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232 hunts
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Where to hunt Moose

Moose live in boreal forest regions across the northern part of the globe. The biggest, known as Alaska-Yukon, inhabit the Alaska and the Yukon into the Mackenzie Mountains of the Northwest Territories. The Chukotka moose from Kamchatka and Russian North-East is just as big. Moose in Canada’s other western provinces are classified as Western Canada moose, and those east of a line drawn across Ontario are Eastern Canada moose. The Shiras moose range extends through the Rocky Mountains south to Colorado and Utah; it has the smallest antlers of the North American moose. The European moose is hunted in Norway, Sweden, Finland, the Baltics, Poland, and Russia.

Price distribution

The most affordable moose hunts are to be found in Eastern Europe, Baltic countries, and the European part of Russia, where you can hunt a moose for $1,000-$1,500. Western and Eastern moose hunts in Canada typically go for $3,000-5,000, and moose hunting in Scandinavia is priced similarly. The incredible Alaska-Yukon and Kamchatka monster moose are the most expensive, as the price includes travel to remote areas. You can usually combine a moose hunt with a grizzly or sheep hunt, and such offers top the price range.

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Shiras moose is perhaps the most difficult kind of moose to harvest, given that the tag is hard to draw, and in Idaho, the home state of BookYourHunt’s Director for America James Reed, it’s a once-in-a-lifetime thing. Read how James and his son turned a once-in-a-lifetime tag into a once-in-a-lifetime success.

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When to hunt Moose?

Trophy moose hunts usually take place in the rut, which happens in September-October in most parts of moose range. Meat hunts commonly take place later, in November-December, when the bull meat is less affected by hormonal surge of the mating period, and snow makes it easier to track a wounded animal. Post-rut hunts tend to be cheaper, but beware that moose shed their antlers at about the time of snowfall.


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Most trophy hunts take place during the rut. Moose don’t form harems like other deer, but they bulls do challenge each other for dominance and territorial control. By imitating a rival bull hunters can get the moose in range but beware: during the rut bull moose are very aggressive, and many nations believe them to be more dangerous than even bears. North American moose hunts are usually conducted by spot-and-stalk, by calling, or a combinations of both methods. European moose hunts are traditionally conducted by driving, or using special trained dogs of local breeds who hold the animals in place by mock attacks, and give the hunters the hint of where it happens by barking. Stalking and calling are also practiced, though.

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The moose (Alces alces) is the largest of the world’s deer species and their large size, impressive antlers, and delicious meat makes them highly sought after by big-game hunters around the world. Moose hunting in Scandinavia, especially in Sweden, is an important part of the rural lifestyle and economy. Moose hunts often take place in heavily wooded or swampy areas where it is often difficult to use a vehicle. In western North America, horses are often used to cover ground and to pack out downed moose; in other areas, boats or canoes are utilized. Moose hunts take hunters to regions well off the beaten track, and hunting moose, as well as recovering the animal, can be extremely challenging, especially in remote country.

2019 November Moose Hunt

2019 November Moose Hunt Canada

Our November moose hunts take place after the rut. This is primarily a spot and stalk type of hunt where we cover as much ground as possible is search of the moose while they are out feeding. This is a great hunt for hunters who maybe can't handle the rigors required with all the walking of a rut hunt but still want the experience of a great Northern moose hunt. Spots for this hunt are limited so book now if your interested. This is also a great hunt to pair with either mule deer, whitetail deer or both. The deer are in full rut at this time and we routinely see they all the time during these November hunts.

Trip duration: 6 days

Trip available on: 25 November 2019 30 November 2019

$5,500 for 1 hunter
European moose hunt 1x1

European moose hunt 1x1 Belarus

Classical european moose stalking hunt in Belarus.

Trip duration: 1 - 3 days

Trip available on: 20 August 2019 30 December 2019

$860 for 1 hunter
Lottery Draw Moose Hunt 2019

Lottery Draw Moose Hunt 2019 Canada

Moose hunts (upon successful draw) All non residents can enter the lottery draw. When we, as an outfitter, are successful at drawing a non-resident moose tag, we can then offer that tag to a non-resident hunter. Unfortunately, we were not successful for the 2018 moose draw. All non-resident hunters can apply through our web site, which will put them directly to the DNR site. And the cost is 41.68 payable to them. If they are successful in the draw, it is 630.20 (payable to DNR) Note: We will be updating our web site to indicate this information. Hunters can submit to the lottery in February for the 2019 season. Hunters for moose season are recommended to arrive at camp 1 day prior. We take great pride when guiding our hunters and always gives them a successful hunt leaving them with a hunting experience they can carry with them forever. We can assure you that your experience with us will be a memorable one and one that will make you want to come back year after year. So if you want to experience a New Brunswick black bear or moose hunt with 5 star accommodations.

Trip duration: 5 days

Trip available on: 26 September 2019 30 September 2019

$5,000 for 1 hunter

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Aleksei Agafonov Austria +43 (660) 380 28 95
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