DIY / Unguided Washington Moose Hunts
1-5 Guests • Cabin • Private • Self-Guided/DIY
DIY (with map) or Unguided
We are based in the center of Washington's moose hunting areas. We have been guiding hunters in this area for over 40 years with dozens of successful moose hunts to their credit. Our guides are the most experienced moose hunting guides in Washington and have an A+ rating at the Better Business Bureau.
Unguided Hunts: Include lodging, meals, a map and directions for you to hunt on your own, and you will pack out your own game.
DIY Moose Hunting Map: Dale marks at least four good moose hunting areas on the map and sends it to you. This will save you many days of time and hundreds of dollars in fuel trying to find the best places to hunt. No other services are included.
Depending on your weapon and time of the season, hunt methods may include using a 4x4 vehicle for access, glassing logging cuts and hillsides, watching water holes or feeding areas, calling, and tracking.
Most of the moose hunting areas are in northeast Washington north of Spokane. Elevations vary from 2500 to 6000 feet, the terrain is rolling mountains and drainages with dense evergreen forests and logging cuts.
Most bulls taken have had 38" to 48" wide antlers. Numerous record class bulls have been taken in northeast Washington.
Success and Weapons
Shot opportunity has been 100% most years. Rifles should be .25 caliber or larger and zeroed at 200 yards, most shots are 50 to 250 yards. Archers should practice from 10 to 60 yards.
Season & Best Time
Moose seasons run from Oct 1 to Nov 30. Archery is best in early October when rutting bulls can be called in close. Rifle hunting is also very good in late Oct or Nov after leaves fall and snow offers better visibility and tracking.
Indoor lodging and meals are provided at our home/lodge and cabins. Hunters will need to bring a 4x4 auto for their own transportation.
Base price is for the DIY Hunt. For Unguided Hunts, see Additional Costs.
Non-Hunters are included in Additional Costs.
Dale, Tara, and the team enjoy swapping stories and getting to know each hunter. Regardless of your physical ability or prior experience, they can provide the right hunt and accommodations for your needs and will work hard to provide the best experience possible.
More Pricing Information
You can also pay a 50% deposit now and a final payment before your trip.
$830.50 Per Person
$550.00 Per Item
$544.50 Per Person Per Experience
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.
- Map Made by Experienced Local Guides
- Accommodations & Meals
- Great Opportunity for a Trophy
- Licenses + Permits + Tags
- Personal Gear
- Personal Items
Rules & Guidelines
Licenses are issued through a draw, apply from February to May. The application fee is $13.70 resident, $110.50 non-resident, or $3.80 for youth. If drawn, the license fee is $332.00 resident, $1652.00 non-resident, or $57.00 youth. At least 400 square inches of hunter orange must be worn during rifle deer or elk seasons. Hunters born after Jan 1, 1975 must have Hunter Ed.
What’s Not Included
Licenses, sales tax, gratuities, travel before & after your hunt, meat cutting & taxidermy (both available locally if desired), and anything not listed as being included. Bring your Personal Gear and sleeping bag for the bunk beds.
Travel and Itinerary
Driving directions to our location will be sent to you. Plan to arrive the evening before the hunt. If using an airline, fly into Spokane, WA and rent a car. It’s less than a 2 hour drive to us.