10 Day Alaska Yukon Moose Hunt

Alaska Bush Adventures

We are a small family owned business that operates in a very remote and secluded area of Western Alaska. We have two main base camps each located in upper mountain river drainages which are accessible only by a Dehavillan Beaver bush plane with extended range fuel tanks on floats. Our closest camp is a 2.5 hour flight and the other is a 3 hour flight out from Anchorage.

We are one of the few Alaskan guide outfitters that offer as much specialized equipment for the Clients hunting transportation in the Alaskan terrain. Most Guide operations only use Super Cubs and hunt out of spike camps by foot. We offer Super Cub fly outs to spike camps as well, but also utilize 8-wheel drive Argos and 14' Jon Boats with 40 h.p. Motors powered by Jet drive for hunting. The Bear density in our area is high therefore provides us with liberal season limits of two Brown/Grizzly Bear and up to five Black Bear a year.

From 1990 to 2004 Alaska's Predator Control Program was put on hold statewide. This resulted in a proliferation of Wolves by some calculations, of up to 4 times the average number which provides a healthy and stable eco system for wildlife. During this time the prey quarry of Wolves, such as the Moose, Caribou, Beavers, River Otters, Squirrels, Ptarmigan, Grouse and many more species took a huge hit and over all their numbers dropped dramatically throughout much of the State. Fortunately for both big and small game along with the hunter, the Intensive Predator Control Program allowing once again a way to control the poplulation of Wolves by private pilots through permits was once again sanctioned and launched by the Alaska Department of Fish and Game starting in 2004. The plan was to increase Moose and Caribou populations and therefore improve the harvest throughout the state. At that time, the Alaska Board of Game approved three to start with and two of those were within the Central Kuskokwim River area of Game Management Unit 19. Fortunately for us, our Guided and Unguided hunts also take place in GMU 19. Since then a handful more of these Predator Programs have been established throughout Alaska. Due to the restoration of the Predator Management Program in our hunting areas, Moose survival is now much superior to numerous other regions within the State where the Predator Management Program has not been reestablished. We have witnessed and observed a remarkable and well-adjusted growth of Wildlife overall, as well as a healthy increase in numbers of Moose. When and where this program has been implemented, it continues to deliver additional stable and balanced Ungulate population growth. Fortunately, we are again able to appreciate the sound benefits of these sensible and effective types of Game Management agendas which afford a respectable stability for all wildlife species and deliver some great Moose hunting to boot.

Alaska Bush Adventures specializes in Brown Bear Hunting, Black Bear Hunting, Wolf and Wolverine.

Guided & Unguided Fully Outfitted Caribou Hunting & Moose Hunting.

About this trip

Guided River Jet Boat & 8 Wheel Drive Argo ATV Vehicle Hunts 1X1 2X1 # Days

Alaska Yukon Moose, Wolf & Fishing $18,500 $16,500 10

Round Trip Airfare from Anchorage to hunting camp and back: $1500.

WHATS INCLUDED IN THE COST OF THE HUNT

Logistical support and consultation before and after the hunt, including:

• Information on how, when and where to purchase your hunting license and tags

• Arrangement of charters and flights to and from main camp

• Shipping your trophies to the expediter in Anchorage or advice on how to take care of the trophy yourself.

The point of outfitting begins in our main camp. A fully outfitted and well stocked camp, professional licensed guide, and trophy care while in the field.

Additional costs you can expect:

• Non Resident Big Game Tags & Hunting License

• Round Trip Airfare from Anchorage to hunting camp and back: $1,450.00

• Hotel Rooms in Anchorage

• Freight/Shipping expenses to get your Antlers, Capes & Meat from Anchorage, Alaska to your final destination.

The best way to ship your antlers, capes & meat to the final destination is to become a “Known Shipper” with the Airline you are traveling with by contacting their Air Cargo/Freight Office to register with them as a “Known Shipper”.

Alaska Bush Adventures L.L.C. has been in business since 1985. Our goal is to provide you with personal service and success, while you are enjoying yourself in the great Alaskan Wilderness. Alaska Yukon Moose are the largest of the Alaskan Moose Species and are found across Alaska. An adult bull can top the scales between twelve and sixteen hundred pounds.

