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Alaska-Yukon Moose Hunting

Alaska continues to offer abundant moose hunting opportunities and high harvest success hunts. With some research, hunters can generally find a hunt that fits their style and budget. From fully-guided hunts to drop-off rafting trips, Super Cubs to ATVs, and wall tents to classy lodges, Alaska moose hunting has an endless amount of possibilities. Above average localized winterkill has been reported in units 16 and other pockets of southcentral Alaska. It is wise to speak with area biologists before getting too serious about a unit to hunt.

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Alaska Moose Draw

As we have mentioned in past years, draw permits for Alaska-Yukon moose do not necessarily mean better hunting. It may be in your best interest to avoid many of the draw permits near accessible areas as residents may have general seasons running at the same time. As a basic rule of thumb, expect $7,000-$10,000 per hunter for a self-guided hunt that includes charter plane flights, camp gear, and raft rentals or expect $22,000+ for a fully-outfitted hunt.

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Alaska-Yukon moose hunting seems to be as good as it gets right now, and you should start planning your hunt now, even if it is two to three years out. Even transporters are booking two to three years in advance for drop-off hunt space.

 

Alaska Moose Season Dates

The Alaska Moose Season runs from 9/1/21 to 11/30/21.

Self Guided DIY Alaska Moose Hunts

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Private Land, Semi-Guided, and Guided Moose Hunts in Alaska

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Application Dates for Moose in Alaska

Alaska’s 2021-2022 application deadline is 5 p.m. (akst) on December 15, 2020.

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Alaska Non-Resident Moose Hunting Fees

2021-2022 Alaska Non-Resident Fees.
UP-FRONT FEES  
Annual Hunting License $160
Application Fee (each choice) $5
Application Fee (each choice, bison and muskox) $10
LOCKING-TAG FEES (Purchase Before Hunt)  
Dall Sheep Tag (Guide Required) $850
Brown/Grizzly Bear Tag (Guide Required) $1,000
Moose Tag $800
Mountain Goat Tag (Guide Required) $600
Bison Tag $900
Muskox Tag $2,200
Elk Tag $600
Deer Tag $300
Caribou Tag $650
Black Bear Tag $450
Wolf Tag $60
Wolverine Tag $350

 

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