If Representative David Talerico has his way HB 137 will require all resident Alaskans to pay $5 more for their sport fishing licenses this coming summer.
...House Resources committee during the hearing were in support of Ruffner's nomination.However one Soldotna man, Don Johnson, spoke out against Ruffner's nomination. Johnson, a sportfishing guide from Soldotna, sought to draw parallels...
Everyone seems to be upset about our Alaska Board of Fisheries lately but few understand how the board was created to function and how it is currently functioning. The board was created by intelligent and good Alaskans who simply believed that other intelligent and good Alaskans could be appointed to the Alaska Board of Fish by our elected representatives.
...recent letters to the editor printed in the Peninsula Clarion got my attention. On Wednesday, you printed a letter from Don Johnson critical of the Alaska Board of Fisheries, suggesting that recent appointees have not been "intelligent and good Alaskans...
Is anyone wondering what the State of Alaska is spending that $30 million dollars on that our legislature allocated to discover why our king salmon are disappearing? Most people haven't heard a peep as to where all that cash is going.
Most reasonable people can see that our Kenai River kings are in trouble but can they also see that we have many rivers around the state that have the same trouble? It is defective reasoning to conclude that Kenai River access is the sole cause of our statewide king salmon problems. This kind of defective reasoning usually results from individuals who are making money catching and selling things other than king salmon, mainly Pollock and sockeye.
...lot of happy people," he said. Don Johnson, of Johnson Brothers guide service...of the season while fishing with Don Johnson of Johnson Brothers Guide Service. Photo courtesy of Don Johnson Johnson said while he stayed busy...
Dear Alaska Board of Fisheries, It appears that we have very little information regarding where our Kenai River king salmon migrate to when leaving the river.
Some have asked why our ADF&G wishes to enforce a catch and release fishery on the Kenai River early run of king salmon. Some say it is because the fishery resource is troubled. The ADF&G claims that the 5 AAC 57.
Our ADF&G is going to be needing lots of emergency orders for the future as they have commercially wiped-out our marine prey for juvenal king salmon.
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