ADFG Proposing Saltwater Sportfishing Logbook Regulation Changes

The following is courtesy of the Alaska Department of Fish and Game: The Alaska Department of Fish and Game is proposing to change 5 AAC 75.076(a) to update the year referencing Saltwater Charter Logbook and Vessel Registration forms and the Freshwater Sport Fish Guide Vessel Registration forms, adopted by reference from 2020 to 2021. The … Read more ADFG Proposing Saltwater Sportfishing Logbook Regulation Changes

UTBB Endorsing Election Candidates Who They Hope Will Protect Alaska Salmon

The following is courtesy of United Tribes of Bristol Bay: DILLINGHAM, AK – The United Tribes of Bristol Bay is dedicated to protecting the Region’s traditional way of life. These values mean UTBB seeks to support those who share those values. As a result, UTBB is endorsing candidates this year who will protect Bristol Bay’s … Read more UTBB Endorsing Election Candidates Who They Hope Will Protect Alaska Salmon

Alaska Celebrates Wildlife Refuge Week

The following is courtesy of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Alaska: National wildlife refuges make up the largest network of public lands in the world dedicated to the conservation of fish, wildlife and their habitats. Refuges inspire, empower and enable wildlife, people and communities to thrive. National Wildlife Refuge Week, observed the second full week of October … Read more Alaska Celebrates Wildlife Refuge Week

Discovery Channel’s Look At Mount Everest Mystery; Did They Make It In 1924?

In 1953, New Zealander Edmund Hillary – he’d soon be known as Sir Edmund Hillary for the rest of his life – and Sherpa mountaineer Tenzing Norgay successfully reached the summit of the world’s highest peak, Nepal/China’s Mount Everest, and lived to tell their tale when they successfully made the just as dangerous descent from … Read more Discovery Channel’s Look At Mount Everest Mystery; Did They Make It In 1924?

Invasive Northern Pike Eradication Begins At Kenai’s Kings And Anderson Lakes

The following is courtesy of the Alaska Department of Fish and Game: (Palmer) – The Alaska Department of Fish and Game (ADF&G), Division of Sport Fish will be using a fish pesticide called rotenone during the week of October 12, 2020, in Kings and Anderson lakes to remove invasive northern pike. Northern pike are not native … Read more Invasive Northern Pike Eradication Begins At Kenai’s Kings And Anderson Lakes

Bruin Named 747 Takes Flight To Win Fat Bear Tournament

The following is courtesy of Katmai National Park and the Katmai Conservancy: King Salmon, AK – Katmai National Park and Preserve, With sizes rivaling buildings, freight trains, and airplanes, these super-fat-bears will soon be turning in their proverbial capes. Their nemesis winter continues its inevitable march and though these bears have courageously consumed copious quantities … Read more Bruin Named 747 Takes Flight To Win Fat Bear Tournament

TRCP Wants Tongass National Forest Protection

The following is courtesy of the Teddy Roosevelt Conservation Project: Today the U.S. Forest Service moved one step closer to eliminating conservation safeguards in the Tongass National Forest, despite strong objections from many Alaskans and sportsmen and sportswomen across the nation. For two decades, the 2001 Roadless Area Conservation Rule has successfully conserved vital wildlife … Read more TRCP Wants Tongass National Forest Protection