Global Sporting Safaris often gets asks what North America trophy is the toughest to obtain? Inevitably one of the toughest is a big moose. There are only a few places in North America where hunters can hunt moose let alone take a trophy. The two main species our team of consultant focuses on are the Canadian Moose and the Alaskan Yukon Moose. These hunts often base out of remote tent camps. Rarely will you find an outfitter that has a high concentration of trophy moose.
Moose for the most part are solitary animals. They do however come to a call during the rut. If you have never seen a monster bull charge into the call you have not experienced one of the most exciting events in nature!
Our Canadian Moose hunts are very successful. We offer hunts for Canadian Moose in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, and British Columbia. We offer our Alaskan Yukon Moose hunts in both Alaska and The Yukon.
In general, most moose hunting seasons are very short and our focused around the rut. In Alaska most hunts take place between September 1st and the 20th. Canadian hunts tend to start in early September and run through Mid-October.If you’re thinking of arranging a moose hunt you need to start planning now for this fall. Many of Global Sporting Safaris top outfitting partners have their hunts filled a year, sometime two in advance.
Newfoundland Moose Hunts. Starting at $3900.
Ground based lodge moose hunt for one week and six hunting days. This Newfoundland moose hunting package includes hunting licenses, guides, meals, transportation to from airport and hotel, trophy and meat preparation including boxing for transport home.
British Columbia Trophy Moose. Starting at $7,900 per hunter based on 1x1.
This British Columbia Outfitter has been successfully moose hunting for over three decades. These 10-day 1x1 hunts average 75-80% success.
Outfitter has three different moose camps to choose from. All hunts can be customized to your skill and physical capibilities.
Save $1,000 per hunter by going 2x1.