12 days from $24,995
Alaskans moose, on average, produce trophies of between 60-65 inches. Even 70 inches is not unusual. Big palmated antlers with many points is normally what hunters are looking for. In September, the moose are in rut and are very active. The most effective methods of finding moose are scanning the district with binoculars and calling them up. From the main camp hunters fly out into the allies, where they stay in traditional Alaskan tented camps which offer the most modern equipment. From here you will hunt in the shadow of volcanoes, spectacular mountains and along great rivers. During the autumn the rivers are teeming with salmon.
The incredible beauty and richness of this hunting district leaves a lifelong impression on all hunters who are lucky enough to hunt here.
The hunt takes place on districts in the Alaskan peninsula, which includes the Alaska Peninsula Wildlife Refuge, and the Aniakchak National Preserve. These districts are part of the Aleutian mountain range, which is bordered bt the Pacific Ocean and the northern Gulf of Alaska to the east and the Bering Sea to the west.
After your arrival in Anchorage you will spend the night in a hotel. On day 2 you will take a domestic flight to King Salmon in the morning, before carrying on to the hunting district. This will take about an hour and a half and will take you to the main camp at Mechik. The hunting camp is far out in the wilderness, so don’t count on your telephone, wifi etc. functioning. In...Read more
Hunting is on Federally approved land on the Alaskan-peninsula. This includes the Becharof National Wildlife Refuge, the Alaska Peninsula Wildlife Refuge, and the Aniakchak National Preserve. These districts are part of the Aleutian mountain range, which is bordered bt the Pacific Ocean and the northern Gulf of Alaska to the east and the Bering Sea to the west. Brown bears in this district have...Read more
Joe Klutsch, owner of Katmai Guide Service - which is based in King Salmon, has been a mater guide in Alaska since 1992. Joe became a registered guide in 1980 and gained his Master Guide-license in 1992. He has beem the chairman of the Alaska Professionelle Hunters Association for eight years ans was the winner of Dallas Safari Club Professional Hunter of the Year award in 1998, and the Wild...Read more
Scientific Name: Alces alces Subspecies: Alces a. gigas: Alaska (USA), West-Yukon, northern British Columbia ( Canada). Alces a. americana: Central Ontario, Newfoundland (Canada), Maine (USA). Alces a. shirasi: Southern parts of Alberta (Canada), Idaho, Wyoming and Montana (USA). Habitat: Open, tundra-like regions in the north, woodland with marshes and lakes further south. Description:...Read more
Scientific Name: Canis lupus Subspecies: Circumpolar in the northern hemisphere. Worldwide there used to be 6 subspecies, three of which lived in North America, one, however, has become extinct, which leaves us two: 1. Eastern Timberwolf (Canis l. lycaon): Forests in the northern part of the USA and in central Canada. 2. Tundra Wolf (Canis l. tundarum): Tundra and Taiga regions of North America...Read more
Hunting season: September
The Hunt USD 24.995
Charter flight King Salmon - Meshik camp hunting area about price: USD 2.000 - to be paid directly
Hunting license USD 630
Moose License: USD 1000
Wolf license: USD 100
Land use fee USD 675
NRHP fee USD 150
Total per hunter USD 29.550,-