These four ladies gave up the warmth of Boston for a cool (literally and figuratively) trip to Alaska. Here is their story: Looking for more stories like this one? Subscribe to Alaska Sporting Journal and get 12 full-color issues for just $19.95.
The Cowboy Mounted Shooting TM Association (CMSA) is one of the fastest growing equestrian sports organizations in the nation. Mounted contestants compete in this fast-action timed event using two .45 caliber single-action revolvers each loaded with five rounds of specially prepared blank ammunition. The family-friendly CMSA offers multiple levels of competition for men, women and children, from the novice to the seasoned professional. Organized … Read more Firearms Industry Showcase: Cowboy Mounted Shooting TM Association (CMSA)
I always enjoy reading stories like this when folks are able to do something special like these three buddies who stumbled on an Alaska guide at an outdoors show in upstate New York. And that eventually leads them to a trip of a lifetime, catching big kings and swapping stories in camp. Enjoy. Looking for … Read more Fun story on Alaska adventure
Just how important is Alaska’s seafood industry to the state? Check out this story. Some highlights: A report released Aug. 28 by the Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute, and prepared by the McDowell Group, Inc., really gets to the bottom line on “The Economic Value of the Alaska Seafood Industry” with some surprising facts based on … Read more Staggering numbers on Alaskan seafood industry
Two Mat-Su Valley hunters were rescued after their boat capsized near Talkeetna. Subscribe to Alaska Sporting Journal today and get $10 off a one-year subscription as we go to monthly publication.
Here is a statement and a press release from Director Tim Bristol of Trout Unlimited’s Alaska Program regarding today’s breaking news on the Pebble Mine project. One of the mining partners on the project, Anglo American, has decided to back off its partnership with Northern Dynasty Minerals on the controversial plan to mine the Bristol … Read more More on Pebble Mine news
Big news out of London. Anglo American mining company has backed out of its agreement with the Pebble Mine project. The British company agreed to pay a $300 million “impairment charge” with its partner in the project, North American mining company Northern Dynasty Minerals. The joint operation was supposed to share the costs for the … Read more Mining giant pulls out of Pebble Mine Project