Dave Workman, who’s a regular contributing columnist to our magazines, weighs in on how the federal government shutdown could affect hunters in several states, including Alaska. Thanks to a tip from our Western Shooting editor, Rachel Alexander, I wanted to share this link with you even though it’s not a 100 percent Alaska-impacting story. There’s … Read more Gun-Toting Hunters Headed Onto Federal Lands
A big assist to my executive editor, Andy Walgamott, for compiling this report by Eric Spiegel of his trip way north to an area north of the Arctic Circle. By Andy Walgamott, on October 3rd, 2013 by Eric Spiegel Just got back from our first float hunt which was down the XXXX river in Alaska, … Read more Float-hunting North Of The Arctic Circle For Moose
Some great pictures from the Omaha World-Herald’s foodie reporter on a fishing trip to Alaska and how to cook up what you bring home. Subscribe to Alaska Sporting Journal and dream about your own adventure in Alaska. Subscribe today and get a full year of ASJ at just $19.95. We are now a monthly publication. Click … Read more Catching (and then eating) Alaskan fish
By Chris Cocoles on Oct. 2, 2013 It’s now day two of the shutting down of the federal government here in the good ole U.S.A. And I don’t know what to make of this mess right now, and frankly, you probably wouldn’t care what I think anyway! And I’m too embarrassed to even want to … Read more Government shutdown affects Alaska outdoors agencies
Jamal Moss wants to do an in-depth study of the Gulf of Alaska’s fisheries. Here is a report on Moss’ quest. From the story: One of the goals of the project is to gather information so that fisheries managers can “begin to ask the right questions for what it is we’re seeking to monitor,” Moss … Read more Getting scientific in Alaska
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)
Flying to 18 different communities daily takes commitment, and that’s what we have at ACE Air Cargo. We started out as an all-cargo airline and have been crisscrossing Alaska since 1996, delivering your mail and freight from Ketchikan to St. Paul Island to Bethel. People have come to rely upon ACE Air and ACE Air … Read more ACE Air and ACE Air Cargo news