We hunt the big Alaska-Yukon Moose on the Alaska Peninsula on private native land concession in the heart of big moose country near Katmai National Park and Preserve. Alaska Peninsula is the best area in the world to hunt big trophy bull moose.
The Alaska-Yukon Moose are the largest subspecies of moose within North America. In this area, trophy bull moose exceed over 60” in antler spread, with a few over 70”. Nothing can get your heart rate to jump faster than seeing a moose, standing over 6 feet at the shoulders, being enticed by your guide’s call and raking during the rut.
We have one of the largest hunting concession on the Alaska Peninsula for Moose in prime moose habitat. We manage our concession for the best trophy quality and overall population for our clients. We have a very high density of moose in our area to provide ample opportunities for our hunters.
Typically, hunters see 10 to 15 plus moose while on their hunt. Hunts are staged from our base camp and spike camps which have heated Arctic Oven tents and Kitchen tents. We provide safe, comfortable, and highly successful trophy hunts.
We hunt on ridges for best vantage points overlooking vast drainages and hillsides in prime moose areas and glass for the flash of magnificent moose antlers. We use calling and spot-and-stalk to harvest older mature bulls. Method of take is rifle. Success rate on big Alaska Peninsula for big moose is extremely high. Black Bear and Wolverine are available for trophy fees. Wolf is species of opportunity and available at no charge.
$20,000. Fully guided (1X1) plus packer, 8-day hunt with 2-travel days.
Non-hunter/Videographer: $6,500 per person.
Black Bear trophy fee: $3,500.
Wolverine trophy fee: $2,500.
Wolf: no trophy fee.
Dates: September 8 - 15.
Hunt includes: Professional guide service, accommodations (heated Arctic Oven tents), all meals and beverages, use of equipment, transportation in the field, trophy field preparation, and field care of trophy game meat.
What to bring: See Trip Planner, gear list. Reminder, leave rifle hard case and travel clothes bag with air transporter. Packing: recommend hunters pack personal gear in multiple small waterproof bags for easy transport on small air charter planes.
Travel: Arrival and departure point is Homer Airport, Anchorage, Alaska, where you will be met at the airport. Clients are responsible for commercial airline travel to and from Homer and air charter service to/from base camp. We suggest you arrive 1-2 days prior to your hunt commencing, to purchase Alaska hunting license, Moose tag, registration permit, any additional hunting gear or personal items you may need. We will assist clients in coordinating air charter service to/from base camp as there are several options we will consider. Air charter flights have passenger and weight restrictions. You may not hunt on the same-day-airborne. For departure schedule, recommend 1-2 days in Anchorage for taxidermy trophy care or expediting trophy from Alaska to taxidermist of your choice. We recommend purchasing airline tickets with flexible change policies in the event of inclement weather or unforeseen circumstances that may affect your airline travel.
Alaska Hunting License, Game Locking Tags, and Registration Permit/Harvest Tickets: Purchase Alaska hunting license, game locking tags online at the Alaska Department of Fish and Game (ADF&G) website or purchase upon arrival in Anchorage. For Nonresident clients: Alaska hunting license: $160 (U.S. nonresident), Moose tag: $800, Black Bear tag: $450, and Wolverine tag: $350, Wolf tag: $60. For Nonresident Alien clients: Alaska hunting license: $630, Moose tag: $1,000, Black Bear tag: $600, Wolverine tag: $500, and Wolf tag: $100. Moose registration permit is required and available online at ADF&G website (Moose Registration Permit RM281). Harvest tickets are required for other species (no fees for harvest tickets).
Alaska Big Game Tags: A big game tag may be used for another species of equal or lower value, but a tag may not be used more than once, nor can two or more tags be put onto one animal.
Hunt does not include: Before and after hunt expenses, commercial airfare, air charter service, hotels and meals, Alaska hunting license and game locking tags, shipping trophy/meat home, game meat processing (unless donated), taxidermy trophy care, gun rental available, and gratuity.
Moose Game Meat: There is approximately 600 -700 pounds of meat on a moose. Typically, hunters take one or two boxes (50 -100 pounds) of moose meat home. The remainder of the moose meat is transferred to local native village, elders, and low income persons. We can help you transfer game meat to a local Tribe Food Program.
Travel Insurance. We highly recommend all our clients purchase travel insurance with trip cancellation, as well as a Global Rescue Membership for medical advisory and evacuation. For guidance on these travel protection services and to enroll, contact Justin Walker at Global Rescue at phone: 1-435-680-2566 or 1-617-210-8110 or via email: Jwalker@globalrescue.com or email@example.com or visit https://globalrescue.com/mikeodinsalaskaadventures/ or you should use another reputable provider.
Conditions. Mike Odin’s Alaska Adventures, LLC hunts are conducted on a fair chase basis in accordance with the State of Alaska Hunting regulations and Guiding regulations. All clients are required to sign a Guide-Outfitter Contract within 90 days after we receive your initial deposit, or before services are provided. Agreement provides specifics of your hunt as required by Alaska state law. For further clarification, we have posted our Payment and Cancellation Policy on our website. A State of Alaska Guide/Outfitter Hunt Record will be completed and signed by all our clients prior to the start of each hunt. Mike Odin’s Alaska Adventures, LLC requires all clients and guests to review and sign a Participation Release Form prior to start of activities. This agreement includes a release of liability, waiver of claims, assumption of risk, and loss payment. Also, we request clients and guests to complete our Guest Information Form to identify an emergency contact and to notify us of any medical situations or special medications that you may be taking that could be helpful in case of an emergency.
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