|Location:||Southern Brooks Range|
|Dates:||September 1 - 25|
Alaska’s great arctic on the southern side of the majestic, Brooks Range is home to some of the worlds largest trophy bull moose. We invite you to join us for an unforgettable, self-guided trophy bull moose hunt in Alaska’s arctic / southern Brooks Range mountains during the month of September.
The cost of your hunt includes your flight, to and from the drop off hunting location and all flights necessary to transport your harvested game from the field. We do not charge anything extra is you harvest a wolf and/or bear (Alaska Resident Only for grizzly bear) while on your hunt. Further more, we will move you to another location if requested at no additional cost. There are no hidden costs.
Hunts are conducted in units 25A and 24B, were Massive Bulls in the 65” to 70” class reside and are harvested each year and trophy bulls in the mid to low 60” class are common. With limited to no hunting pressure, rich and abundant food sources in vast moose habitat, bull moose thrive and mature, growing to record breaking sizes. You will hunt in some of the most pristine and remote country you will ever encounter, and witness a wilderness teeming with virtually every species of Alaskan wildlife, including grizzly and black bear, sheep, wolves, fox, beaver, wolverine and a large variety of bird species including ptarmigan. All set against the background of the towering and majestic Brooks Range mountains dotted with lakes and fed by pristine rivers and streams filled with world class grayling, lake trout, char, sheefish aka whitefish and northern pike. This is truly a sportsman’s paradise!
Note about Moose Hunting
Our fly-out hunts are all self-guided. Moose are very large animals and hunters must be experienced and fully capable of hunting, quartering, packing and properly caring for their game (according to State of Alaska big game hunting regulations). Most hunters allow a minimum of 7 full hunting days for this hunt.
*See combo hunt section for information and prices for the “Alaskan Grand Slam”, or our trophy bull moose, Dall sheep and caribou combo hunts! We are happy to customize your trip.
General Information for All Self-Guided Fly-out Hunts
Number of Hunters in Party: Unlimited, but typically 2-6.
Length of Stay: Unlimited but Typically 5-7 Days (Caribou), 7-10 days (Moose) and 7-10 days (Sheep). It is highly recommended that hunters allow ample time for their hunt and allow for weather days on either end of their hunt. Weather in the Arctic can be unpredictable at times and we will not fly in unsafe conditions.
Weight Limitation: 80 lbs per person including, camp equipment. You will be flying in a small aircraft with strict weight limitations so we ask that you keep mindful of this when preparing for your trip. Also, pack your gear, equipment in small, waterproof dry bags (not garbage bags), as these are much easier to transport in the plane. Suitcases, large duffle bags and hard gun cases, cases of soft drinks and other similar bulky and heavy items that exceed your weight limitations and our aircrafts carrying capacity, can be transported for additional cost. Do not bring Bear Spray as FAA regulations do not permit us to carry this on board our aircraft.
Field Communication: There is limited to no cell phone coverage in most backcountry areas in Alaska and no cell phone coverage in the Southern Brooks Range, with the exception of Prudhoe Bay, which has some cell phone coverage. Prior to your hunt it is highly recommended that you rent and bring an IRIDIUM Satellite Phone (do not rent another brand, as it will not work). These phones are your best means of communication with our base camp and are a life saver if you have an emergency. IRIDUM satellite phones can be rented from a number of different Sat phone Rental Companies locally or on line and are fairly economical running from $50 to $90 per week.
Weather Conditions and Climate
Northern Brooks Range (July 25-August 27) Southern Brooks Range (September 1-25)
Weather conditions are generally good with temperatures, typically ranging from lows in the mid 30s to highs in the mid 70s. Later in the season, temperatures can be as low as 10 degrees and as high as 70 degrees.
Bugs: Black Flies and Mosquitoes are almost always prevalent in the Alaska backcountry and can be encountered during the spring summer and fall. Dryer years are less buggy We recommend hunters take ample supplies of bug spray, head nets, etc. to protect themselves from these pesky critters.
Booking Information: To book your hunt call us Toll free at 866-772-8644 or 907-746-7744 or email your request to email@example.com.
A 50% deposit is required to secure your booking. This deposit secures your booking with us and guarantees the hunt dates you select. Deposits are non-refundable, however if an emergency should arise preventing you from participating in your scheduled hunt, it can be used toward another hunt with us. 1-YEAR CARRY OVER ONLY
After payment of your deposit we will provide you with a receipt, hunt contract, and letter of introduction/itinerary.
The balance of your hunt is due per the hunt contract. Personal checks will only be accepted 90 days prior to the start of your chosen hunt. All final payments that are submitted 60 days or less before the start of your hunt must be made by Cash, Direct Deposit, Wire Transfer or Visa, MasterCard and Discover Credit Cards.
Booking early is important!
Due to a high number of clientele returning each year we have limited openings so don’t delay, book your hunt with Arrowhead Outfitters LLC today and look forward to the experience of a lifetime!
For information on current fees and license information please refer to the Alaska Dept. of Fish and Game.
Arrival & Departure Information
Our fly-out, trophy moose hunts are conducted from Grayling Lake at mile marker 150 of the Dalton Highway (approx 25 miles south of Cold Foot). Prior to the hunt, hunters will meet as at our base camp, which is located at mile marker 145 of the Dalton Highway (approx 30 miles S of Cold Foot) and a short 4 ½ hour drive on well maintained roads, from Fairbanks, north on the Dalton Highway.
This is a great advantage because hunters drive the Dalton Highway from Fairbanks on well maintained roads, directly to our base camp and back again without incurring additional expenses and the hassles of commercial flights. Hunters will be flown in our 3 Passenger, M-6 Maule “Super Rocket” Bush Plane on floats to their hunting destination.
Drop-off locations are on lakes and ponds in units 25A and 24B of the hunters choosing that offer the best trophy bull moose hunting opportunities.