ADFG Announces Southeast Alaska Chinook All-Gear Catch Limits

The folllowing is courtesy of the Alaska Department of Fish and Game: Under provisions of the Pacific Salmon Treaty (PST), the Alaska Department of Fish and Game (ADF&G) announced today that the preseason Chinook salmon PST all-gear catch limit for Southeast Alaska (SEAK) is 205,165 fish in 2020. However, the ADF&G target will be 201,100 … Read more ADFG Announces Southeast Alaska Chinook All-Gear Catch Limits

Pebble Mine Environmental Impact Statement Sent To Agencies, Tribal Leaders

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has completed its initial final Environmental Impact Statement for the proposed Pebble Mine but only released it to local agencies and tribal authorities. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers released its preliminary final Environmental Impact Statement to cooperating agencies and stakeholders in the Bristol Bay region, many of whom … Read more Pebble Mine Environmental Impact Statement Sent To Agencies, Tribal Leaders

Southeast Alaska King Salmon Regulations For 2020

The following reports are courtesy of the Alaska Department of Fish and Game: Sport Fishing Regulations For King Salmon In Southeast Alaska And The Juneau Area For 2020 The Alaska Department of Fish and Game announced today the 2020 region wide sport fishing regulations for king salmon in Southeast Alaska and the modifications for the … Read more Southeast Alaska King Salmon Regulations For 2020

Poll Suggests Alaskans Want Protection For Tongass

The following is courtesy of Citizens for the Republic: Alexandria, VA– Prominent conservative polling firm Baselice & Associates, Inc., which has previously polled for the Trump/Pence campaign, conducted a new survey of voters in the state of Alaska, regarding the proposed lifting of the Roadless Rule throughout the currently protected Tongass National Forest. The poll was commissioned … Read more Poll Suggests Alaskans Want Protection For Tongass

Places and Dates Announced For The Wild Screenings

The following is courtesy of Mark Titus, director of the documentary films The Wild and its predecessor, The Breach.  Here We Go… There are a thousand things to tell you, but I’m going to keep this short and sweet as we head into the new week and inch ever closer to the beckoning Road. So here goes… The … Read more Places and Dates Announced For The Wild Screenings

Upcoming Winter Fishing Events In Alaska

The following is courtesy of the Alaska Department of Fish and Game: Get Out and Fish! – Jewel Lake Jamboree on February 8 (Anchorage) – Anglers of all skill levels are encouraged to join the Alaska Department of Fish and Game (ADF&G), The Bait Shack, and the Alaska Sport Fishing Association from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 … Read more Upcoming Winter Fishing Events In Alaska

Forest Service Purchaes 23,000 Wilderness Acres

 The following press release is courtesy of the U.S. Forest Service, Alaska: JUNEAU, Alaska, January 29, 2020—The USDA Forest Service finalized the final phase of a purchase of nearly 23,000 acres of land on Admiralty Island from Shee Atiká, Incorporated. For each of the last four years, Congress has appropriated funds through the Land and … Read more Forest Service Purchaes 23,000 Wilderness Acres