Moose Hunts

(Alces Alces-Latin Name) –  Alaska-Yukon Moose is the largest of the moose family, weighing in at close to 1400 pounds and over 7 feet tall at the shoulders.   The Cordova, Alaska area has been known for over 30 years as one of the top places in the world for record class Moose, with some of the top SCI record class Moose coming from this area.  Over the past 30 years, we have placed in the top three 26 times in Alaska’s APHA/SCI awards program. Here at the TSIU Lodge we strive in taking 60 inches or better with our largest reaching 80 inches. If someone were to ask me, what the chances are of achieving a trophy class moose, I would say, yes the genetics are there.  Remember, one of my goals as your professional hunter, is for you to achieve your trophy of course.  But the most important goal for me as your professional hunter, is to conduct a safe, enjoyable, most of all, memorable safari adventure.

All Moose hunts are conducted 1X1(one guide, one client) to ensure your ultimate success.  Depending on where you are hunt in the Cordova area, both client and guide are transported by the use of small aircraft the day before your hunt begins.  Each Moose spike camp are portable and removable to assure the best possible area to hunt.  Each spike camp tent are 8’X8’ or larger and are equipped with cots and heaters for your comfort.  Moose country is very flat in this area, can be dry, but normally wet and boggy area where they live.  Once your trophy is taken, it is then tagged, caped, quartered and packed out to the extraction point.  You are welcome to take your Moose meat back with you, and I can direct you to a local butcher in Cordova, that can process the meat for you.  If you choose not to take your Moose meat back with you, the meat will be donated to a local elders or local charity in Cordova, never wasted.  Once Moose rack and cape are back at the lodge, caped is fleshed, ears, lips, nose and bell is turned and then salted.  Trophies are normally shipped from lodge to my expeditor in Anchorage, at the end of October.