Predator Hunting Proposals Create Tension

(Alex Vanderstuyf/NPS) Our correspondent and longtime Alaskan hunter, Steve Meyer, will weigh in on controversial proposed changes to predator hunting in Alaska’s National Park Service preserves in the December issue of Alaska Sporting Journal. And there are plenty of narratives being written about the subject. From the Fairbanks News-Miner: A rules change up for public comment Thursday night in Fairbanks … Read more Predator Hunting Proposals Create Tension

NEW YORK’S SALMON RIVER OFFERS ‘A PLACE FOR EVERY FISHING TASTE

THE FOLLOWING IS A PRESS RELEASE FROM OSWEGO COUNTY TOURISM When it comes to world-class fisheries, you’d be hard pressed to find one that isn’t chopped up into special-interest sections. Oswego County’s Salmon River is a pioneer in this process, offering a place for every fishing taste. Its most famous section is at its headwaters … Read more NEW YORK’S SALMON RIVER OFFERS ‘A PLACE FOR EVERY FISHING TASTE

Boulder Boat Works and Scientific Anglers News

Boulder Boat Works – Fall 2014 Newsletter By Steven R. Ehredt, BBW Sales & Angling Research Behind the Scenes Photo Shoot with Boulder Boat Works and Scientific Anglers In mid-September, we were honored to be invited to provide boats and oarsmen for a photo shoot with the marketing department from Scientific Anglers. Photographer extraordinaire, Tim Romano called the … Read more Boulder Boat Works and Scientific Anglers News

ASJ Correspondent Haugen Joins Alaska Outdoors Television

  Alaska Sporting Journal contributor Scott Haugen, who teams with his wife, Tiffany, for their monthly “From Field to Fire” column, will appear on the Outdoor Channel network as a host. Here’s the release: Anchorage, Alaska – 59th Parallel Productions Inc., a television entertainment company, announced today the addition of Scott Haugen as host to … Read more ASJ Correspondent Haugen Joins Alaska Outdoors Television