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Old May 6, 2012, 10:02 AM   #28
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Join Date: April 23, 2012
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I say yes. I think its a good idea for everyone's safety. At the minimal they should take a course for both hunting and fishing about the local laws and requirements.
Alaska economy depends on tourism heavily, sometimes I wish it didn't though. I cant tell you how frustrating it is for me when I go walk do to the Kenai River and see some tourist trashing the place. Last summer we were hunting, Walking through the woods and found 3 trash bags all torn apart that someone just left there. With multiple empty cigarette boxes stamped from Idaho. Man that made me mad
But there are some great tourist that do come here, I have met some great people. But the bad ones always stand out
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