Hunts are 10 days
One on one, unless you specify otherwise
Fly out to hunting camps
Spot and stalk
Patience is required when glassing from hillside, waiting for the bulls to move.
Sometimes when conditions are right, calling is used to bring the moose in.
When are moose hunts available?
Moose season in our area begins September 15 until the end of the month
General recommendation for level of physical fitness required:
You must be able to traverse uneven ground of tundra tussocks, and be able to climb hills to gain altitude in order to spot the moose.
There may be stream crossings, the rivers are cold and fast.
You need to be able to sit for long periods of time
You will not need to climb as much as a sheep hunt, but you may be required to cover some distance quickly.
The better shape you are in, the better the chances are that you will get your game.
Transportation to and from the hunting area:
Transportation to and from the field is supplied by small Piper aircraft, Supercubs.
Type of gun you should bring:
A large rifle is recommended, a 300 and up
However we highly recommend you bring a gun that you are comfortable shooting.
Moose are usually in thick brush, if a shot is not placed properly the moose could get away and be lost. Be prepared to follow up with a second shot immediately so that this can be prevented.
How many bullets should I bring?:
You should bring at least two boxes.
We have a shooting range on our property to test fire your rifle when you arrive. Due to the nature of airline luggage handling these days, it is likely they are less than kind to objects resembling gun cases.
Typical distance for shot:
There is of course nothing typical in hunting, but the average shot for a moose is around 75-300 yards.