Wrangell Sentinel -

By Dan Rudy 

Advisory committee to propose designated hunter cap


The Wrangell Advisory Committee (AC) to the Board of Game is currently working on a proposal that would tighten up the federal designated hunter program.

Meeting last Thursday, members read over a draft proposal to be submitted to the Federal Subsistence Management Program. The taking of fish and wildlife on public lands in the state for subsistence purposes is allowed under the Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act, adopted in 1980. Hunting and fishing on these lands are managed according to regulations set by the Federal Subsistence Board. Such use is open to all Alaskans reside...

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