Moose Hunting Information

Southeast (Unit 6) and Mid Yukon (Unit 21)

AlaskaChallenge Guide Service is proud to say we offer some of the best Moose hunting in the state. If you do the research you’ll quickly see that the Koyukuk River area has the highest population of Moose in the state of Alaska.  No aircraft have been used for moose hunting since 1978.  This has helped to increase the Moose population to its current abundant numbers. AlaskaChallenge Guide Service offers two types of Moose hunts; drawing permits hunts in December for the following year, and over-the-counter tags.  These hunting areas are in close proximity to each other.

 

hunting prices

Unit 21 Hunting Area Prices

10-Day Moose hunt

September 5-15, 15-25
$18,500
  • Licensed Guide
  • Sleeping Accommodations
  • Boat and Land Transportation

10-Day Drawing permit area moose hunt

September 5-15, 15-25
$20,500
  • Licensed Guide
  • Sleeping Accommodations
  • Boat and Land Transportation

10-Day Moose/Grizzly combo hunt

September
$24,500
  • Licensed Guide
  • Boat and Land Transportation
  • Sleeping Accommodations

14-Day Moose/Grizzly combo hunt

September
$26,500
  • Licensed Guide
  • Sleeping Accommodations
  • Boat and Land Transportation

Unit 6 Hunting Area Prices

10-Day Moose hunt

October 5-16, 16-30
$19,500
  • Licensed Guide
  • Sleeping Accommodations
  • Boat and Land Transportation

14-Day Moose/Brown Bear combo hunt

October 5-16, 16-30
$32,500
  • Licensed Guide
  • Boat and Land Transportation
  • Sleeping Accommodations

hunting areas

Click on the marker to see the enlarged map with the game available and the seasons of each hunting area.

Hunt Preparation

Having the right gear and clothing will make your hunting experience more enjoyable.  Take a look at our packing list to help plan your trip with AlakaChallenge Guide Service. 

Nothing could end a hunting trip quicker than not having your license and tags. Visit our Big Game Tag Information page and follow the links to get yours.

hunting gallery