The Innoko Wildlife refuge is divided into 3 exclusive guide-use areas. We now have all three of these areas, making us the only guide on the entire refuge which is 3,850,000 acres or approx. 6000 square miles. This is the first time since the refuge was established that one guide has had the entire refuge. This area has some of the best moose hunting country that Alaska has to offer. This country is extremely remote and we are very fortunate to have an exclusive in this area.
This hunt is done out of comfortable tent base camps with plywood floors and spike camps used to get into remote areas. This hunt is fully guided and outfitted with a full kitchen and cook at our base camps. Once in camp, hunting will be done from boats with either a prop or jet engine making it possible to cover many miles a day in search of that trophy bull. Most hunting will be done close to the river with minimal walking.
Another advantage you will have hunting with Alaska Guide & Outfitting Service, LLC is the fact we own our own airplanes and don’t have to rely on someone else to fly you in and out of the bush.
The moose season is 21 days long so we divide the season into two ten-day hunts. Sept. 4-15 and Sept. 15-26. We only take 4 to 6 hunters each hunt, between our 2 guide camps, optimizing your chances for success. There are also grizzly, black bear, wolf, and wolverine in the area that can be taken at no additional charge (tags must be purchased before the hunt.)
We are now offering a guided remote float hunt on one of our best float hunt rivers. This river has been extremely successful for our self-guided hunters. This should be the most successful guided hunt we have ever done. This hunt will only be done on a 1x1 basis. You will float the river with just you and your guide. This hunt is for the hardy hunter that wants to harvest a trophy moose but does not require the luxury of our fixed guide camp hunt. You will be staying in a small tent on sleeping pads with no cots or frills since the camp must be moved every couple days as you float down the river. Meals will be mostly freeze dried and you will have to pitch in and help the guide set up camp and help with chores. This extra effort and less comfortable conditions will be rewarded with unbelievable hunting. This hunt will be done during the middle of the season which tends to be the best time. Our guides usually do an early and a late hunt because we do this hunt in the middle of the season your guide will only be doing one hunt which makes it a very expensive hunt for us to do but worth every penny it costs.