How much is a DIY moose hunt in Alaska?

How much is a DIY moose hunt in Alaska?

How much is a DIY moose hunt in Alaska?

DIY Alaskan moose hunt estimated cost
Alaskan/Yukon moose locking tag $800
Flights $1,285
Baggage fees $385
Truck rental $300

How much does a moose tag cost in Alaska?

Licenses, Stamps, and Tags

Nonresident Tags: Do I need a guide? Nonresident
Nonresident Goat Yes $600.00
Nonresident Moose $800.00
Nonresident Muskox – Bull $2,200.00
Nonresident Muskox – Cow $2,200.00 Permit Required

Can a non resident hunt moose in Alaska without a guide?

The state of Alaska allows for non-residents to hunt moose and black bear without a guide. This hunt is “turn-key”, meaning we provide transportation to and from your hunting location, a full camp, complete meal package, and Iridium satellite phone. Let us help you plan and execute the DIY moose hunt of a lifetime.

How much does it cost for a non resident to hunt moose in Alaska?

Non-Resident License & Tag Fees – For most Alaska moose hunts, non-residents should plan for a $160 annual hunting license fee (must be purchased in advance for making a “Draw” entry in Nov/Dec as well), and a $800 Moose harvest tag fee.

Can anyone hunt moose Alaska?

This guided moose hunt is a multi-species hunt if you choose. You can harvest any other animal that is in season, and you possess the tags for, at no charge until your moose is harvested. Once your moose is harvested, you can continue your hunt for secondary species for $500.00 per day –No trophy fees.

Can you buy over the counter moose tags in Alaska?

In Alaska, tags for caribou and moose can be purchased over the counter and both species can often be targeted on the same hunt.

Can you hunt grizzly bears in Alaska without a guide?

If you are a resident of any state in the United States outside Alaska, you do not need a guide for most species! Of all of Alaska’s species of big-game, there are only three that require you to hire a guide: Brown / grizzly bear, Dall sheep and Rocky Mountain goat.

How much is toilet paper in Alaska?

Fueling Your Adventures: The Cost of Groceries in Alaska

Item Anchorage, AK Portland, OR
1 quart of milk $1.07 $0.93
12 eggs, large $4.50 $3.47
2L bottle of Coke $2.33 $1.98
4 rolls of toilet paper $4.31 $3.37

How to plan a do it yourself Alaskan moose hunt?

If I were starting the process again, my first step would be to log into my INSIDER account, click “Alaska” under Filtering 2.0 and select Alaskan/Yukon moose as your species or just click here. At that point, you will see the map populated with the various units that offer moose hunting.

When is the moose hunting season in Alaska?

You will need to purchase additional Alaska big game tags, before your hunt, if you wish to continue hunting for black bear, wolf or wolverine after you have filled your moose tag. Moose season in this area is from Sept. 5-25, and the length of our hunts is ten days.

Where can I buy a moose permit in Alaska?

General hunts in Alaska are available over-the-counter (OTC) or you can simply go to the Alaska Department of Fish and Game (AKDFG) website and buy your permits. After you have selected a season, perhaps “Rifle, General,” you will see the map has filtered down to the units where those hunts are available.

How to get a DIY Alaska hunting experience?

You should have the skills and fitness required to embark on a back country Alaskan adventure with one of our camps. Please contact us to find out if this remote, DIY Alaska hunting experience is right for you. All flights in and out of hunt location are included. All camping gear, perfectly designed for the bush planes flies in with you.