North American Hunts

Alaska Trophy Moose,
Caribou, Black Bear, Wolf & Wolverine

This Alaska-Yukon moose hunt takes place in the Alaska Range. The exceptional genetics of this area are second to none on trophy moose. The area is ideal moose habitat timbered with scattered lakes, ponds and bogs. Our outfitter's overall shot opportunity exceeds 75% on some incredible bulls measuring up to 76”, with the average bull harvested between 55-60”. Moose hunting is done on foot, and calling is the primary method used to draw bulls in to waiting hunters. Barren-ground caribou, black bear, wolf and wolverine can be harvested at no additional charge. A grizzly/brown bear can be added on a $4,000 trophy fee, if not already included in the hunt price. A second brown bear can be added on a $4,000 trophy fee. This hunt is also offered as a float hunt. License and tag(s) are sold over the counter. If you want to pursue world class moose, with the opportunity to take multiple species at an amazing price, call us.
2017 Prices:
$16,000 (1x1) on 10 day hunts for moose, caribou, black bear, wolf and wolverine
$20,400 (1x1) on 10 day hunts for moose, grizzly/brown bear, black bear, caribou, wolf and wolverine
$22,400 (1x1) on 14 day hunts for moose, grizzly/brown bear, black bear, caribou, wolf and wolverine
$26,400 (1x1) on 18 day hunts for moose, grizzly/brown bear, black bear, Dall’s sheep, caribou, wolf and wolverine
2017 Dates: August-September
Personalized guide service, lodge/camp, meals, in-field transportation, and trophy care.
Overnight hotel and expenses in Anchorage, charter flight from either Anchorage or Farewell (approximately $1,600-$1,800), license, tag(s), charter flight for meat (approximately $1,000), meat processing, taxidermy, and gratuities.
North American Hunts

Whitetail Deer | Mule & Blacktail Deer | Elk | Pronghorn | Bear | Caribou | Moose | Sheep
Mountain Goat | Cougar, Lynx & Bobcat | Bison & Muskox

Copyright © 2015 Best Value Hunts, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

Website Developed & Maintained by Hi-Tech Designs