Trophy class bulls are found throughout Alaska, some of the largest come from the western portion of the state. Alaskan Moose occasionally produce trophy-size antlers when they are 6 or 7 years old, with the largest antlers grown at approximately 10 to 12 years of age. In the wild, Moose rarely live more than 16 years. In several areas of Alaska, Moose can produce antlers that measure over 70 inches wide. Although 70 inch Alaskan Moose are uncommon, our clients have harvested such awesome animals in the past. Mature Alaskan bull Moose with their fully developed antlers are very majestic trophies and with our experience of hunting Alaska Moose since the 1970's we can help you in

SECURING YOUR LICENSE AND TAGS

Nonresident and Nonresident Alien hunters must buy the appropriate metal locking tag before hunting a big game animal. Immediately after the kill, the tag must be affixed & locked on the animal. The tag must remain on the animal until the animal is prepared for storage, exported, or consumed. For animals such as bear, in units where the meat is not required to be salvaged, tags must be locked on the hide.

For our Guided clients we will sell you your license and tags once you arrive in hunting camp. Additional tags are available at our camp should you wish to take another animal during your hunt. Big Game Tags are not to be confused with Harvest Tickets which are required when hunting for Moose & Caribou. They are free & available at the Alaska Department of Fish & Game. Big Game Tags must be fastened or attached, & locked on a harvested animal around one of the antlers of a Moose, Caribou or Stika Deer or to the hide of a Bear, Wolf or Wolverine immediately after the kill and must remain there until the animal is prepared for storage, consumed or exported.

DO GUIDES RECEIVE GRATUITIES

Of course, it's entirely up to you as the Client, whether or not you wish to leave a tip for your Guide. Our Guides work hard to insure you have a successful and enjoyable hunt. Each person values another person's service differently and a generous tip for a hard working guide is always appreciated and the standard in the hunting industry. While each person must determine what amount to give, a 8-12% of the hunt cost is the Industry standard & will be greatly appreciated.

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Payment
100% paid in-person when the trip begins
Minimum People:
2
Target game:
Alaska Yukon Moose
Type of guiding available:
Guided
Weapon(s) used:
Bow
Rifle
What's Included:
Lodging
Meals
Transfer from/to airport
Transport on territory
Trophy measurement
Trophies
Tea/Coffee
Wounding Policy:
Wounding the animal is considered harvesting.

ABOUT THE LAND & LODGE

Property description:
We are a small family owned business that operates in a very remote and secluded area of Western Alaska. We have two main base camps each located in upper mountain river drainages which are accessible only by a Dehavillan Beaver bush plane with extended range fuel tanks on floats. Our closest camp is a 2.5 hour flight and the other is a 3 hour flight out from Anchorage. Big Game Hunting in Alaska is by its nature a potentially dangerous and strenuous sport. By making it clear for our Clients what one may expect while Fair Chase Hunting in Alaska’s Wilderness it will prepare you better to partake in a rewarding and a positive experience. Please read this information thoroughly and take it serious as you want to be prepared mentally and physically for Sport Hunting in Alaska.
Lodging Description:
HUNTING CAMP ACCOMMODATIONS Our River Base camps offer our most comfortable accommodations and offer one a great chance for harvesting Alaska Moose, Alaska Brown Bear, Alaska Grizzly Bear, Alaska Caribou and Alaska Black Bear without having to do the more strenuous type of spike camp hunting. You still need to be in good shape to have a more successful and enjoyable trip. At these camps we have large wall tents for dinning and common use with wood stoves for heat and propane burners for cooking. There are generators for power, hot showers, outhouse toilets and sleeping quarters with cots. In these camps we have satellite phones for communications with each other and emergency use. The Guides also carry video cameras to capture your hunt and daily activities for you to have forever to remember your Alaskan hunt. By using the Jon boats with outboard jet motors on them we can travel up or down rivers for miles to hunt and get into many of the smaller streams that feed the main rivers. From here we can use spike camps when hunting, or we may return to the base camp every night. This is can be very productive, as other hunters cannot fly along the river and land where we are hunting with our jet boats. This allows access to remote areas where mature animals inhabit that cannot be reached any other way. We are the only Guide/Outfitter in this area that operates on these rivers and streams in this fashion. Give us 6 inches of water and a chain saw to cut through old logjams and we can get to places never hunted before. Besides using Jet boats we may access the uplands by Piper Cub planes, Argos or ATV's. This way we can glass and hunt the higher mountain valleys, alpine meadows and open country for Alaska Moose, Alaska Caribou, Alaska Brown Bear, Alaska Grizzly and Alaska Black Bears.
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