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Alaska Moose AH12/AF19 $14,500
This Alaskan oufitter has an extremely high success rate on trophy bulls. Hunts are 1x1 and conducted by spot and stalk. They hunt in northwest Alaska.   

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Alaska Moose Float Trip AH9/AF16 $5,500
This Alaskan air service offers fly out opportunities on the Kenai Peninsula. Choose from three different options: two float style hunts or a camp based hunt.   

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Alaska Yukon Moose AH14 $16,000
Hunt trophy moose on the Alaska Peninsula in the Lake Iliamna Country of Southwest Alaska. Terrain consists of spruce and hardwood forests adjacent to rolling tundra. Moose average 60 inches. Boone & Crockett animals taken in the past. Hunting licenses and tags can be purchased over the internet accessing the state of Alaska website or over the counter in Anchorage or Iliamna. Sportfishing for northern pike is available in camp. Silver or "Coho" salmon sport fishing is also available. World famous sportfishing for trophy rainbow trout is available before or after your moose hunt in the New Halen River at the village of Iliamna. Wolves inhabit this moose hunting area and can be collected for no additional cost.   

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Alberta Moose ABH7 $5,000
Looking for big Canadian bull moose, check this outfitter out. They have trophy moose 40”-55” and have seen larger. This is due to Alberta’s new moose management program and it’s making moose hunting magic. All moose tags are now on draw for residents and has very limited guaranteed tags for non-residents. They typically hunt the forest and bogs for these majestic swamp monsters. Most moose hunts are conducted from stands, stalking, and calling during rut. Bow hunts begin in late August and run through October. Rifle (or any weapon) hunts run in November.   

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Alberta Moose ABH9 $5,500
This outfitter owns some of Alberta's best allocations (62 total) for moose. Tent camps, trailer homes, local motels or cabins will be used depending on area.   

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Alberta Rocky Mountain Moose ABH4 $5,500
You will hunt in the secluded forests of Northern Alberta from a bush camp setting. These six to ten day hunts take place in October and November.   

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Brooks Range Moose AH4 $14,500
This outfitter's camps are located near the high arctic sheep valleys of the Brooks Range. He has two exclusive areas in the northeast corner of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. The area is 100 miles by 60 miles. The Brooks Range generally has the best weather in the state with temperatures ranging from 40 to 55 during the hunting season. In September the moose rut and make an interesting migration through this outfitter's area, only recently proven by a fish and wildlife radio collar program.   

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Maine Moose MEH1 $3,800
An antler spread of 40-50" is typical for the bulls in this area. Moose tags in Maine are lottery based.   

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Manitoba Moose MBH1 $9,695
This outfitter hunts 150 miles north of Thompson. A number of outpost camps on nearby lakes are utilized during the hunt.   

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Manitoba Trophy Moose MBF3/MBH5 $9,500
Moose hunts with this outfitter take place every September when the temperatures are dropping this far north. The moose hunting experience this outfitter offers has both aspects moose hunters look for. The first being the actual hunt, the stalking, the tracking, and the calling. Nothing makes your adrenaline rush like a 1,700 pound bull moose plowing through the bush towards you until the moment you both meet. The second is the land. The topography and rugged landscape of the Canadian subarctic sets this scene and will be a lasting memory.   

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Moose in Manitoba MBF6/MBH6 $9,995
This outfitter specializes in hunting big bulls, moose averaging from 42’ to 52’, have taken several at 57’, and seen giants over 60’; moose weigh in between 1,200 and 1,400 lbs. They receive 20 moose tags annually. The terrain consists of a vast region with over 12 rivers and a hundred lakes. Throw in the various forest fires which run through the area and caused a regeneration of vegetation and you have the ideal habitat for big moose. They hunt from a variety of camps, ranging from their plush outpost camps to well appointed tent camps. They choose the camp per the situation and utilize vast area to constantly rotate hunts year to year. Camps hold from 1-4 hunters per camp and they rarely mix parties, giving you a truly customized hunt. This enables them to put you in the best situation possible for your quest for deer family’s largest member. Success runs 50-60%, varying for year to year, and opportunity is 90%. They hunt by boat, traveling to different areas by water, and repetitively calling, hoping to lure one to the water’s edge.   

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Moose in Newfoundland NFH2 $5,199
On average an adult moose stands (1.5 - 1.8 m) (5 to 6 feet) high. Males weigh (850 to 1180 lbs.)(385 - 534 kg) and females (600 to 800 lbs)(270 - 362 kg). Moose have a very keen sense of hearing and hunters must be very quiet and patient while hunting. The prime time for moose hunting is dusk and dawn. This is when they do most of their traveling. Moose are often spotted near a tree line adjacent to a small open bog. Moose can swim as fast as two men paddling a canoe and run up to 56 mph on land. Mating season for moose is near the last of September to the last week October. This is the time that the bulls are most vulnerable and easier to hunt. During mating season, moose can be called within yards by experienced hunting guides. You will stay in a 1,400 square foot lodge with all the amenities needed to make your trip a very comfortable one. They also have tent based camps for more remote locations. If you are looking for a great moose hunt at a fantastic location then this is the place for you.   

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New Brunswick Moose NBH1 $2,000
This hunt takes place in the fall. Hunters must put in for the draw for a tag.   

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Newfoundland Moose and Combos NFH1 $5,050
Moose densities here are some of the highest in the world and usually offer the hunter multiple sightings. Woodland caribou and black bear can be added for unique combination hunts.   

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Northern British Columbia Moose BCH7 Hunts from $5,500.
This is a small personalized guide/outfitting business located in northern British Columbia approximately 165 air miles north of Smithers, BC. This area is remote and pristine. Bordering Spatsizi Wilderness Park, this is home to abundant wildlife, with the eight huntable species being: moose, mountain caribou, grizzly bear, mountain goat, black bear, stone sheep, wolf and wolverine. They only entertain 12-14 clients per year so each client is given the personal attention they deserve. The main camp at Kluayaz Lake consists of permanent log and wooden cabins. This is the starting point at which most hunts are conducted. From there they have spike camps in various locations consisting of wall tents. On some goat hunts they use backpack style tents to access the higher and more remote areas. All of the hunts are backpack. They also use boats out of the main camp. They also have some small remote lakes that they conduct backpack hunts out of. All hunts are 10 days and can consist of single or multiple species.   

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Ontario Moose ONF11/ONH8 $5,975
The variety of remote locations are in some of the most prime moose hunting areas in Ontario, allowing this outfitter to make sure that your hunt is as successful as possible. This outfitter will choose one of their 12 remote outpost camps or one of two fly in tent camps to accommodate your moose hunt. The hunt is done by calling using the natural cover as camouflage, although raised stands are sometimes used, as is spot and stalk techniques.   

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Quebec Fly-In Moose QBF2/QBH1 $1,100
Located some 350 miles north of Montreal, this lodge is easily accessible by drive.   

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Quebec Moose QBF8/QBH5 $2,800
Five star lodging and 75,000 acres of hunting area. Access the hunting areas by boat, canoe or on foot. One bull tag per party of four.   

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Wyoming Moose WYH4/WYF3 $4,000
This outfitter has been outfitting and guiding in Wyoming for over four generations and while they utilize modern hunting techniques, you will still enjoy an old western atmosphere. Between the South Pass and Jackson Hole operations, their areas cover a large portion of Wyoming.   

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