Alaska Moose Hunting Costs

As we’ve discussed throughout the website, our most sought after Moose hunts are based in Game Management Unit #23.  GMU #23 requires Non-Resident hunters to put in to be drawn for the following units:




The draw entry begins online on November 1st and ends on December 15th, with Draw Results posted in February for that year’s hunt season.  We welcome both residents and non-residents to book their hunts with us, as we have the knowledge and experience to put you in the best hunt areas.

For RESIDENT hunters of Moose, if you are looking to book your hunt for anything other than the September 1 – 20th season, you will need to check the regulation book and apply for the extended season permit in Kotzebue during the summer prior to your planned hunt.

We are currently taking reservations for both the 2016 and 2017 season, but with a 98% success rate over the last 5 years, our schedule books up fast!

10 Day Drop Off Moose Hunts are based out of Kotzebue, AK


(2 Travel Days Into/Out of the Field, 8 Full Days of Hunting & Camp Gear Rental + Food)

2 Hunter Minimum on any Hunt Party

Even though your hunt may require you to be drawn, you will want to reserve your dates well in advance.  If you wait until the draw results are posted, get drawn and then contact us … we may not have the dates available for you. Reserving the dates you would like to hunt now, will ensure you have the necessary transportation into the field for your hunt. You can work with you on moving the dates to a new year if you don’t get drawn for the year you’ve reserved.

If you haven’t experienced a drop off Alaskan hunt, we strongly suggest you book one of our Alaska Caribou Hunts prior to a moose hunt.  It will give you some great experience in dealing with the terrain, weather and packing out of meat that will help you prepare for the greatest Alaskan Moose Hunt.  Being prepared is essential when you are out in the Alaskan Wilderness.