether you hunt with bow, rifle, or handgun, They can customize a hunt to suit your needs and hope you will hunt book your next hunt, or your first Alaska adventure with them soon, but for now we hope you enjoy the site
About this trip
Due to our inability to predict so many possible events, such as game management areas being shut down, transportation changes, etc., we prefer to discuss hunt prices directly with potential clients. This also protects us to a certain degree from our competitors.
Hunts often have variables that must be figured into the price, such as the number of individuals booking at the same time, locations, which can vary according to the desire of the hunter. For instance, we might offer a moose hunt for $15,500 that will get an individual into normal moose country, and this hunter has a chance to get an average moose, but we are not going to offer a moose hunt in the hottest locations in the state, areas that often involve excessive transport charges, for this same price. This is simply how it works in this business, that is you get what you pay for, and you can expect to pay more for the premium opportunities.
It is a known fact that the base price for any Alaska hunt is simply that, a base price, for everyone finds out sooner or later that other expenses do accumulate, and are often substantial. License fees, tags, and transportation cost to Alaska, and then in, and out of the bush are to be considered, as well as meat, and trophy processing. Outfitters that act as if they are doing you a favor by not charging you in state transportation, are just taking advantage of the misinformed hunter. We all have to make up for this cost, whether we add it into a hunt, or not, no one is flying for free in this country. To be perfectly honest, it is our greatest expense. To give someone a realistic idea of the cost of a hunt, just figure at least another 25-30% onto the base price of any hunt. Taxidermy alone can add several grand to the total cost of any hunt, depending on what you want to be done with a trophy.
Brown bear hunts can be had for $9,000 and perhaps even cheaper in some areas, but all of this is irrelevant if your chances of seeing a bear are virtually non-existent, and often this is the case, especially with so-called combo hunts. If you plan to hunt brown bear on the famed Alaska Peninsula, you can expect to pay $18,000 to $26,000 and more, depending on the areas, and outfits you talk to. Don’t expect to get a Peninsula hunt for the price of a hunt in the Susitna Valley.