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This is the fourth straight year that too few salmon were expected for there to be an allowable catch.
The Republican governor’s office announced that Doug Vincent-Lang would take the job.
The driver who hit the bear left the scene.
Once feared endangered, wolf numbers on fourth-largest U.S. island have rebounded.
Hunting on the Blackerby Ridge area closed Wednesday after one male goat was harvested. Local mountain goat populations are increasing, but still haven’t climbed back… Continue reading
The coho return to Juneau has been outstanding this year.
Silver fishing in certain areas is now twice as nice.
For the second time this summer, wolf snares set by a Juneau hunter killed a black bear.
This year’s pink salmon harvest has been dismal.
From Yakutat to Ketchikan, a new wildlife supervisor will direct hunting and wildlife conservation in Southeast. Ryan Scott, Alaska Department of Fish and Game Regional… Continue reading
A lot of questions remain for voters ahead of the Nov. 6 general election. None may be more pressing than what effect Ballot Measure 1,… Continue reading
Deer hunting season starts today, and biologists are projecting it to be another busy one. Ryan Scott, the regional supervisor for the Alaska Department of… Continue reading
One of the core constitutional duties of the Alaska Legislature is to manage our fish and game resources among many competing uses — subsistence and… Continue reading
Using an airplane to spot Dall sheep while hunting will stay illegal in the state for now. The Board of Game on Tuesday reaffirmed its… Continue reading