We offer two different types of unguided hunts. Our most popular
is our fixed camp hunt. We drop you off on a stretch of river that
we can take off and land with a full load. You set up your camp
and hunt from that spot with a boat and motor. You can realistically
hunt an area approximately five miles in radius from your camp.
There are a lot of oxbow lakes and sloughs off the river that are
excellent for hunting and water is always close making your packing
This is a popular hunt because you are in one spot long enough
to find where the moose are and you have time to spend hunting and
calling them and figuring out their patterns. You also only have
to set up camp once. You can hunt until dark every night and come
back to a comfortable camp. The most important advantage is that
we can land there any day and pick up your moose or leave supplies.
This service is what we excel at.
The second type of hunt is a float hunt. This hunt starts at
one point on a river and ends at a designated point down river.
The advantage of a float is that you are able to hunt much more
territory. You will be covering between 60 and 120 miles of river.
This can be very rewarding but you must be able to stop and hunt
for a couple of days when you see good moose sign, not just float
all the time hoping to float up on a moose and kill it from the
The disadvantages of trying to float up on a moose is that you
must break camp before daylight every morning, float for a couple
of hours, set up camp during the day, break camp and float the last
two hours of daylight until you canít see to shoot and then set
up camp in the dark. This is an excellent way to hunt but it is
very strenuous and physically demanding. The stop and hunt a couple
of days method is less demanding. Also, on a float we are unable
to land and check on you or fly out a moose until you reach the
end of your hunt.
We also offer guided moose hunts out of comfortable tent camps
on the Innoko River. This area is known for producing some of the
biggest bulls in Alaska. We hunt remote areas along the Innoko and
use jet boats to get way back into remote, hard to get to areas.
These hunts are one on one, fully guided and outfitted. Wolves and
wolverines are available at no additional charge, and black and
brown bears can be taken for additional trophy fees.
We would be happy to discuss the pros and cons of all of our
hunt options with you and book whichever adventure you choose.