Alaskan / Yukon Moose Hunt

1-3 Guests • Lodge • Public • Guided


Alaska / Yukon Moose

We have become one of the most sought-after locations for Alaskan/Yukon Moose. All moose camps during the rut have cabins that keep our clients and guides warm and dry throughout the season. Our cabins allow pretty much anyone to be able to successfully harvest a trophy bull moose.

We are Concession 22 located in the southeast corner of the Yukon. The Concession is approximately 14,000 square miles or 8.9million acres of pure wilderness with no people living in it year-round. There is less than 40 miles of an old mining road. Our area gives our hunters everything they need for a true wilderness experience.

Our Moose Population

Estimated at 5000 animals and is slowly increasing. We under hunt our moose to keep our age of bulls harvested high, we take between 0.004- and 0.005 percent of the moose population each year. Our moose over the past 20 years have consistently averaged 54-56 inches in spread and 195 B&C. Recently we received our ages back from the bulls harvested in 2021, we averaged 7.3 years old which by moose years is quite old! We hunt moose from early August in the velvet right thru to the end of October after the rut.

For single species moose hunts we recommend doing our boat hunts. Over 90 percent success rate in last 20 years and most years 100 percent opportunity. These big bulls weigh over 1200 lb. and as much as 1600 lb.

The Experience

This is a must-do hunt for every hunter and a must-see for nonhunters! To call a massive 1500-pound animal well into your comfort zone is an experience of a lifetime! Our moose hunts are all sold during the rut. The rut starts as early as Sept 5 in our high mountain camps and generally Sept 10th on the rivers and lakes. The most common method of hunting within our concession is by boat. We use Jet Boats, Lake Boats, Folding Boats, inflatables, and Hovercraft. During the rut, the big bulls will look for cows which will be found at good feed sources which are generally found along water. We will have you staying in one of our many cabins and day hunting from it. A typical day consists of getting up well before daylight and having breakfast. As soon as it’s light enough to see safely on the water you and your guide will head out to patrol the shores for feeding moose or bulls randomly traveling seeking cows. In good spots, your guide will spend extra time calling. This can bring a bull into very close range. Our typical range of shots when a bull is answering a call is less than 30 yards. We recommend a 300-win mag or something similar for the rifle hunters. Archery hunters, please contact us for recommended equipment. We also do some argo and horseback hunts during the rut. The Horseback hunts require a person to be in good shape and capable of riding 6-8 hours a day. These are really designed as combo hunts for Moose and Caribou. They also offer the best odds to harvest a Grizzly. The argo hunts are specifically only sold as Moose/ Caribou combinations. The moose will be included in the price and caribou will be on a harvest fee.

Our guides

The best in the industry. Most have worked for us for years and we rarely need to take on a new guide. We have a great mixture of "Old Guides and Young energetic guides". Most of our guides trap within our concession as well, and all are very capable bush people.

The price is per hunter for an all-inclusive Moose hunt. A grizzley bear can be taken for an additional harvest fee. Caribou can also be added as a combo at specific times of the season for an additional fee.

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Your Host

Dustin's Trip

Dustin R

Dustin has been in the industry for 15+ years, starting as a guide, he then quickly created a business of leasing tags for Sheep along with other species through-out British Columbia, the Northwest Territories, Alberta, the Yukon and Mexico. With over 130 successful guided sheep and numerous others species to his name, Dustin has been able to work hard and build a reputation as a world-class guide and now Outfitter.

from $36300/Experience

Base Price

$36300.00 Per Person Per Experience


Pay later options are only available for trips that start more than 30 days from today.

Total Payment


Please note that there is a 50% non-refundable deposit included with your booking fee. In case of cancellation, and in accordance with the Host's cancellation policy, the remaining 50% may be returned to you or applied towards rescheduling a future trip.


  • Experienced Local Guide
  • Millions of Acres of Pure Wilderness
  • Jet Boats, Lake Boats, Folding Boats
  • Meals and Lodging
  • Will Assist in the Meat Exporting Process



Gear List

  • Quality Rain Gear
  • Warm Insulated Jacket
  • Light Jacket or Hoody for Layerin
  • Beanie or Bomber hat with ear flaps

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Rules & Guidelines

Once a bull is harvested your guide will expertly skin and butcher the entire animal. All our guides are experts at taxidermy prepping the animals. It will be caped and fleshed and salted. The meat will all be brought back to camp or a designated meat hanging area.

Once all this is done then there will be time to search for wolves or bears that may find your moose carcass. There will be approximately 600 lbs of deboned moose meat. It is your animal and you are entitled to keep the entire amount.

Bringing the meat home is generally done by driving to our base location in Watson Lake, Yukon. If you fly it makes it quite difficult to bring meat home with you. You will have to acquire a cooler in Whitehorse and keep it frozen while overnighting in Whitehorse then carry it with you as checked baggage. We will acquire the proper export permit for you. If you are driving an export permit is also required and can be attained Monday thru Friday 8:30-5 pm at our local game branch, we will assist.

Most people bring a truck with a freezer in the back and debone meat to fit the freezer. Keep it chilled until home then to a processor. A lot of people choose to donate their meat to us. This is greatly appreciated and we have plenty of people that enjoy this organic wild meat. We have a meat list and have actually never gotten thru the entire list yet.

Please do not feel bad about leaving meat behind, Our community really enjoys it.

Equipment List:

Hunters need to keep gear and rifles under 60 lbs!!!

  • Set of quality raingear( Helly Hansen, Sitka Gear or Kuiu )

  • A warm insulated jacket that can fit underneath your rain jacket ( I prefer a down water-resistant jacket)

  • Light jacket or hoody that you can layer underneath your heavier Jacket

  • Beanie or Bomber hat with the fur ear flaps, very warm hat!

  • 2 pairs of Insulated waterproof gloves or gore tex

  • Knee-high rubber boots( I prefer Muck Boots Wetland) Insulated at least 1000grams

  • Headlight and change of batteries

  • Sleeping Bag rated 0 Fahrenheit or colder does not have to be a mummy bag!

  • We provide foam mats but if you want extra comfort we recommend Thermarest neo air 24 ‘’ wide and whatever length you need. These are very small and well worth bringing.

  • Ski goggles come in handy when the weather is bad as the boats don’t have windshields.

General Clothing

Most people pack more than they’ll ever use, what we suggest is what the average user is.

  • 2 hunting pants or jeans, 2 t-shirts, and 2 Long sleeve

  • Pair of socks for each day, 2 pairs of wool socks

  • Underwear, your discretion but normally 3-4 pairs and one pair of long johns

  • A day pack or dry bag comes in handy to keep your gear in

  • Small knife, lip balm, sunscreen, earplugs( for snoring), reading material

  • Good binoculars usually ten power is best( Leica, Swarovski, )

  • Camera and extra battery or charging cord as most camps have a generator

  • 40 rounds of ammo

  • Camp shoes

  • One water bottle and water treatment system for Giardia !!! Ask any sporting goods store for a recommendation

  • Small telescopic fishing rod and reel with small tackle box

  • Small spinners and spoons work best for the Grayling

  • Iridium Sat Phone or InReach( Highly recommended)

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