THE FOLLOWING IS A PRESS RELEASE Northwest boat dealers showcase the latest boat lines and models at the Puget Sound Boat Show, March 17-20 at the Tacoma Dome. With more than two-dozen area dealers offering great values on both 2016 and closeout models, the event is the go-to destination for Puget Sound area … Read more Puget Sound Boat Show Coming Soon
From our friend Mark Titus, director of The Breach film that we featured last year in ASJ. A Tale of Two Toms Two of America’s most vibrant and dynamic chefs are stepping up to help save Bristol Bay’s storied wild salmon runs. Tom Douglas – (aka Tom D – or West Coast Tom if you … Read more Chefs Teaming Up To Protect Wild Salmon
Here’s some info on the Alaska chapter of Safari Club International banquet in Anchorage, and the feature that is running in the February issue of Alaska Sporting Journal. Come on out and join us on February 26th and 27th for the 40th annual Alaska Chapter of Safari Club Internationals Hunting Expo and Sportsman’s Banquet. … Read more Safari Club Alaska Banquet Coming Soon
The following appears in the February issue of Alaska Sporting Journal: BY CHRIS COCOLES TV filmmaker Graham Morton is reeling up something big from deep below the surface off Sitka. He and his guide, Capt. Klinton Chambers, share theories about what exactly is on the other end of the line. … Read more From Florida To Alaska
Our friends at the Discovery Channel and Gold Rush provided this report on star Parker Schnabel’s grandfather, John, who turns 96 years young today! Happy birthday, John! As anyone who watches Discovery Channel’s mega-hit series GOLD RUSH knows, John Schnabel has been a guiding force to his grandson Parker. Born in 1920, … Read more Gold Rush’s “Grandpa” Turns 96 Today!
If you’re a dog lover like me, read this report at length at your own peril, because it’s sort of sad but important. At least take a look at this sample: Should killing a police dog be punished more severely than killing another animal? There’s a movement underway by animal welfare advocates to increase the … Read more K9 Police Deaths Are Increasing, Unfortunately
The Economist published this report trying to explain why seabirds – common murres – are turning up dead on the shores of Alaskan waters. The likely cause is warmer ocean waters. Temperatures in the North Pacific have been three to seven degrees Fahrenheit higher than average for the last two years. The “warm blob”, as … Read more Why Are Seabirds Turning Up Dead In Alaska?
The Alaska Native News has soms details on new appointments for the Alska Board of Fish and Game: Governor Bill Walker announced his most recent appointments to the Boards of Fish and Game today. Alan Cain, Israel Payton, and Robert Ruffner will join the Alaska Board of Fisheries, which sets regulations and policy related to … Read more New Appointee For Board Of Fish