Huge Peninsula Moose - Alaska
Exclusive Guide Concession in the Katmai Preserve - Sugarloaf Area
This exclusive guide use area is located in the Preserves part of the Katmai National Park and Preserve called the Sugarloaf area, and consists of around 220 continuous square miles. The entire southern and eastern boundary of the Sugarloaf borders the Katmai National Park where no hunting is allowed.
The western boundary is the Alagnek River that harbors a large run of salmon into the various lakes and streams throughout the Sugarloaf. This outfitter was the first to commercially outfit and guide in this exclusive area in May of 2014, prior to that there had been no guided opportunity since 2007. The low hunting pressure in the Sugarloaf exclusive guide use area gives hunters a great chance at harvesting potential record book brown bears that travel into and out of the Katmai Park, where hunting is prohibited.
This is a 12 day hunt, with 10 full days of hunting, September 5th – 16th. On top of the large moose in our exclusive area, wolf and wolverine harvest are at no charge and the sport fishing is world class, containing large rainbow trout, arctic char, grayling and a variety of salmon.
Sept. 5 - 16
Alaska Peninsula Moose
We offer hunts for coastal Brown Bear, Alaska/Yukon Moose and Wolf on the South central portion of the Alaska Peninsula, situated in world famous Alaska Peninsula National Wildlife Refuge. This outfitter operates in a Federal Guide Use Area, under a U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Special Use Permit. Being a Federal Guide Area, he's the only one permitted to guide hunters in this location.
Alaska Peninsula National Wildlife Refuge (APNWR)
Alaska Peninsula NWR, which altogether encompasses 5,568 square miles, is some of the most pristine, remote, untouched wilderness in all of Alaska. It will certainly leave a lasting impression on you. Once you see the sheer expanse and vastness of this area, you will never forget it. Simply put, there is nowhere else like it.
This guide area, which consists of the upper King Salmon River, Mother Goose Lake and the waters which drain into it, and up to Chiginagak Volcano, is part of the Aleutian Range of mountains, and constitutes part of the Ring of Fire. From camp you can see Chiginagak Volcano a mere 7 miles away which rises out high above the surrounding mountains to 7,287 ft. This volcano is still active and can be seen venting steam daily. Hot springs can be found near its base. It is truly spectacular country!!!
Alaska Peninsula Moose 10 day 1x1 $18,500
*No charge for wolves harvested
Hunter is responsible for license and tag fees - $485.00 non resident.
Additional fees include $2,000 air charter fee.