Alaska Moose, Caribou or Bear HuntExperience Great Moose, Caribou or Bear Hunting in Alaska
MOOSE, CARIBOU OR BEAR HUNT in Nome, Alaska
Join us for a Moose, Caribou or Bear Hunt in the great State of Alaska, offering a taste of Alaska’s last frontier. Most of our hunts operate out of remote temporary tent camps or spike camps, allowing for flexibility to move with the animals. You should expect most of the work for your hunt happens before you arrive with countless hours of flying, scouting and preparation for the best location to put clients in areas for a successful, efficient and exciting hunt.
Our team has multiple record book animals in Safari Club and Boone and Crockett, putting you in expert hands. Most of our hunts operate out of remote temporary tent camps or spike camps, allowing for flexibility to move with the animals.
Your hides and skulls will be prepped for taxidermy, packaged and trans- ported to Nome. Hunters may take up to an additional 100 pounds of meat, packaged into 50-pound boxes. We can help package and freeze only a small quantity of meat for clients, as freezer space is limited.
Any trophy/meat that does not fit into your allowed airline baggage can be held in cold storage and shipped to Anchorage through Northern Air Cargo for an additional $0.45 per pound.
For cold storage in Anchorage, we work with Dalton Refrigeration. For shipping from Alaska to destinations within the USA we work with Alaska Trophy Express, more information can be found on their website: www.alaskatrophyexpress.com
There is approximately 600-800 pounds of meat on a moose. Unless prior arrangements are made the remainder of the moose meat is transferred to a local Alaskan Native village through a local Tribal Food Program.
- Our excellent team has multiple record book animals in Safari Club and Boone & Crockett
- Experience Alaska’s Last Frontier
- Traditional remote tent or spike camp accommodations
Day 1 Arrive in Nome, Alaska and you will be transported to a remote cabin or spike camp by bush plane
Day 2 – 6 Hunt will continue each day from the remote area
Day 7 Transfer out of the bush back to Whitehorse, YT overnight in hotel
Day 14 Transportation by bush plane back to Nome, AK to head home
Spring Season: April – May 10 for both Bear & Wolves
Fall Season: September 1 – October 10
Fall Bear Hunts start Aug 15
Arctic Brown Bear Spring/Fall
10 DAY HUNT $13,500/16,500
7 DAY HUNT $18,500
5 DAY HUNT $6,500
– Additional Trophy Fee $2,500
10 DAY HUNT $12,000
7 DAY HUNT $7,500
Spring Snowmobile Wolf Hunt
5 DAY HUNT $5,500
(Up to 20 Wolves)
Sitka Black Tail Deer
5 DAY HUNT $4,000
The following animals can be added to any of the base hunts for the following prices provided they are within season. This fee is only payable upon pulling the trigger and taking or wounding an animal:
Arctic Brown Bear – $7,000
Black Bear – $3,000
Wolf – $500
Caribou – $3,000
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- Lodging in Cabin or Tent Camp
- Any Airfare
- Hunting Licenses & Fees
- Staff and Guide Gratuity
|Duck Stamp (state)||$10.00||$10.00|
|Duck Stamp (federal)||$25.00||$25.00|
|Game Tags||U.S. Resident||Foreign|
|Deer, Sitka Blacktail||$300.00||$400.00|
|Additional fee: Life-size Moose Caping||$1500.00|
Gage Outdoor Expeditions owns and operates some of the finest hunting and fishing lodges throughout the Americas. From Alaska to the tip of Argentina, Gage Outdoor Expeditions seeks out the world’s premier hunting and fishing adventures so you don’t have to. Every hunting and fishing expedition we offer has been explored by a Gage Outdoor consultant and only the finest venues are represented. We understand your time is valuable & you can’t afford to plan for weeks or months just to have some minor detail ruin your hunting or fishing experience. We travel the distance to bring you “The Best of The Best”.