Skip to main content

3 Tips for Moose Hunting

Learn three moose hunting tips from big game hunter "Killer Keith" McDonald in this Howcast hunting video.


Hello I am Keith McDonald, nick name Killer Keith and hunting my whole life, 45-50 years, deer hunting, bear hunting, moose hunting, turkey hunting, you name it, I have hunted it. I am a licensed Maine guide. I've hunted in Alaska. I've hunted in Canada. I've hunted in Newfoundland. I've been everywhere, everywhere I've hunted. I'll give you three good tips. Pick the right zone, that's number one. Gotta be where there's a lot of moose. That's the most important. Two, pick the September season. Now they're susceptible to call or you can bring them to you and make it a little more easier. And three, hire a bush plane. Fly a bush plane the day before your hunt at daylight. And then it might cost you two, three hundred dollars, somewhere in there. But you'll take a GPS up with you, fly a bush plane treetop level and look down in there and you find, you can probably find, if you're in the right zone, you can find three, four, five good bull moose somewhere in that zone. And have them all locked in on your GPS. And what I tend to do is I won't lock in a moose if it's a bull all by himself trotting across an old cotton somewhere and he's looking like he's got a place tonight where he's going. He won't be there tomorrow. But if there's a few moose in the area and a couple of cows around, with two or three bulls around, that's where I want to be, because they'll be there the next day. So bush plane, the right time to hunt, and the right area. Those are the three biggies.

Popular Categories