Moose in RDR 2 are majestic as they are rare animals making hunting them a challenging task. Fortunately though, killing virtual wildlife is a-okay especially when you are attempting to make a living in the Wild West.
Unlike other creatures, Moose in RDR 2 are classified as giants, massive and horned animals which you can find in water and on land. For the unversed, Moose can only be found in remote regions such as Lake Owanjila.
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In this guide, we will reveal that best hunting spots for you, so do not skip reading this guide and learn where to find Moose in Red Dead Redemption 2.
Red Dead Redemption 2 Moose Locations
There are two forms of Moose in Red Dead Redemption 2 once is the Western Bull Moose and the other is Western Moose (not counting, of course, the Legendary Moose). If you are thinking of spotting both male and female at the same place, so let me clear that’s not the case for Red Dead’s universe.
Where to find and hunt Moose in RDR2
You can check out the above map for the best locations to hunt moose in RDR 2 but we have also brought to you a list below with more specific areas for each type.
- Western Bull Moose — The best place to hunt for the Western Bull Moose is in the southeast of the region, located near to Aurora Basin and Tall Trees. It is to be noted that you can find Moose in RDR 2 at various places ranging from here to the Upper Montana River, most notably around the bend where it turns northward.
- Western Moose — Besides the above-mentioned regions, you are likely to find Western Moose in New Hanover along the meandering edges of the lower Dakota River; in the far north of Ambarino near to Cairn Lake in the west, and east of Calumet Ravine to the northeast; and finally in the northern end of the Kamassa River, close to Roanoke Valley and beyond Brandywine drop.
As we have mentioned above the Moose in Red Dead Redemption 2 are classified as giants and massive animal, if you are after a Perfect Pelt you are required to use either a Long Scope Rifle or a Bow with Improved Arrows when you make the kill.
Western Bull Moose is one of the most lucrative targets since you can harvest both their pelts and antlers. However, even standard Western Moose can provide high-quality pelts for crafting. Make sure to study your potential targets from afar to determine their pelt quality.