Aside from seeing “The Goonies” when it was still in theaters in Anchorage, I have pretty much no recollection of my family’s first trip to Alaska in 1985. But my dad caught a big king
Over a year’s worth of planning and preparation went into this Alaskan mountain goat hunt, including miles and miles of vertical hikes with a Stone Glacier backpack loaded down with sand and, in the final
The U.S. Interior Department on Sept. 6 canceled the remaining seven oil and gas leases in Alaska’s Arctic National Wildlife Refuge that were part of a sale held in the waning days of the Trump
Outdoor-related news stories from across the country published in the June 30, 2023 edition of Minnesota Outdoor News.
For many anglers, fishing in Alaska is a dream trip. But all too often, this bucket-list experience remains just a dream.
After spending a few summers working in Alaska, I’ve seen The Last Frontier as
Juneau, Alaska — Bear hunters in Alaska would no longer be allowed to use bait, such as pastries, dog food, or bacon grease under a rule proposed Jan. 6 by the National Park Service that
“Bull-to-cow ratio has been declining for the last several years and is likely due to the harvest rate that is too high for this population. Reducing the season length will help the ratio recover.”
JUNEAU, Alaska — The Alaska Division of Elections says an initiative aimed at protecting salmon habitat has cleared a significant hurdle on its track to making a November state election ballot. The Juneau Empire reports
KENAI, Alaska — More people worked in commercial salmon fishing in south-central Alaska in 2016 than in 2015, according to a state report. Commercial fishing employment is fickle and hard to predict, but early indicators