Are you looking for that Alaska-Yukon moose hunting trip of a lifetime? At Infinity Hunts, we specialize in helping you find the type of hunt and experience you want. Through our extensive research and boots-on-the-ground approach, we work with the best Alaska-Yukon moose guides and outfitters in North America’s top areas. Throughout your entire adventure, we will be there for you – from choosing the perfect hunt with the right outfitter to personal support before, during, and after the hunt. So let us put our experience and proven outfitters to work for you on your Alaska-Yukon moose hunting adventures!
While we offer many types of Alaska-Yukon moose hunts, we love finding those incredible locations throughout North America for world-class trophy Alaska-Yukon moose and putting our hunters in those camps! Our top outfitters have an excellent track record of taking 55-70 inch class and even larger moose. We know the best areas and stay in touch on conditions such as wolf and bear predation, summer fires, and heavy winter snow that can affect hunts. Our extensive research and outfitter connections can help you find that trophy Alaska-Yukon moose you have always wanted.
Imagine being on a high ridge overlooking a river valley and watching a bachelor group of bulls feeding in the alders in late August, velvet still covering their antlers. How about floating down a river and calling a big bull out on a gravel bar? He steps out, drooling with his eyes rolled back, grunting as he saunters in. Or maybe you are glassing down a long valley and see those giant white paddles from 3 miles away. These are the sights that we dream about when thinking about hunting moose. It’s quite a fantastic feeling when you walk up on your moose for the first time – the body size is awe-inspiring, and those big 60-inch antlers are just incredible. The smells and sights of the bush during the fall while chasing moose are something you will never forget.
The Alaska-Yukon moose is the largest species of moose in North America. It is found primarily in Alaska and the Yukon, with some in the western Northwest Territories. Alaska dominates the record book for trophy class bulls, which commonly have 50-65 inch spreads, and we take giant 70-plus inch bruiser bulls every year. So if you are looking for a giant moose, you must plan to hunt the Alaska-Yukon moose.
We offer several types of moose hunts. From DIY drop camp hunts for the more adventurous types to fully guided hunts, we have something for everyone. Hunts can start as early as late August and wrap up by the end of September. The rut will typically peak out in mid-late September. We have horseback-based adventures, float trips, some that can use quads, and many that are backpack-style on foot. Spike camps, cabins, and even a few lodge hunts are available. Archery and rifle hunts are the norm, but you can also muzzleloader hunt. We focus our hunts in top areas with good moose numbers and proven outfitters who manage their areas for long-term success.
We offer Alaska-Yukon moose hunts primarily in Alaska and the Yukon Territories. Our locations and outfitters are carefully selected based on the quality and quantity of animals and the outfitters’ track record of putting our hunters on good moose. We are passionate moose hunters here at Infinity Hunts and understand what it takes to get a big moose on the ground.
Alaska is a top destination if you are looking for an excellent moose hunt. We work with several great outfitters covering most areas of the state. Do It Yourself (DIY) moose hunts where you and a buddy can hunt proven moose areas on your own are popular choices and more affordable than fully guided hunts.
Fully guided trips are the most popular. Float trips down a scenic river through the Alaska Range, where you can also have an excellent chance to see brown bears produce great animals. Do you need a nice comfortable lodge with ATV access for your hunt? Would you like to horseback in the Talkeetnas for a big bull? Or do a remote Super Cub fly out to a spike camp chasing moose on foot up and down ridges and river valleys? These are a few examples of options we have for your moose hunt.
Almost all hunts take place with over-the-counter tags, and archery, muzzleloader, and rifle hunts are available. Most areas produce 55-65 inch bulls, with some top bulls over 70 inches yearly. Seasons usually run from late August through the end of September. With our wide selection of hunts and outfitters, we can accommodate almost anyone on a hunt in Alaska and pair you up with the right outfitter for the level of physicality, type of accommodations, budget, and trophy class moose you desire. On many hunts, it is possible to add a brown/grizzly bear, caribou, black bear, wolf, and wolverine on an opportunity basis.
We offer a select few hunts in the Yukon Territories, which produces some great bulls. We often hunt moose on mixed bag hunts with other species like sheep and caribou. Difficult access makes these hunts generally more expensive than those in Alaska producing similar quality bulls. If you are interested in a mixed bag hunt in the Yukon, contact us, and we can discuss options with you.
We are constantly in the field seeking additional great outfitters and world-class trophy Alaska-Yukon moose hunts. So if you are looking for an excellent Alaska-Yukon moose hunt and outfitter, please contact us so we can start putting together the perfect Alaska-Yukon moose hunt for you.
Want to learn more about a hunt or just have some questions? Please contact us. We would love to hear from you!
Address: PO Box 444
Lock Haven, PA 17745