Fishing was in the news this week (on the Kenai Peninsula, there aren't too many weeks when fishing isn't in the news) but with the start of salmon fishing approaching, now would be an ideal time for Kenai Peninsula stakeholders to sit down together and discuss the upcoming season.
Editor's note: This is the second part in a three-part series leading up to the Alaska Board of Fisheries meeting on Upper Cook Inlet finfish issues Sunday. The purpose of the series is to examine the three distinct user groups, the people that constitute them, and what issues matter to them the most.
Guys, say goodbye to the days of solitary hunting trips and male-bonding time at the shooting range. Women on Target, a hands-on training clinic geared toward making females more comfortable around firearms, has your daughters, sisters, wives, and girlfriends prepared to follow you out there and hold their own.
...ground." I couldn't agree more. I think Mr. Rossi hit the nail on the head. It's all about the moose ...Bob Ermold is a Sterling resident and current vice-chairman of the Kenai/Soldotna Fish and Game Advisory Committee.
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