Rod- Arno- Public Policy Director The current land grab in Alaska is a matter of "who" gets to manage and more importantly, allocate fish and game on federal lands/waters in Alaska, just over 60% … [Read more...] about Land grab in Alaska Again?
Rod Arno -Public Policy Director -Alaska Outdoor Council A bunch of Alaska is open to over 200 proposals this winter to change currenthunting/trapping regulations north of the Alaska Range, … [Read more...] about Winter 2024 Alaska Board of Game meetings
Hatcheries have long produced salmonids for fisheries and mitigation, though theirwidespread use is increasingly controversial because of potential impacts to wildsalmonids. We conducted a global … [Read more...] about Research Shows 83% of Studies on Fish hatcheries determine adverse side effects!
PRESS RELEASE From diatoms to killer whales: impacts of pink salmon on North Pacific ecosystems Gregory T. Ruggerone1*, Alan M. Springer2, Gus B. van Vliet3, Brendan Connors4, James R. Irvine5, … [Read more...] about Impacts of pink salmon on North Pacific ecosystems
Between my column last Friday mentioning, what should have been a peak week of coho salmon sport fishing opportunities, and when this column will appear in print on Friday August 18, 2023 shortages of … [Read more...] about “Management Train wrecks” at Two of Mat-Su’s Largest Coho Salmon Sport Fisheries
Commercial trawl bycatch is decimating Alaska's king salmon and halibut. “In a state where I can go to jail for not taking enough meat off the ribs of a moose I hunt, or I can receive a … [Read more...] about Bycatch Is Killing Legendary Alaskan Fishing