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Moose Hunting

North America's largest big game animal. From Alaska to Newfoundland Canada, we've compiled a great selection of moose hunts, 94 in total. Shiras, Alaska-Yukon, and Canadian Moose hunts from reputable big game hunting guides and outfitters for that once-in-a-lifetime hunting experience. Guided and self-guided (drop camps, float trips) bow and gun moose hunts.


Top Moose Hunts (Gun)

  Location  # of Outfitters  # of Hunts  Average Cost 
Alberta77$6,857
British Columbia77$7,257
Alaska55$9,300
Ontario44$5,563
Quebec33$7,333
Wyoming33$6,000
Saskatchewan33$7,250
New Brunswick33$5,833
Newfoundland/Labrador33$5,983
Maine33$5,333

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Top Moose Hunts (Bow)

  Location  # of Outfitters  # of Hunts  Average Cost 
British Columbia77$7,257
Alberta66$7,042
Alaska55$9,300
Ontario55$5,650
Wyoming33$6,000
Saskatchewan33$7,250
Quebec22$6,500
Colorado23$9,000
New Brunswick22$5,500
Idaho22$6,625

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Moose Guide (Alces alces)

The moose is the largest member of the deer family, Cervidae. It is found in North America from Alaska to eastern Canada, south into the northwestern United States, and in Europe and Asia from Norway to Mongolia. The name moose is an American Indian word.

The moose is a massive animal with long legs, a large head, and an elongated, overhanging muzzle. A long flap of skin, called the bell, hangs beneath its throat. Large bulls may be 3.1 m (10 ft) in length, plus a short tail, and up to 825 kg (1,800 lb) in weight. Bulls typically also have large, broad, spoon-shaped spiked antlers, which may be 1.8 m (6 ft) across.

Of the four species of moose, the Alaska-Yukon moose is the largest, bulls can weigh in excess of 1400 pounds and stand 7 1/2 feet at the top of their hump. They inhabit Alaska, the Yukon and the western regions of the Northwest Territories. The Eastern Canada moose lives in more heavily timbered areas, and can be found in the Canadian provinces of eastern Ontario, Quebec, Newfoundland, and in the United States can be found in Maine and occasionally down into Massachusetts. The Shiras moose inhabits the southeastern regions of British Columbia and southwestern Alberta, as well as western states of Washington, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Utah and Colorado. The Western Canada moose is the second largest specie, and primarily inhabit areas of the Northwest Territories, British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and a few have been seen in the northern states of the USA.

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Spotlight Moose Outfitter

Bitterroot Mountain Outfitters Inc

Any hunt that you book with an outfitter, it seems like it is never long enough. It's the memories you take home with you that make it not only last a lifetime but generations. We want to give you memories that you can take and pass down for generations to come. To do so, you will be hunting in some of the most pristine area that Idaho has to offer. Vast mountains covered by healthy forests, streams, and rivers, that provide a home for such amazing creatures. Our area consists of 167 square miles, and absolutely no roads that go through it! Everything is done by foot and horseback.

We offer guided hunts for Elk, Bear, Deer, Wolf and Cougar in the Bitterroot Mountain area of Idaho. We also can accommodate those who would like an unguided hunt, via a drop camp.

All elk hunts are 7 days. Guided or non-guided, you will arrive on the first day and ride into camp (do not expect to hunt on the first day), hunt the next 5 days, and then pack out and leave on the 7th day.

Deer hunting in Northern Idaho can be a real adventure. We hunt deer in Units 7, 9 and 10. The upper St. Joe River is known for its majestic whitetail and mule deer. We hunt these animals mostly on foot and some horse back, depending on the terrain. To be able to hunt deer in this area you should be in good physical condition due to the rugged terrain. We use the 'spot and stalk' method, and will most likely go where horses might not be able to get into.

Spring is the season for Bear Hunts. The bears in our area are 50% color phase and with the population of bears in great condition every year in Idaho means your chance of harvesting a bear is EXCELLENT! We are also proud to be able to say that for the past three years running, our bear harvest rate is better than it ever has been!

Talk about an adrenaline rush! Imagine being in a truck or on snowmobiles with dogs. Then all of a sudden, the dogs start baying because they caught the scent of a cougar. That's when you know the chase is on!

Come hunt turkeys in Eastern Washington. We have over 25 years experience with hunting these gorgeous birds. Most hunts are with a shotgun, but we can accommodate an archery hunter. We do provide meals and lodging. You will need to bring personal gear, bed roll, and weapon (a more detailed list will be given upon booking). Hunts are 3 days. If you are flying, we can arrange to pick you up and drop you off at the airport for an extra fee.

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Species Offered


Bear - Black
Deer - Mule
Deer - Whitetail
DIY - Elk
Elk
Moose
Mountain Lion
Turkey

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