Angry Deer Attacks Driver after being struck by vehicle

Deer oh deer, looks like Bambi has a temper. After accidentally hitting a deer with her car, Ellen Sager got a taste of this buck’s own road rage. The deer managed to fling the driver’s side door wide open and attacked Sager with its hooves. Ellen managed to get away with a minor knee injury, … Read more Angry Deer Attacks Driver after being struck by vehicle

Two Deer with One Shot

Though it’s titled “Two deer with one shot”, armchair analysts seem to be feeling anything but awe about this father-son pair’s take. Accusations have ranged from there being multiple shots (which seems to be implied in the video), to a ‘childish’ countdown and poor shooting practice in general, some suggested that their choices in deer … Read more Two Deer with One Shot

Nelchina Caribou Season Extended In GMU 13

The following press release is courtesy of the Alaska Department of Fish and Game:  September hunting seasons for Nelchina caribou in Game Management Unit 13 have been extended by emergency order. Scheduled by regulation to end September 20, the early fall season for caribou hunts RC566, CC001, and DC485 will now remain open through September … Read more Nelchina Caribou Season Extended In GMU 13

Big Game? Don’t Forget Big Grayling

  The following appears in the September issue of Alaska Sporting Journal: BY DENNIS MUSGRAVES  Outdoor adventures in Alaska’s Interior region usually rotate towards shooting sports in fall. And it makes sense, given that big game animals are the preferred choice for many; moose, caribou and bear hunting take priority when birch leaves turn yellowish-orange … Read more Big Game? Don’t Forget Big Grayling

Petersburg Mayor Pens Excellent AntiMining Column

  Petersburg mayor Mark Jensen penned an excellent column  in the Juneau Empire about the negative and possibly tragic impact that Canadian mining companies can have around Southeast Alaska. Here’s a sample of what Jensen wrote: Alaskans are being asked to essentially bear all the risks and none of the economic benefits for nearly a dozen … Read more Petersburg Mayor Pens Excellent AntiMining Column