Alaska Moose Hunt
Alaska Public Land
DescriptionThe hunts are not difficult, due to our use of motorized canoes, and the clients have the option to climb ridges to look over the country on several of the rivers we use. We don't use the motors for hunting. The normal routine is to float out of camp in the mornings with just a snack and cup of coffee in the belly, calling and hunting each meadow along the river until 10:30 or 11 AM. We then return to camp for a late breakfast and an hour or two siesta, then head upriver to position for the evening float, checking and lightly calling again along the way to encourage the bulls to come out to the river. We then float back to camp, checking the country over again. If the area doesn't have the sign / activity we want after a few days, each camp has the option to relocate up or down the drainage 10 miles or so, and work a new piece of country. This can be done several times on most hunts. We rarely see other hunters, but it does occasionally happen. There is plenty of country, so it rarely has an impact on a client’s hunt. There are three comfortable main camps using canvas wall tents for cooking and sleeping quarters, and we use Bomb shelters for spiking out on long floats or relocating along the rivers. We cook over campfires in the evening, boxed meals, canned, and fresh food. Hunts have an additional charter fee for client transportation to and from the field.
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